The Community of Madrid has opened the call to apply for Innobonos, a new line of aid for research, development and innovation (R+D+i) projects that enhance the competitiveness of the primary and forestry sectors and their industries.
These new subsidies, which will be channeled through the Madrid Institute for Rural, Agricultural and Food Research and Development (IMIDRA), aim to promote the development of new products, as well as transformative practices and processes or technologies that enable Madrid companies to also be more profitable and sustainable.
The projects that attend this first edition will be able to obtain a subsidy with a maximum amount of 100,000 euros.
The deadline for submitting applications will be until November 26.
CONVOCATORIA AYUDAS COMUNIDAD DE MADRID