- INNOVATIVE BUSINESS ASSOCIATIONS PROGRAMME
- PLEAMAR PROGRAMME
- NATIONAL RURAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME: OPERATIONAL GROUPS
Clusters are considered as a means to mitigate the consequences that certain market deficiencies, related to problems of size and coordination, have on the possibilities of companies to relate to each other, establish flows of knowledge and innovation and reach the enough critical mass to facilitate innovative practices that improve their competitiveness and internationalization.
The program aims to support innovative business groups, in order to improve the competitiveness of small and medium-sized companies through the execution of research and development projects, carried out between the AEIS and two of its members, at least one of them should be an SME.
The Center, as a member of numerous regional clusters and national Innovative Business Associations, has stimulated R&D project initiatives within the framework of the AEIS call, both nationally and regionally, thus contributing to the leverage of R&D through of clusters and the improvement of the competitiveness of small and medium-sized companies.
Through the Pleamar (High Tide) Program, the Biodiversity Foundation, dependent on the Ministry with competences in the environmental sector, seeks to support the fishing and aquaculture sector in its commitment to sustainability and also to the protection and conservation of biodiversity and natural heritage.
The Center’s research areas include the aquaculture sector. It is in this context that the development of a research project has been carried out through the collaboration of strategic partners in the scientific, technical and business sector.
The Operational Groups are key elements in the development of the European Association for Innovation in productive and sustainable agriculture.
They are groups of actors with different profiles, such as farmers, ranchers, foresters, agro-food or forestry industries, public or private R&D or training and consulting centers, technology centers or non-profit institutions, among others. They are partnering to achieve innovation in order to solve a problem or take advantage of an opportunity, with the focus of joint and multi-sectorial action.
Until now the Center has been part of two operational groups: GO-INSECT and the INNPULSE Group, dedicating itself to the research of insects as a protein source for animal feed and the investigation of legumes with the same purpose.
Irene Hompanera Velasco
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