Get the salary of your researcher funded for a period of 1 up to 2 years

You are a company (of any size and sector), an association, a museum, an international organization, or a foundation. You have research activities and you plan to recruit a researcher for a project lasting 12 to 24 months.

Marie-Sklodowska-Curie Actions allow you to recruit international profiles and fully fund your researcher's salary, while having immediate cash flow.

Discover the funding scheme during this event and benefit from feedback to optimize your grant proposal.


About speakers

About partners

About MSCA

Registration and contact


Subject to change





Meet and greet





Choose Paris Region


General presentation of the morning and objectives

European challenges and international attractiveness for companies

Vincent Mignotte, Director



Marie-Sklodowska-Curie Actions for non-academic organizations: why and how?

Jean-Jacques Bernardini

National Contact Point MSCA


ABG as partner for the recruitment and the training of your fellows: its services and its network

Bérénice Kimpe



Sharing experience: testimony of an evaluator (best practice for submitting a proposal) and a beneficiary of the scheme (company)

Facilitation: ABG

About speakers

Alphabetical order

Jean-Jacques Bernardini

PhD in Chemistry from the University of Strasbourg and graduate of the MBA from EM Lyon, 20 years' experience in the field of European programs. Head of the European and Financing division at Grand E-nov, the regional innovation agency for the Grand Est region. Member of the MSCA NCP in charge of MSCA and Enterprise issues. Member of the EEN network.

Vincent Mignotte

Vincent Mignotte was appointed Director of ABG in 2012. Before that, he was Deputy Director for Innovation and Industrial Relations at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS). Previously, he was HR Deputy Director for executives, also at CNRS; for six years he was in charge of the recruitment, counseling, mobility and managerial training of scientific and administrative executives and high potentials. In the first part of his career he was a researcher and group leader in molecular genetics and hematology, as well as an associate professor at Ecole Polytechnique and Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Techniques Avancées.

Vincent Mignotte is a graduate of Ecole polytechnique (1985) ; he received his PhD in Molecular Genetics in 1989, worked as a post-doc at the National Institute for Medical Research in London, joined CNRS in 1990, and got his “Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches” in 1998. He was also trained as a professional coach for managers (2005).

About partners

Association Bernard Gregory (ABG)

ABG is a non-profit organization, created in 1980 with the support of the Ministry of Research, research organizations and companies. Its purpose is to help companies recruit PhDs and support them in their professional development towards the private sector. ABG has strengthened its European presence, notably through its participation in various European projects.

To know more about its international activities:


National Contact Point MSCA

The MSCA NCP is in charge of providing first-level advice to French public and private actors interested in European training and mobility issues in the field of research and innovation. Consortium.

To know more about it:


Choose Paris Region

Choose Paris Region is the international promotion and attractiveness agency of the Region Île-de-France. It coordinates all the players in the Paris Region to offer international companies a tailor-made support service in their development in our capital region.
With a team of 80 employees in Europe, the United States and China, the agency supports each year a thousand international companies seeking to accelerate their development in the first region of Europe.

To know more about it:


Region Ile-de-France

At the European level, the Region facilitates access to European funds for project leaders in Ile-de-France and, together with other regions, takes action to influence the definition of EU policies. At the global level, it is increasing the number of cooperation agreements and is working to make the territory more attractive to foreign investors.

To know more about it:

About Marie-Sklodowska-Curie actions



registration and contact

The event takes place at Conseil Régional Ile-de-France, 33 rue Barbet de Jouy (Paris 07).



Free entrance but registration mandatory before November 22.

Online registration



Bérénice Kimpe – Head of International Department ABG

Tel. : +33 1 42 74 45 46 / +33 6 83 99 69 96