The Galician Intersectorial Technology Alliance (ATIGA), formed by the Galician technology centers -AIMEN, ANFACO-CECOPESCA, CTAG, GRADIANT, ENERGYLAB and ITG- has presented its results of the 2018 year on Friday, October 25 at RC Celta Headquarters in Vigo with the presence of Juan Manuel Vieites and Javier Doval, respectively President and Manager of the same; and Patricia Argerey, General Director of GAIN.
The Alliance has increased its volume of aggregate revenues by 10.5% over 2017, exceeding 71 million euros. Its volume of aggregate income has increased by 10.5% compared to 2017.
Between 2014 and 2018, both revenues, employees and R&D&I projects have grown above 50%, confirming the strength and competitiveness of the ATIGA’s CCTT.
Likewise, direct returns obtained by ATIGA’s CCTT at H2020 Program to date are 20.5 million euros. Galician technology centers have achieved the 2nd place in the national ranking of centers with the highest rates of returns obtained by the H2020 program.
Finally, a new collaboration agreement has been signed between ATIGA and the Galician Innovation Agency (GAIN) that gives continuity to those that both parties have been signing since 2015.