CLEVER Global receives 2,7M€ funding from CDTI for two R&D projects

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CLEVER Global, a technology services company specialising in Supplier and Contractor Global Chain Management, has received funding for two R&D projects from the Industrial Technological Development Centre (CDTI), an organism within the Ministry of Economy of the Spanish Government.

Both projects were signed last week and have a combined budget of 3.186.249 euros with CDTI financing 85% of this amount (more than 2.7m€) through fully guaranteed loans from secure guarantors in favour of CDTI.

This opens the door to “researching new opportunities and markets with the vision of developing the brand CLEVER Global worldwide in order to expand our activity in the field of Supply Chain Visibility sector”, as explained by Alejandro Jos, the Corporative Director of Business Development for the Company.

CLEVER Global was listed on the Alternative Stock Market (MAB) of the Madrid Stock Exchange on the 22nd of December 2016. This was made official a few days after the acquisition of the Company iSOCO, which has allowed it to expand its supplier business activities services in terms of Supplier Accreditation and Purchasing Management.

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