INBEC Project try to promote and develop a sustainable economy through innovation and business cooperation. To this end, it is proposed to use a methodology that maximizes the potential of the Bioeconomy, taking advantage of the synergies of industrial cooperation in the group of actors involved in this value chain, from suppliers, distributors, transporters, to consumers, identifying and generating a network of actions.
The INBEC Project aims to promote a sustainable economy by increasing competitiveness in sectors where:
- Identify existing resources in the regional sector of the Bioeconomy and Circular Economy and encourage the development of R & D projects and cross-border cooperation.
- Encourage the creation of new industries and economic activities and the diversification of productive activities, based on the transformation of biological resources.
- Maximize the potential of the Bioeconomy and Circular Economy.
- Carry out studies of characterization and identification of companies, resources and activities by zones.
- Mapping of companies and agents relevant to the bioeconomy and circular economy.
- Integrated action plans with situation analysis and diagnostics.
- Technological assistance for innovative projects.
- Conferences to raise awareness of the circular economy.
- Training workshops.
- Individual diagnostics.
Identification of new bioproducts and bioprocesses that may lead to the generation of new business lines for companies by transforming previous by-products into new products.
Promote collaboration between companies.
Create a digital platform and joint online sales.
Effective technology transfer network.
Projects that generate productive activities.
Total FEDER budget:1.544.717,8 €
CARTIF budget: 373.636,29 €
Belén Blanco Espeso
Division of Agrifood and Processes
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