- Transfiere is the European Forum for Science, Technology and Innovation and will be held in Malaga on Wednesday 16th and Thursday 17th February.
- Finnova will participate as a speaker in the Open Innovation Room-Demo Center and will carry out a parallel activity focused on European funds.
- The Foundation will attend as a guest at the International Investment Forum in the Open Innovation Area in support of innovation by the selected Deep Tech Start-ups.
Finnova Foundation will participate on Wednesday 16 and Thursday 17 February in the Transfiere Forum to offer its expertise on attracting European funds and innovation in various sectors. The event, which will be held at the Palacio de Ferias y Congresos de Málaga (FYCMA), defined as the main R&D&I meeting in Southern Europe to share scientific and technological knowledge, promote innovation and connect science, technology and business. Finnova’s first intervention will take place on Wednesday 16 February at 18.35 hours (CET) with a presentation in the “Open Innovation Room-Demo Center” space. Juan Manuel Revuelta, CEO of the Foundation, will talk about various calls for proposals on entrepreneurship and the launch of new challenges in circular economy, waste management, digitalization and renewable energy in projects such as “Interreg Firepoctep” or “Interreg HIBA”.
On Thursday 17 February at 13.00, Finnova will organize a parallel activity, focused on European funds, innovation and public-private collaboration. For this, two success stories will be presented such as the “CirCoAX by CircularInnoBooster” project and the “LIFE Ecodigestión 2.0”.
In addition to the presentations and parallel activities that the Foundation has prepared for Transfiere, Juan Manuel Revuelta will also attend the “International Investment Forum” in the “Open Innovation Area”, to participate in the voting for the best “Deep Tech Startup of Transfiere 2022“.
The Transfiere 2022 Forum brings together companies, organizations, institutions and brands for two days with the aim of offering a broad viewpoint to all sectors. The FYCMA Forum is a key environment in which to establish new B2B contacts, network, find partners, establish synergies and even to publicize new projects, innovative products or services.
Transfiere is an important European forum for science, technology and innovation, held annually in the Andalusian city of Malaga.
It is an event of great national and international relevance that will be held on Wednesday 16 and Thursday 17 February at the Palacio de Ferias y Congresos de Málaga, bringing together professionals, entrepreneurs, scientists, academics and authorities related to innovation. This forum aims to encourage debate on scientific and technological issues, while promoting synergies, relationships, alliances or ventures that will be necessary for the development of projects and the promotion of Spain as an innovative country.
Finnova is a Spanish-Belgian non-profit foundation based in Brussels (Belgium) with a presence in Spain in the Valencian Community, the Basque Country, Andalusia, the Community of Madrid and the Canary Islands. Finnova’s mission is to assist in the creation of innovative initiatives through appropriate funding and support. Finnova facilitates communication and information between different public and private entities with the aim of supporting and promoting EU funding streams in the thematic areas of environment, water, health, public works, energy, tourism, ICT and entrepreneurship.
Finnova’s experience in leading European project communication and dissemination activities is combined with a solid proven track record in start-ups and business support programmes, such as accelerators, incubators and ceremonial event selection and awarding. The Foundation has participated and/or mentored 27 projects with the Seal of Excellence, a quality label awarded to project proposals that have applied for funding from HORIZONTE2020, the EU’s Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.
In 2021 Finnova received the European Enterprise Promotion Award (EEPA) from the European Commission in category 4 of support for the internationalization of companies. In its commitment to innovation, Finnova has been organizing the Startup Europe Awards since 2016, an initiative of the European Commission’s DG Connect, to recognize the best European startups in the social field.