What is IDConsortium?
IDConsortium is a consultancy firm founded in Seville, Spain, in 2009 with the aim of helping researchers and businesses to internationalise and showcase their R&D by joining international consortiums to pursue different lines of research, development and innovation. The firm is an offshoot of IDAction S.L., a company with wide experience in managing R&D, innovation and investment projects.
To turn research initiatives into R&D projects
We analyze the idea and look for national and European funding programs. We search for the key players to create a strong consortium and we prepare all the documents to the funding program. We give support in the project management, communication, dissemination and exploitation of results. We also advice on Intellectual Property Issues.
We assist our customers through the entire innovation project management cycle, from the idea to the commercial product.
Next Generation EU es el mayor paquete de estímulos jamás financiado en Europa, un instrumento de recuperación temporal de más de 750.000.000.000 € para ayudar a reparar el daño económico y social inmediato provocado por la pandemia de coronavirus. Después del COVID-19, Europa será más verde, más digital, más resistente y se adaptará mejor a los desafíos actuales y futuros.
Horizon Europe - EU flagship programme for research and innovation Horizon Europe is the most ambitious EU research and innovation programme ever.
Projects in which we are involved
Due to our experience and involvement in various international innovation projects we can provide strategic advice in the following areas: Industrial Biotechnology, Advanced production systems in Agriculture, Livestock and Aquaculture based on Industry 4.0., Innovative systems and practices to promote active, healthy and sustainable ageing.
We promote the dynamization and internationalization of clusters and sectorial organizations in national and international scope.
The RUSTICA projects provides a technical solution to convert organic residues from the fruit and vegetable sector into novel bio-based fertiliser products of high quality that address the needs of modern (organic) agriculture. The project’s ambition goes beyond the simple recovery of nutrients, and also includes the developments of economically viable and environmentally sustainable alternatives to mineral fertilisers with the same or improved agronomic value.