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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.

AENOR certification of R+D+I activities enables research, development and innovation activities to be organised in order to benefit from sizeable tax deductions, reduce uncertainty and increase management efficiency.

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R&D&I economy

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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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SMEs

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Startups

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​​​​​​​​R+D+I

Certification of Innovation as a strategy

​​​Spain is a leading entity in innovation standardisation. The family of Spanish R&D&I standards was used as an example in Europe and is currently being considered for international works. 

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​​​​​​March 2017 - No. 324

Sustainability tool for the national health system

​​The aim of the ITEMAS Platform, which is supported by the Instituto de Salud Carlos III, is to encourage, detect and channel innovation as a basic tool to make the National Health System more sustainable.

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