Ayming x CNRS - From science to society

The value of European Collaboration

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European companies need to do more to collaborate on innovation if they want to stay competitive in the global market

A recent study by Ayming shows that many companies became more insular in their approach to research and development. Many pulled back from international collaboration. They also relied more on self-funding, losing access or confidence in external sources of finance, both private and state. Meanwhile, businesses also admitted to increased uncertainty about their budgets for R&D.

This whitepaper is the fruit of the collaboration between Ayming France’s Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS). It explores the case for increased collaboration and provides recommendations for how businesses can work together more effectively.

By collaborating on research and development, European companies can create a stronger foundation for future innovation. And with steady funding for R&D, they can ensure that this important work continues well into the future.

This white-papers covers :

  • What are the pillars of collaboration
  • The power of partnering
  • The patent paradox
  • What is the Club Europe-Enterprises of CNRS
  • The role of public-private partnerships
  • And more!

Download this free white paper and learn more about the benefits of European collaboration!

Ayming and France’s Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) work closely sharing the same commitment to joint working with industry, and to promoting public-private partnerships in research and investment. 

This whitepaper is one of the joint efforts to promote a fuller understanding of the enablers and obstacles to innovation, and the potential for harnessing science, technology and enterprise more effectively in the cause of economic, social and environmental progress. We will continue to promote the case for collaboration across industry, public and private sectors, and borders; for a longer-term strategic approach to innovation; and for steady and sustainable funding for Research & Development. Get your free copy and learn more!