Economic interest grouping
Economic Interest Groups (EIG) are commercial companies that are governed by a special tax regime, thus allowing private investors to participate in the financing of R&D activities. These groups have a double objective: to obtain funds for R&D projects and generate tax incentives for those investors who want to participate.
- They facilitate the approach between investors and research entities
- They provide a boost to research and development activities
- They support economic growth and employment
- They ensure legal guarantees through project certification and the request for the Binding Motivated Report
Our work process
In Evolution, we manage large R&D projects throughout the year thanks to our extensive network of contacts and clients from different industries, which allows us to evaluate the projects and identify those that are likely to be financed through an EIG.