The Institute’s membership of worldwide and local networks of excellence provides input for its research processes by comparing, applying and enhancing them with first-class knowledge.
Orkestra’s network involves the finest business schools and research institutes working on competitiveness.
Agreements with all kinds of local and regional institutions, both public and private are also actively promoted:
This is a first-class strategic alliance that provided substantial aid in the Institute’s development and start up.
The MOC Network is a unique training programme experience in an operational network. The methodology and materials, designed by Harvard, are adapted to the situation in our milieu as regards the evaluation and identification of competitiveness.
Founded in 1868 the University of California Berkeley is a reference in the USA. Nowadays it has more than 36.000 students, 130 departments and 80 research teams.
As one of the world’s leading business schools, it differs from the rest largely because of its global viewpoint and multicultural diversity.
EUNIP is a global network of researchers with specific interests in the economy and industrial policy.
TCI is an international network of excellence in advanced knowledge on clusters, with more than 800 members from 70 countries.
Our cooperation agreement with Eusko Ikaskuntza is designed to develop research into the origins of Basque clusters.
This alliance seeks to establish a framework for cooperation that will facilitate future innovation promotion actions and social mobilization.
Both organizations agreed to work together to stimulate instruction through educational programmes, brokering and research in all business competitiveness-related areas in general, and in the Basque Country in particular.
In tandem with i3B, we are currently promoting the generation of innovative projects on which businesses from the same local district can cooperate or, alternatively, on which such businesses can work with technology or training centres with the idea to give extra leverage to the drive to transform the production sector in the region.
Red Innovanet is a meeting place for agents acting in the field of innovation promotion in the Basque Country.
With its headquarters in Brussels, EBAN includes over 250 business angels networks. Its aim is to unite the interests of these networks spread throughout more than 27 countries, reaching over 20,000 business angels and 40,000 entrepreneurs. It was created in 1999 by a group of networks of European business angel, jointly with the European Commission and EURADA.
AEBAN is the Spanish Business Angels Association, a non-profit and independent association, organised democratically and associated with the main Business Angels Networks that exist in Spain. Founded in November of 2008, AEBAN’s main goal is to promote Business Angel activity and that of the Business Angels Network within Spain, as a fundamental part of the national R&D system.
Is a group of entrepreneurs and business managers with international experience, founded in the south of France, in Sophia Antipolis, Europe’s Hi-Tech capital. The club was created in 2003 by various cofounders, including M. Pierre Lafitte, founder of the Sophia Antipolis Technology Park. Today the club is made up of over 50 highly qualified members in 18 countries.