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Laura Vivani
Laura VivaniManaging Director and Senior advisor

Moverim founder (2001), Laura has worked intensively for nearly 20 years on EU financial programmes, in particular EU Framework Programmes for research and innovation. Lecturer on European affairs for DG COMM since 2002 , she conceives and organizes trainings on management and implementation of EU contracts, EU policies, functioning and strategies. Economist with a Master in Science Communication, Laura is heavily involved in project design phases, negotiation, implementation, dissemination and communications activities. She speaks Italian, French, English and Spanish.

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Silvia Anastasia
Silvia AnastasiaEU Project Consultant and advisor

Master Degree in EU politics (2006) and currently following the Master of Science in Management at VUB. She is working in the field of EU R&I projects since 2007 gained relevant experience in EU project management and coordination of EU partnerships and networks. Silvia is also very skilled in financial administration of EU FP7 projects. She worked previously for SISSA and had an experience at European Commission. Silvia speaks Italian, English and French.

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Isabel Mendoza Poudereux
Isabel Mendoza PoudereuxJunior assistant

PhD graduate in Biotechnology (2013) and Master Degree in Innovation Management (2015), from 2005 to 2015 she worked at the University of Valencia in the Plant Science Department on various national and international funded projects. Her tasks in Moverim are related with Horizon 2020 Emphasis project, including managing the Social Media profiles and following relevant agricultural and plant sciences EU events. She is fluent in Spanish, English and German.

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Lucrezia Quarato
Lucrezia QuaratoJunior assistant

Lucrezia graduated from a Master’s Degree in International Relations and Diplomatic Affairs at University of Bologna, curriculum European Studies. From 2012 to 2014 she worked for the Europe Direct in Forlì as teaching Professional for EU Special Educational Program before specializing in European project planning and management.
Her tasks at Moverim are editing the weekly newsletter and preparing and revising specific reports. Furthermore she assists the staff team at administrative level and is focused on the active participation to the different info days and conferences of the EU.

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Moverim is the ideal partner in Brussels for all customers interested to improve their knowledge and competences in the European projects. Specialized in Research and Community Technology Innovation field; Moverim support Universities, Research Corporation, private and public customers in the conception, planning and realization of projects. Moverim born in London in 1987 and work in Brussels since 1991, where it became ten years later a Belgian corporation Sprl. Based in the very heart of the EU decision-making process, Moverim is a platform providing information-monitoring, communication and dissemination services to improve the knowledge on EU policies and programmes related to Research and Innovation.
Our official working languages are Italian, English and French.

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Square Ambiorix, 32 B.te 43
B1000 – Bruxelles
Tel: 0032 (0) 2 230 45 05

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