The Brazilian Agency for Industrial Development (ABDI) was created by the federal government in order to promote the implementation of industrial policy in line with the policies for science, technology, innovation and foreign trade. It is liked the Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade (MDIC) and seeks to be a link between the public and private sector. More information.
The ABDI develops actions to promote innovation, such as:
Electronic platform that enables interaction between companies, research institutions and government agencies. More information.
Promotion of Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Venture Capital
Supports actions to facilitate access to unconventional instruments of long-term financing for Brazilian small and medium enterprises. More information.
Talent for Innovation
Stimulates the debate on actions and mechanisms to increase industrial demand for innovation. More information.