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OUR INSTITUTIONAL PARTNERS: THEY SUPPORT OUR RESEARCH PROGRAM

Encourage research and innovation

Research, innovation and technological development are strategic orientations of the Collectivity of Martinique.
To support this ambition, the 2007-2013 Operational Program has made it possible to encourage innovation and research by including the three following measures:

  1. Development of strategic activity poles
  2. Foster innovation and the competitiveness of companies and support structures
  3. Collective support measures

The Martinique Regional Innovation Strategy

A real Innovation Strategy (IRS), accompanied by an action plan, has been drawn up. It responds to a strong partnership desire of local authorities, the State and CACEM, to provide Martinique with a concerted policy for innovation.






The 5 challenges of innovation in Martinique:

  • Developing a culture of innovation
  • Promote innovation approaches as factors of competitiveness
  • Develop social innovation to face the challenges induced by social change
  • Continue to build the innovation ecosystem
  • Implement operational governance
  • BPI France

    Bpifrance is a public investment bank, a French organization for financing and developing businesses.

    It brings together Oséo, CDC Entreprises, the FSI and FSI Régions. In particular, it is responsible for supporting small and medium-sized enterprises, medium-sized enterprises and innovative enterprises2 in support of public policies of the State and the regions3. Contrary to what its name may suggest, Bpifrance is not a full-service bank but a financial company because it does not have a banking license. Most of its resources come from (private) financial markets, its capital is held by the Caisse des Dépôts and the State, as well as by members.

    BPI France accompanies and supports innovative projects to strengthen their investment capacities throughout their life cycle. https://www.bpifrance.fr/

OUR INSTITUTIONAL PARTNERS: THEY SUPPORT OUR RESEARCH PROGRAM

The CCI are the privileged interlocutors of public actors and the State. They are regularly consulted for their expertise and their privileged relationship with companies. CCI Martinique represents more than 36,000 traders, manufacturers and service companies.

Its advisers and agents support managers throughout the life of the company: creation, takeover, international development, sustainability and performance, sustainable development, learning and training and finally transmission .

They offer macro and micro economic studies, and participate in the development of master plans, public action plans in terms of economic development or land use planning.

CCI Martinique is the local relay for BUSINESS France and the France export team.

The VIE is a device that aims to help French companies develop their international activities, strengthen France's economic influence around the world and offer young talents access to training operational excellence abroad. This international mobility system secured by the French State allows a company governed by French law to entrust a professional mission abroad, to a French talent or from the European Economic Area, aged 18 to 28 at the start of mission.

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OUR INSTITUTIONAL PARTNERS: THEY SUPPORT OUR RESEARCH PROGRAM


The Faculty of Pharmaceutical and Biological Sciences
, is a unit of training and research component of the ' University of Montpellier.


Created more than 200 years ago, the Faculty of Pharmacy of Montpellier is among the largest in France with more than 2,300 students and nearly 400 teaching-research staff, teachers, researchers and administrative and technical staff. Anchored in its territory, the faculty gives an essential dimension to the pharmaceutical sciences of Montpellier by offering courses that respond to scientific and societal challenges, and by contributing to the development of research in fields of excellence such as chemistry, the environment, agro-sciences…


The Faculty of Pharmacy is home to many research laboratories of the University of Montpellier in most areas of pharmacy and biology in complementarity with clinical research carried out in University Hospital Centers (CHU). The CBS2 doctoral school (Chemical and Biological Sciences for Health) trains doctors in all areas of Biology-Health, from drug chemistry to the clinic, from genes to behavior. Find out more

LE CIRAD

CIRAD is the French organization for agricultural research and international cooperation for the sustainable development of tropical and Mediterranean regions. It is a French research center which responds, with the countries of the South, to the international challenges of agriculture and development. CIRAD is an Epic placed under the dual supervision of the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation and the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs.


Its activities relate to life sciences, social sciences and engineering sciences applied to agriculture, food, the environment and land management. It works around major themes such as food security, climate change, natural resource management, reduction of inequalities and the fight against poverty.
CIRAD has one priority objective: to build sustainable agriculture, adapted to climate change, capable of feeding 10 billion human beings in 2050, while preserving the environment.


He considers that in order to develop over the long term and develop appropriate public policies, a society must participate in the production of the knowledge it needs. This development through research is based on the capacity of countries to equip themselves with an adapted higher education and research system, supported by the public authorities, but with real autonomy of action.
From local to global, through its lasting partnerships, it contributes to the development of agriculture that serves all, and particularly small farmers, who constitute the vast majority of producers. It thus responds to the global challenges of food security and climate change, but also to the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the Paris Agreement on climate change.

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L'ANRT

Founded in 1953, ANRT is a long-standing player in research and innovation. Private association governed by the law of July 1, 1901, it acts on behalf of its members. Its mission is to provide them with all the collective means to help them in their research and innovation activities and to represent them with the public authorities and qualified French or international organizations.


The ambition of the ANRT is obviously to capitalize on its history, on the relationship of trust it maintains with its members, on the attention paid to it by the public authorities. Its major asset is its ability to bring together public and private actors from all sectors of activity and all scientific disciplines.

The ANRT is building collective intelligence for the benefit of its members but also to jointly influence the organization of research and innovation in France and in Europe.


Unique in Europe, it contributes to France's competitiveness through its commitment to:


  • - Help companies in all sectors to access research and innovation
  • - Represent, alongside other players, Research and Innovation with public authorities
  • - Building a collective intelligence beneficial to each of its members
  • - Develop partnerships
  • - Deploy the Cifre system, which brings together more than 4,000 active partnerships signed with companies of all sizes and in all sectors of activity. Under the Cifre system, ANRT acts by delegation of MESRI

Since 1981, the Cifre system - Conventions Industrielles de Formation par la REcherche - has subsidized any company governed by French law which hires a doctoral student to place him at the heart of a research collaboration with a public laboratory. The work must prepare for the defense of a thesis. The Cifre are fully funded by the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, which has entrusted their implementation to the ANRT.


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