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In collaboration with our partners, ADICQ work on the development of the chemistry sector in Quebec. Objectives : Grouping to create a strength, share and disseminate information, help to better compete, foster partnership, support businesses. 
For almost 40 years, the Association pour le développement de la recherche et de l’innovation du Québec (ADRIQ) has led a vast business network that is both unique and influential to support technological innovation in Quebec and foster partnerships between decision-makers. The ADRIQ addresses and disseminates the key concerns and issues of the innovative companies and organizations it represents to cultivate the favourable factors and conditions that are conducive to their success.To accomplish this goal, the RCTi network of support brings together some 50 specialists to improve competitiveness for innovative SMEs through consulting services tailored to their needs, with the goal of propelling them to the international level. Our association effectively reaches more than 4 000 innovation decision-makers across the province of Québec.
CanmetLogo300x300 CanmetENERGY is Canada’s leading research and technology organization in the field of clean energy. Learn how our expertise, projects, unique facilities, and work with key stakeholders are driving a cleaner production and use of energy resources.
ccmm_224 The Board of Trade of Metropolitan Montreal (BTMM) favours the development of a strong, proud, committed and representative membership, while offering services adapted to its members’ needs. It serves as the voice of the business community and of the people of Greater Montreal for all aspects of their economic growth and prosperity and acts as the unifier and catalyst of the active forces of the metropolitan economy.
cribiq_220 The Consortium de recherche et innovations en bioprocédés industriels au Québec (CRIBIQ) has the objective of stimulating and funding the development of efficient and innovative bioprocesses in Québec, while facilitating collaboration between industrial partners and research institutions. Work under research projects funded by the CRIBIQ can focus both on manufacturing processes calling on biotechnologies and on processes with a view to the transformation of biomass into bioproducts, and valorization and treatment of residues.
Afficher l’image source The Metal Transformation Research and Innovation Consortium (CRITM – Consortium de recherche et d’innovation en transformation métallique) is one of nine sectoral clusters of industrial research (RSRI – Regroupement sectorial de recherche industrielle) in Quebec: An industrial research network. It provides strategic and financial support to companies involved in research projects and organizes value-added activities with access to specialized equipment and expert advice.
 640px-Économie_et_Innovation_Québec.svg The Ministère de l’Économie, de l’Innovation et des Exportations (MEI) has the mission of supporting Québec’s economic development, innovation and export trade by ensuring, in particular, the coordination and concerted action of the different players in the economic, scientific, social and cultural fields, within a perspective of job creation, economic prosperity and sustainable development.
 1024px-Éducation_et_Enseignement_supérieur_Québec.svg The Ministère de l’Éducation, de l’Enseignement supérieur (MEES) has the mission of promoting higher education, research, science and technology. The MEES encourages the increase in the level of schooling of Québec’s population, promotes access to the highest forms of knowledge for any person who has the will and ability, and supports excellence and innovation in its areas of jurisdiction.
logo-est@2x-v2 Operational since 1996, PME MTL Est-de-l ‘Île  is a local economic development body. Its mission is to promote the economic growth of its territory. PME MTL offers consulting and support services to entrepreneurs, such as: assistance in preparation of a business plan, support for business consolidation or expansion, support in looking for financing, training in entrepreneurship, and networking activities.
logo Synchronex brings together the College Centres for the Transfer of Technologies (CCTT) associated with Québec CÉGEPS and colleges. The mission of the CCTTs is to support SMEs in innovation with technical support, technological development, information and training.  For this purpose, it intervenes in areas of common interest and offers networking, development support, information, facilitation, promotion and representation services to its members (over 600 technical and scientific experts in its 46 centres).