For over 25 years Hezelburcht is providing comprehensive grant support to assist our clients in achieving their innovative, sustainable and societal ambitions. Our knowledge of grants, including regional, international and European programmes, as well as our experience in both the public and private sectors enable us to offer a full spectrum of services related to grants and other financial instruments. Hezelburcht has become one of the largest support services provider in the field of grant consultancy and grant management in the Netherlands. With over 175 professionals within the Hezelburcht Group we work daily on our clients’ most groundbreaking projects and make a difference.
Realising ambitions – that is our main goal
Hezelburcht employs highly qualified ambitious and entrepreneurial consultants in the fields relevant to our clients. Our specialists speak the clients’ language and their backgrounds match the clients’ sectors and areas of expertise. Therefore, they not only have solid scientific/technical backgrounds, but also extensive, practical, sector-specific experience.
Our specialists work in, but not limited to, the following sectors: Life Sciences, Health & Food, High Tech Systems & Materials, Chemistry, Energy & Sustainability, Transport and ICT. By way of continued and extensive discussions with funding agencies and by building bridges between grant providers and beneficiaries, we increase the success rate of projects and reduce project risks.
Our headquarters are based in Nijmegen and work closely with the offices in Brussels, The Hague, Düsseldorf, Eindhoven, Hoevelaken and Amsterdam – all of them forging strong ties with and between academic & industry partners, enterprise stakeholders and (international) funding bodies.
We continue to establish and consolidate excellent working relationships with funding bodies and executive agencies to better support our clients. By obtaining first-hand information on grants and related policies we are always ahead of the curve and familiar with the formal and the (in)formal priorities and opinions of decision-makers, which is an invaluable asset to the grant acquisition process.