Mónika Alíz MÉSZÁROS is an official evaluator of H2020 SME instrument, Founder, Owner and Managing Director of Intellexi Ltd, as well as Vice President for company relations at AGRO ICT Cluster in Budapest, Hungary.
INNOVATION MANAGEMENT, BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT, STARTUP AND SME SUPPORT AND MENTORING ON INTERNATIONAL LEVEL
Intellexi Ltd. is a private Hungarian SME established in 2014 and providing a wide range of services such as innovation management, business development, entrepreneurship support and mentoring on an international level. Our key areas of expertise include bioeconomy, eco-innovation, security and defence, (agro-)ICT, tourism, as well as women entrepreneurs, among others. Through our training, incubating and consulting services we are committed to turning innovative and sustainable ideas into business reality. As a full-scale innovation management company, we contribute to the internationalisation of promising R&D developments.
Intellexi is the only profit-oriented member representing Hungary in the largest European Business and Innovation Centres Network (EBN) founded by the European Commission. Additional strategic partners we work with include government and academic institutions, start-ups, SMEs and NGOs. Thanks to its extensive network of Hungarian and international contacts, Intellexi is a perfectly positioned gateway to dedicated funds, investors and cutting-edge know-how.
The owner and managing director of Intellexi Ltd., Mónika Alíz MÉSZÁROS, holds almost 20 years of experience as manager, mentor, (lead) beneficiary and subcontractor in the preparation, implementation and follow-up of various international funding projects in the framework of H2020 – the EU Research and Innovation programme with the highest amount of available funding -, COSME – Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs, EIT Climate-KIC – Europe’s leading climate innovation initiative, CIP Eco Innovation, Danube Transnational Programme – South-East Europe Programme, Interreg-IPA CBC Hungary-Serbia, Interreg V-A Slovakia-Hungary Cooperation Programme and EuropeAID, to name a few. Mónika has been involved in international projects totalling more than EUR 100 million during the approximately two decades.
She has joined the Special Interest Groups ’Eco-Innovation’ and ’Internationalisation Pilot’ and has been appointed by the European Commission as the official and contracted evaluator for the Horizon 2020’s single SME instrument calls since the beginning of 2015 and for the INTERREG Central European projects.
In the framework of the H2020 programmes, Mónika provides tailored consultancy, coaching and mentoring for SMEs, with special emphasis on start-ups(projects: CommBeBiz, Vizzata, NearUS, fet2rin, SmartEEs and ACTTIVAte).
For 3 years she has been presenting on the UN’s Commission on the Status of Women annual conferences and has been organising and implementing related side events in New York, USA.
She has also been presenting at the annual conference of WUSME (World Union of Small and Medium Sized Enterprises).