Under the name of Madrid Network, the ‘Instituto Madrileño de Desarrollo’ (IMADE) has grouped together a network of six science and technology parks, with a network of twelve clusters in strategic economic sectors (logistics, aerospace, health, communitacion, automation, renewable energies, security, ICT, tourism, finance, biotechnology, audiovisual).
WAINOVA coordinates 28 associations of science / technology parks and innovation-based incubators all over the world. Its mission is to contribute to the world’s economic and social development by promoting innovation, technology transfer and the establishment of innovation-based companies.
The main goal of BASTIC has been to bring and keep together the corresponding institutions in the three Baltic States, remaining in the same time as informal as possible. Organisationally BASTIC accepts the principles and goals of the International Association of Science Parks, as well as those of the SPICE Group and European Business and Innovation Centres Network.
APSTI – Associazione Parchi Scientifici e Tecnologici Italiani is the national network of scientific and technological parks. The majority of PSTs are members (31 members) accounting for virtually all of the Italian regions, with the aim of supporting economic development through innovation.
The main purpose of RETA is to stimulate and improve Innovation in every Andalusian company, whatever its size or location, by the application of three principles: Help traditional businesses innovate, Help innovative businesses pursue R&D&I, Help businesses that already perform R&D&I keep growing.
Beijing Business Incubation Association is an association initiated and established voluntarily and jointly by business incubation organizations, consulting service organizations, investment and financing organizations, scientific research institutes and high-tech enterprises. It is a non-profit mass organization as legal person approved by and registered with the body for the management of registration of mass organizations in Beijing.
The Russian Union of Innovation and Technology Centers was created in 2001 with the aim of innovation technology centers development.
IASP is the global network of Science and Technology Parks (STPs), and connects professionals from existing and developing parks, innovation-based business incubators, R&D institutions, universities, and experts in economic development and technology and knowledge transfer from across the globe.
The German Association of Innovation-, Technology and Business Incubation Centers was established in August 1988. ADT organizes exchange of information and experience between Innovation, Technology and Business Incubation Centers as well as Science and Technology Parks in Germany and develops international cooperation with partner organisations and centers abroad.
The Association of University Research Parks (AURP) is a professional association of university related research and science parks.
The Basque Country Technology Park Network is comprised of the Alava, Bizkaia and San Sebastián Technology Parks and the Garaia Innovation Pole, four strategically distributed infrastructures in the three territories that make up the Basque autonomous region, and where Companies, Technology Centres, University Research Units and Research Centres with a high technological component are based.
ASPA is an international nongovernmental organization that was established in 1997 in Japan with the purpose to accomplish joint development of scientific technology and industry & economy in Asian region.
In 2009 UKSPA is 25 years old and has grown steadily to represent over 80% of those science parks, technology parks, innovation centres, research parks and technology based incubators in the United Kingdom.
The association brings together innovation zones throughout Québec, formerly science and technology parks and technopoles-all creators of sustainable wealth. Zones Québec Innovation accelerates collaboration and networking among high-tech businesses and public research centres, creating an environment which fosters the commercialization of innovations.
RETIS, the French network for innovation, was set up in 2006 merging together France Technopoles Entreprises Innovation (FTEI) and France Incubation. Its creation aimed at strengthening the existing ties between higher education and research institutes, science and technology parks (known in France as “technopoles”), incubators and European Business and Innovation Centres.
The managers of the Walloon science parks, members of SPoW network, and the associated research intitutions signed a specific QUALITY CHARTER on November 2007, recognized by the International Assosiation of Science Parks.
The European BIC Network is the reference point on innovation, incubation and entrepreneurship in Europe.
APTE has its headquarters in the Andalucía Technology Park. The APTE currently has 78 members distributed in 17 different autonomous regions, of which 32 are operative and the remainder are projects for science and technology parks expected to be operative within the next few years.
The Peruvian Association of Business Incubators – PERUINCUBA – is an organization registered in Peru. Its mission is to represent the business incubators and promote national development by helping new technology-related enterprises and promoting the relationship between the academic sector, the State and the business activity.