Interface plays a real intermediary role between academic research and the industrial sector. Its goal is to valorise the research and ultimately to contribute to the economic revitalisation of the region through research and innovation.
nterface thus supports exchange dynamics with and between all the actors of the innovation chain: researchers, laboratories, universities, companies, investors, and the consumer for the purpose of developing and optimising these exchanges, of promoting the skills of the laboratories, of stimulating innovation, and of promoting co-creation.
In this context, innovation aids allow companies and researchers to come together to exchange, collaborate, and set up common projects to target regional, national, or international markets.
Integrate a project from the Walloon Region via a call for projects of the Marshall Plan or a call for thematic projects.
Interreg, KIC, consortiums are so many opportunities to promote innovation at the European level.