Partners of the Rennes Atalante science parkPartners of the Rennes Atalante science park

The network of Science & Technology Park sites in Brittany

Institutional partners and local authorities

  • Rennes Métropole: Greater Rennes is an urban community responsible for the general overseeing of the Science & Technology Park. It is the prime source of funding for the Rennes Atalante Association and its management of economic development and technology provides support for high-tech companies, higher education and scientific research.

  • Conseil général d'Ille-et-Vilaine: Ille-et-Vilaine "County Council" co-finances the Rennes Atalante Association. It takes action to strengthen existing centres of excellence and develop new technologies.

  • Conseil régional de Bretagne: Brittany Regional Council takes part in the funding of work to support business start-ups through Rennes Atalante. It also provides support for young technology companies assisted and monitored by the Park.

  • Saint-Malo Agglomération: The agglomeration of Saint-Malo joined forces with the Rennes Atalante science park to create the Rennes Atalante Saint-Malo park site, and to welcome young innovative companies.

  • Ministère de la Recherche: France's Ministry of Research provides some of the funding for the Emergys business incubator.

  • DRRT: (Délégation régionale à la recherche et à la technologie) this regional research and technology agency is involved in the promotion and expansion of research and development, in increasing corporate awareness of its results and in monitoring technology transfer centres.
  • Oseo Bretagne: this agency promotes and assists in corporate growth through innovation.

  • Drire: this agency assists with industrial and technological development by monitoring personal safety and environmental conservation.

  • Rennes Chamber of Commerce and Industry: the Chamber works with companies to provide optimum conditions for their development.

Sponsors for the "Matinales de Rennes Atalante" (2010)

"Les Matinales" are talks and debates held monthly on a working breakfast basis. They focus on a subject in the news and, on average, attract 110 people from the scientific and industrial sectors.

Main partners : Orange Labs R&D and Canon Research Centre France

Associate partners: Inria, Telecom Bretagne, Cabinet Vidon and IETR (Institut d'électronique et de télécommmunications de Rennes).