As a Young Innovative Company collaborating on several public-sector and private research programs, Netheos benefits from the support of numerous institutional partners.
What does YIC stand for?
YIC stands for Young Innovative Company
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We have 24 other meanings of YIC in our Acronym Attic
- Young Israel of Brookline (Brookline, MA)
- Youth Investigations Branch (Washington, DC)
- Yorkshire International Business Convention (UK)
- Yatili Il Bölge Okulu (Turkish: District Boarding School)
- Yale Institute for Biospheric Studies
- Yanbu Industrial College (Saudi Arabia)
- Yes I Can
- You Insensitive Clod
- You're in Command (USCG safety initiative)
- You're in Control (UK web hosting)
- Yours in Christ
- Yours in Comradeship (VFW and veterans organizations)
- Youth in Conservation
- Youth in Crisis
- Youth Information Centre (UNICEF)
- Youth Investment Council (New Jersey)
- Yokohama International Christian Academy (Japan)
- Youth in Church and Society
- Young Iowans Cultural Council
- Young Israel of Century City (Los Angeles, CA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Under our new ownership, we are now positioned strongly to take our young innovative company to the next level and beyond.
4 million) of public money could be invested in a company viewed with significant growth potential through a new European young innovative company fund.
As a young innovative company, Cappella is making an outstanding contribution towards establishing Ireland as 'Innovation Ireland' and is a perfect example of how we can retain and grow our position as a world leader in the medical technology sector.
45pm on October 27(th), 2009, at Carmat's Premises in Velizy VELIZY, France -- CARMAT SAS, a Young Innovative Company (YIC) developing the world's most advanced artificial heart (video), today announced the inauguration of its cleanroom facilities in the presence of Valerie Pecresse, France's Minister for Higher Education and Research.
Although the promise that marked the biotech sector in 2007 was dented by the maelstrom on the international financial markets, the series of reforms, certain of which were inspired or supported by France Biotech, resulted in improvement of the environment for innovative biotechnology companies and SMEs, particularly through attribution of the Young Innovative Company Status (YIC), which has become a reference label for entrepreneurs, researchers and investors alike and has resulted in French companies becoming more competitive.
The different public policy incentives introduced by the goverment since 2004 to promote innovation in France have enjoyed considerable success among SMEs, particularly that of Young Innovative Company (YIC) status, with 66% of respondent companies in our survey opting for this standing.
Bernard-Louis Roques, General Partner IT of Truffle Capital, said the adoption of a European version of France's Young Innovative Company status (Jeune Entreprise Innovante), which offers tax advantages to companies that invest heavily in R&D, would be a major step in boosting the industry's competitiveness.