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Innovation Certification

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Research, technological development and innovation in a country are critical factors to determine its economic growth, prosperity and competitiveness. These issues are also of major importance for the survival of organisations, as they contribute to placing them in a suitable position in order to deal with the new challenges that arise in a global market.

Innovation certification of R&D+i activities that AENOR carries out allows the systemisation of research, development and innovation activities, significant tax deduction benefits, reduction in uncertainty and increase in management efficiency.


R&D&I economy

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Tax deductions and tenders

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Technological transfer carried out by robots

Patent Box

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Textiles, footwear, leather goods, toys, furniture and wood

R&D&I Management

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Organisation of R&D&I processes

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Observations and analysis of developments in your sector

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March 2023 - No 389

Advantages of being an innovative SME

AENOR's Innovative SME and Young Innovative Company certifications provide automatic access to the Public Register of Innovative SMEs of the Ministry of Science and Innovation, and to the associated economic incentives. Learn about all the advantages of these certificates.


​ June 2022 - No. 381

ISO 21001: strategic management tool at Iparragirre Ikastola

The Iparragirre Ikastola nursery school has implemented the AENOR Educational Organization Quality Management System, as per the ISO 21001 standard.


 July-August 2021 ​-No. 371 

Eight principles of innovation management with the new UNE 166002: 2021

Value generation, future-focused leadership, strategic direction, culture, ideas with purpose, managing uncertainty, adaptability and systemic approach are the eight principles of innovation management on which the new UNE Standard 166002:2021, published by UNE, is based.


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