Auditing publicly funded projects
The external audit requirement is intended to assure the beneficiary and the paying authority that the project is being appropriately implemented. In the process of auditing a publicly co-financed project, the auditor examines the available evidence in order to clearly and with sufficient certainty assess whether the project is being implemented in accordance with the agreement and the application for financing.
Developing strategies for the use of EU funds
Depending on the type of interventions – priorities included in operational programmes – we offer a selection of forms of access to EU funds for companies tailored to their strategies and individual characteristics.
Firm-Idea – A new approach to business value
After a preliminary introduction to the Firm-Idea model (materials available at www.firmaidea.pl), interested organisations are invited to cooperate with a team headed by the authors of the concept – Professor Jerzy Hausner and Mateusz Zmyślony.