INNOVA, the bridge between research and market since 1993
“Bridging the gap between Research and Industry through Technology Transfer and Exploitation” was the idea at the origin of the creation of INNOVA S.p.A. in 1993.
INNOVA S.p.A. was created in Rome (Italy) as a private company by Aleardo FURLANI who, with the conjoint experience of a highly motivated team of co-founders, has made of INNOVA one of the leading private European groups in innovation technology consultancy.
INNOVA S.p.A. is the holding company of the INNOVA GROUP and operates in a market niche in highly competitive and fast moving sectors where growth and success strongly depend on technological innovations.
INNOVA S.p.A. has its main offices in Rome (Italy) at Tecnopolo Tiburtino, the technology park in Rome promoted by the local Chamber of Commerce and the Province of Rome with the support of public agencies and major corporations acting as a facilitator and services provider for hosted enterprises, constituting a real reference for high performance businesses.
These operative premises comprise offices as well as laboratories and an incubator, creating an innovative and stimulating working environment.
The INNOVA GROUP is present in 7 countries:
- Main activities are managed in Italy: INNOVA S.p.A; LABOR s.r.l., the Applied research and Engineering Laboratory; CYBION s.r.l., intelligent search SW Company, CAMPUS CONSULTING s.r.l., specialist in Organisational Innovation and Strategy and IT specialist in quality, environment & security management systems and INVENT s.r.l., the seed capital fund;
- in Belgium & Luxembourg (INNOVA EUROPE S.à.r.l., specialist in Innovation consulting);
- in England (Innova Technology Transfer and Valorisation Ltd.);
- in Poland (TECHIN Sp. Zo.o);
- in Spain (INGENIERÍA e INNOVACIÓN);
- in the US (the Boston-based ICG Inc.).
The INNOVA Group integrates 3 strong competence areas:
- Specialised management & innovation consulting and technology transfer and valorisation
- Seed capital support
- Applied research lab facilities