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GRAVIT, first ISO 9001-certified shared development programme

Updated on May 26, 2014
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On 28 July 2010, GRAVIT was certified ISO 9001: 2008 by AFNOR for its work.

Logo de GravitGRAVIT’s recent ISO 9001 certification should quickly be emulated by other shared support initiatives. As a matter of fact, GRAVIT is the first of 14 such structures in France to gain certification for the Quality approach applied to its activities: pooling and acceleration of technology transfer, detection and maturing of industrial proofs of concept, coordination on intellectual property and promotion and marketing of innovative projects.

Since its creation in 2005, GRAVIT has developed a methodology as well as tools and expertise in the field of technological transfer with its founding partners, the Grenoble universities and research centres. “From the outset, we focused on describing our processes and producing standardised documents, stated Carole Silvy, operational manager at GRAVIT. In 2009, thanks to the recruiting of Christophe Poyet who had gained prior experience in quality management in an SME, we logically undertook an ISO certification process.”

This certification is the culmination of the efforts of an entire team and guarantees to the applicants seeking our services, that their file will be processed according to objective criteria and that it will benefit from high quality professional support.


GRAVIT, la qualité  certifiée

GRAVIT in a few figures

After 4 years of activity, GRAVIT has a stellar record: a portfolio of 71 innovation projects, 41 of which are under development in 2010, and 27 in the transfer phase within the framework of business creation, licence transfers or industrial partnerships.
Since 1 January 2009, Gravit has joined the GRAIN2 (GRenoble Alpes INcubation et INnovation) association of which it is a department alongside the GRAIN incubator.

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Written by Benoit Serraillier

Date of update May 26, 2014

Communauté Université Grenoble Alpes
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