The best way to predict the future is to invent it!

To remain innovative, compancutout-cdsesai-1ies need to develop new products and processes – and do it quickly. Innovation and its ability to create competitive advantage for companies are at the very core of this concentration. We believe in making it easier for organisations and SMEs to work and grow on international scale through the valorisation of their innovative capital.

CDSESAI recognizes “innovation” and the important role of “innovation policies” to help in realization of sustainable development goals for tackling the trade-offs between economy, society and environment.

PRACTICE AREAS

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Consultancy in project writing

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Consultancy on Strategic Planning

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Business Plan Development

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Studies and Thematic Analysis

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Policy Reviews

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Training Courses

Science 2 Business Networking

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 One of the most common pieces of wisdom is that business networking is the fast track to success.

Business networking isn’t about making direct sales, though direct sales invariably occur as a result. Rather, business networking gives you professional connections, establishes trust, and lends business through new opportunities, increased knowledge, and the ever-so-valuable word-of-mouth advertising.

CDSESAI links the 3 components of the Knowledge Triangle

Several concepts have emerged in recent decades to interpret and illustrate the process of knowledge creation and its application through innovation. However, they share several core conclusions about the non-linear nature of innovation and the multiple input and feedback loops that exist between the actors in an innovation system.

The knowledge triangle concept highlights the positive benefits that can be derived from the creation of strong links between education, research and business. This has led to an acknowledgement that policies in support of innovation should foster systemic interaction between these three sectors of activity. Furthermore, efficient interaction between these sectors can lead to a shift towards a knowledge-based economy that is an important target for all countries where the main resource is people.