A.D. is the founder of the B2EU Consulting. He is in charge of all operations and management. A.D. is a former diplomat with equally extensive experience in the private sector. He has been working with the European Union his entire career. In his previous experience he worked in public affairs, EU Funding, EU contracts and Business Development. A.D. fluently speaks English, French, Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian and Dutch.
Aleksandar is an Attorney at Law and member of the Croatian Bar Association. Through his work in banks, he gained considerable experience in the private sector with companies of different profiles and industries in Austria, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Serbia. As a Croatian and Austrian lawyer, he successfully advises clients in commercial, civil, administrative law and represents them in front of courts. Aleksandar speaks fluently Croatian, German and English.
Eleftheria has a degree in International and European Studies from the University of Macedonia and an LL.M. in Public International Law from the University of Nottingham. She previously worked at the European Court of Auditors and the U.S. Consulate General in Thessaloniki. Eleftheria is fluent in Greek, English, Spanish and French. As an Associate in B2EU, her focus areas are EU policy, EU funding, public and government affairs and B2G.
Niccolo has a background in Politics and Economics, and International Relations. As a member of the B2EU team in Brussels, he assists our clients with B2G and funding strategies. Previously, Niccolo was consulting companies on business development and communication. Niccolo also works with clients on EU funding and business development in the EMEA region. He is fluent in Italian, English and French, but also has working knowledge of Spanish and Russian.
András holds a law degree from the Budapest-based Eotvos Lorand University, specialized in international law and EU law. As a Junior Associate at B2EU Consulting, he consults clients on EU policy, EU funding, public and government affairs and B2G in the EMEA region. Having worked in the civil sector and international development for five years in Hungary and Malta, he brings a unique perspective to B2EU. András is fluent in Hungarian and English
Gautier is a qualified lawyer, member of the Brussels Bar Association. He assists companies on issues related to corporate law, commercial law, and international trade. Gautier regularly advises clients on new laws and regulations and has broad expertise on effective dispute resolution. He graduated from the University of Liège (Belgium) and holds an LL.M. from the University of London (Queen Mary & University College) in International Business Law.
Adi provides consultancy services regarding international (business) development in terms of strategy, country risk analysis, KYC/CDD, marketing and public relations. He is in charge of the operations in the Netherlands. Adi holds a degree in International Relations and attended the Berlin and Ankara Diplomatic Academies, followed by 10+ years experience in International Relations and Diplomacy at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in BiH and the United Nations Security Council. He served as the Mission’s Spokesperson during the BiH Presidency of the UNSC and was responsible of African issues (Horn of Africa, West Africa, Western Sahara, and related UNSC Sanctions Committees), as well as BiH and Kosovo at the UN Security Council. He is fluent in English, Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian, Turkish and has a basic knowledge of Dutch.
Marc is in charge of our operations in France. He is an expert in EU Funds, mostly in European Structural and Investment Funds and Horizon 2020. Marc is very experienced in preparation of proposals and is assisting our clients in every step of the project, from a draft to a submission. He is fluent in French and English.
Milica's areas of expertise are issues of reform of higher education within the European Higher Education Area/Bologna Process, with a focus on quality assurance, recognition of degrees, access to education, governance, academic freedom and institutional autonomy. Milica has experience in education in emergencies and post-conflict regions, education for democratic culture and intercultural dialogue, and access to education. She has large international experience, including the Western Balkans and the MENA region. She worked within Education International and was also previously active in the European Students’ Union. Milica has also worked within international development projects, on the issues of judiciary and public administration reform (UNDP, ABA/CEELI).