Grenoble’s Institute for Technology Research in Nanoelectronics approved for funding under the French government’s economic stimulus package
Grenoble's Institute for Technology Research in Nanoelectronics is one of the six institutes selected to receive funding under the French government's economic stimulus package.
Minalogic is a member of the future Institute, and will play several key roles:
• Technology transfer: Minalogic will work in conjunction with Grenoble Ecole de Management, which will oversee the business aspects of getting new technologies to market.
• Networking and advocacy: Minalogic will defend the interests of small businesses, which the cluster represents on the Institute's decision-making bodies.
• Promotion: The cluster will leverage in-depth knowledge of the local ecosystem to engage in promotional activities that reach beyond the cluster's current scope. These efforts will target public- and private-sector financers including venture capital firms, private investors including cluster members, and local and national government agencies like Oséo and Gravit that provide business development financing.