European Commission

European Commission

The assistance that is provided through eafip consists of support by innovation procurement experts in the preparation and implementation of a PCP or PCP procurement. For this purpose the eafip initiative established an international network which consists of procurement experts in each EU member state.

The eafip network of lawyers brings together some of the most renowned innovation procurement professionals in Europe to fulfill the eafip objectives. In addition, the eafip is supported by our partners and experts in other fields. Click here for more information about the eafip team.

Georg Zellhofer
Austria
Marc Martens
Belgium
Steven van Garsse
Belgium
Alexander Verschave
Belgium
Dimitar Zwiatkow
Bulgaria
Maria Niniatsoudi

Cyprus & Greece

Nayia Antoniou

Cyprus & Greece

Hvroje Bardek
Croatia
Marija Mušec
Croatia
Petr Kadlec
Czech Republic
Josef Hlavicka
Czech Republic
Jesper Fabricius
Denmark
Per Tolstrup
Denmark
Peter Dann Jorgensen
Denmark
Priit Lätt
Estonia
Katia Duncker
Finland
Sophie Pignon
France
Boris Martor
France
Jean-Michel Communier
France
Alexander Csaki
Germany
Martin Conrads
Germany
Antonios Saoulidis
Greece
Maria Niniatsoudi

Greece

Nayia Antoniou
Greece
Katerina Nikolaidou
Greece
Zoltan Tarjan
Hungary
Anna-Marie Curran
Ireland
Stuart Cairns
Ireland
Simone Cadeduu
Italy
Sandija Novicka
Latvia
Deividas Soloveičikas
Lithuania
Marc Martens
Luxembourg
Clement Mifsud Bonnici
Malta
Antoine Cremona
Malta
Stephan Corvers
Netherlands
Tomasz Zalewski
Poland
Oana Voda
Romania
Ales Lunder
Slovenia
Pedro Bueso
Spain
Carmen de Guerrero
Spain
Victor Horcajuelo
Spain
Bird & Bird
Sweden
Roger Bickerstaff
United Kingdom

The European Assistance for Innovation Procurement (eafip) is a EU-funded initiative; it is not a public body and cannot confer or grant any attribution to any natural or legal persons, either by default or upon their specific request. The eafip legal network aims to support the initiative in providing local legal assistance to selected public procurers upon their request, without prejudice to the possibility of these public procurers or of any third parties to select their legal support outside the eafip initiative.

A new initiative launched by European Commission and implemented by Corvers - Commercial & Legal Affairs