Last Friday, October 24, the board of directors of the Center for Industrial Technological Development approved a total of 74 projects totaling 45.21 million euros in its Board of Directors.
Of these projects, 43 are individual R & D projects , 27 correspond to the Innovation Hotline , 3 will receive aid from the Global Innovation Line program and one internationalized project.
Of the 77 companies participating in these projects, 66% are SMEs and 31% are from medium-high technology sectors. In addition, 45% are companies that receive CDTI financing for the first time.
It is estimated that the sum of these initiatives will generate 147 direct jobs, as well as 282 indirect jobs, which means 429 jobs in total.
The grants are co-financed with FEDER funds dedicated to the promotion of business R & D + i . 14 projects will be co-financed with the Technological Fund, seven projects will have co-financing from the ERDF Madrid Operational Program and a project with the ERDF Navarra operational program.