Portugal 2020 is an excellent alternative to business financing. It has several incentive systems, with different support modalities and are addressed to a multiplicity of market players.
We prepare the application of your project of Research and Development, these are applications directed to the business sector and entities linked to science and technology.
This incentive system, inserted in the Operational Programme for Competitiveness and Internationalisation, provides financial support to the business sector with the aim of boosting the competitiveness of companies by improving their production processes.
F. Iniciativas supports the small and medium enterprises in the search for incentives for new ways of internationalization and business qualification.
System of Incentives for Productive Innovation
These projects aim to support investments focused on technological innovation, as well as projects that propose the use of competitive factors such as the sophistication and use of marketing, the degree of control of distribution and marketing, the entry into sophisticated markets with high disposable income, the focus on the customer and the construction of strong brands with high notoriety.
SI Qualification and Internationalisation
In the case of Internationalisation projects for SMEs, the incentive system aims to strengthen the business capacity through the development of qualification processes for internationalisation by valuing the intangible factors of competitiveness.
In the case of qualification for SMEs, it aims to strengthen business capability through organisational innovation, applying new organisational methods and processes, with recourse to intangible investments in the area of competitiveness.
SI Research and Technological Development (RTD)
These are projects aimed at promoting business investment in R&D, developing links and synergies between businesses, research and development centres and the higher education sector, in particular promoting investment in product and service development, technology transfer, social innovation, eco-innovation, applications of public interest, stimulating demand, networks, clusters and open innovation through smart specialisation, and supporting technological and applied research.