Vrain is to be certified as a deep innovator in Spain
We are proud to be one of the first companies to be certified as deeply innovative in Spain, thanks to Enisa.
Enisa is a public company dedicated to financing viable and innovative business projects of Spanish SMEs through participative loans.
It all began on Friday, July 21, when the Official State Gazette (BOE) published Ministerial Order PCM/825/2023, a significant step for the country’s entrepreneurial ecosystem. This order regulates the criteria and certification procedure for emerging companies, granting access to the benefits and specialties recognized in Law 28/2022, on the Promotion of the emerging companies’ ecosystem.
The National Innovation Company (ENISA), under the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, and Tourism, has been designated as the entity responsible for carrying out the certification process. Since its inception, ENISA has received an astonishing total of 1,900 expressions of interest from startups to obtain this coveted certification.
So, you might be wondering, what is a certificate for emerging companies?
Certification is a necessary procedure to access the tax and social benefits established in the Startup Law. It is valid across all administrations and entities that must recognize them.
And what does the Startup Law consist of?
This law aims to provide a specific legal framework for startups, facilitating their creation and growth.