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The Government of Navarra is the backbone of all policies in innovation, with the objective of improving the competitiveness of the region’s businesses the quality of life of the citizens of Navarra. It sets out to achieve this through the relationships between all those involved in innovation, to enable Navarre to be a leading region in Europe.
Support for innovation by the public administration is channelled through various departments of the government of Navarra, fundamentally that of Innovation, Industry and Employment, and various public companies, as independent support entities for innovation.
Support for innovation by the public administration is channelled through various departments of the government of Navarra.
The region is currently an international reference point for strategic sectors such as renewable energies, biotechnology and nanotechnology (links to profiles), without forgetting the continuous renewal of the automotive and food/agricultural sectors.
There has been constant support from the Government of Navarra for technological development, with participation and significant involvement on the part of the business sector, social partners, universities and technology centres. The highest level of collaboration between all the partners involved in innovation will enable Navarra to be a leading region in Europe.
The Government of Navarra provides companies with the information they need to define their strategies for innovation, helps with the training of researchers and technologists, contributes to the development of an infrastructure of support centres for innovation and facilitates improvement of business competitiveness, by incorporating intangibles such as quality, design, technology management, etc.
The Government of Navarra aims to nurture and put in place the best possible conditions for the region, in the face of global competition from individuals, business groups, services and regions. The dedication of financial resources to R+D+i through cooperation and internationalisation is an excellent investment: Navarre is able to, wants to and needs to do this to position itself as a region that is balanced, innovative, sustainable and prosperous within the European Research Area (ERA).
The First Technology Plan for Navarra was presented in 2000, and since then the vision for the future contained in the document has served as the basis for technology and innovation policies to improve the competitiveness of businesses in the region, to revitalise the business fabric and to promote the region’s economic development.