Euronovia works in partnership with the following renowned structures
The network of the Association of Consultants in Innovation is distributed throughout the French territory and includes 70 consultancy companies representing 3000 employees.
They work on innovation consulting with all the actors of the innovation chain (companies of all shapes and sizes, research and higher education, public authorities) contributing to the competitiveness of economic actors and the attractiveness of territories.
Euronovia is a founding member of the European Working Group of Innovation Consultants (EWGIC). This initiative, launched in September 2019, aims to create synergies between consulting firms in Europe. Among the objectives of EWGIC: the real recognition of professional project management within European programmes.
Today, EWGIC brings together more than 30 members active in the field of European research and innovation projects..
France Innovation supports the successful innovations of startups, SMEs, mid-cap companies and large industrial groups in all scientific fields and all areas of application. This professional association gathers nearly 70 private research and technological development providers as well as diverse actors which support innovation.
France Innovation’s actions are structured around 4 main axes: Skill research, Consulting & Information, Communication and Lobbying.
The National Association for Research and Technology (ANRT) was founded in 1953 by the major research actors in France. Today, it gathers around 350 companies, universities and public research organisations to stimulate public-private research partnerships and improve the efficiency of the French research and innovation system.
The actions of ANRT aim at promoting the cooperation between companies and laboratories in all research areas and industrial sectors.
With over 130 000 industrial employees, Aerospace Valley is the first worldwide competitiveness cluster and largest European employer in the fields of aeronautics, space and embedded systems.
Aerospace Valley is associated with the Nouvelle-Aquitaine and Occitania regions. It gathers more than 800 members (universities, research centers, manufacturing groups, SMEs, engineering schools…) and 8500 researchers. This competitiveness cluster ambitions to create another 40,000 new jobs by 2025 and is involved in a dozen of European projects.
Medicen Paris Region global is a competitiveness cluster founded in 2005 which aims at positioning the Île-de France Region as a European industrial leader in diagnostic and therapeutic innovation and leading-edge health technologies, thus enabling it to become one of the global centres for translational medicine.
With a network of over 200 members, the cluster is structured according to five strategic action areas: in vitro diagnostics, diagnostic and interventional imaging, regenerative medicine and biomaterials, ICT & translational medicine and health.
IncubAlliance is the mutualized incubator of the Paris-Saclay cluster. It aims at upgrading start-up projects with high technology content and enhancing public research results through the creation of new companies. The incubator also aims at accelerating innovation by building synergies between start-ups, industries and research centers in the Paris-Saclay ecosystem.
Since 2000, IncubAlliance has supported over 400 projects in various sectors and has spearheaded over 300 companies which hire today 2000 collaborators.
Adrenaline is an international accelerator which supports innovation and innovates in the development of new user-centered tools in two spectific fields:
- Health, including numeric health and Pharmatech,
- Interactive and immersive media (VR/RA, JV, SG, eSport).
The "Club Génération #Startuppeuse" aims at supporting start-ups with a strong social and/or environmental impact which projects are led by women or mixed-gender teams. In particular, it provides help from experts: lawyers, financial officers, accountants, investors, coaches, mentors, business developers, etc. This initiative is supported by ESSEC Business School.
“Yes We Know” is a formalized partnership of public health experts, created upon an over 5-year cooperation between Yves Charpak, Marc Danzon and Chaix Couturier Conseil.
The expertise of “Yes We Know” is focused on political stakes, health policies, the knowledge of past health crises, management-oriented stakeholders and implemented solutions.
These skills have been developed at various levels: European and global (Marc Danzon and Yves Charpak), regional and national (Carine Chaix-Couturier and Yves Charpak).
EKR Santé proposes consulting services in Quality Management and Regulatory Compliance (European, American and Canadian frameworks) to members of the pharmaceutical, medical device and natural health products industries. In particular, it supports SMEs towards the regulatory accreditation of sites and products.
As an independent consultancy active in Canada and France, the EKR Santé expertise is forged on more than 15 years of experience for dozens of companies in Europe and North America.
The International Solar Energy Society (ISES) was formed in 1954 as a worldwide non-profit organisation dedicated to the advancement of the utilisation of solar energy, through its knowledge sharing and community building programmes.
ISES is now active in over 110 countries worldwide with thousands of associate members. Its members include scientists and researchers, plus many others from industry, solar energy associations and other private and public organisations.
Marie Prouteau, one of our consultants expert in EU collaborative projects, is part of the Erasmus+ Developers Network.
Thanks to their experience and missions, developers are experts who inform and advise potential candidates to engage in a project or mobility process.
They can also support project leaders and/or final beneficiaries.