The Center for Industrial Technological Development (CDTI), an agency under the Ministry of Economy, Industry and Competitiveness, has organized today in Madrid an international seminar to present to Spanish companies the opportunities which technological collaboration abroad offer. We have attended more than 200 people from the business and research areas.
During this seminar, delegates from the CDTI External Network have analyzed the main tools to promote business technological development in each of the 28 countries in which CDTI collaborates: financial instruments, identification of technological opportunities outside the EU, technology transfer, institutional collaboration agreements, etc.
This year, more than 150 projects of international cooperation have been approved in different programs co-managed by the CDTI. The internalization of Spanish companies is the best way to achieve sufficient stability to consolidate our business fabric. From PigCHAMP we want to thank the CDTI for the tools it puts at our disposal to try to facilitate this task.