Key figures

Company timeline

  • The public limited company was created in 2001 as a wholly owned, private law subsidiary of INRA.
  • In 2004, the Europe Department was formed to reinforce INRA's coordination of European projects.
  • In 2009, the Agro Biotech Accelerator was created as a subsidiary of INRA Transfert in the form of a joint venture with Seventure (NATEXIS Group).
  • Beginning in 2011, project engineering became the company's primary activity.
  • January 2011: The Environment business unit was launched in Narbonne.
  • July 2011: ABA became ENTEROME.
  • April 2013: The business unit CVT AllEnvi was created.
  • June 2015: INRA Transfert changed its legal structure to a simplified joint stock company under the direct control of INRA.

 

Figures

  • Turnover 2015 : 12 M€
  • 4,9 M€ in licence fees
  • 73 new promotion projects initiated
  • 300 technological insights generated by the 250 INRA laboratoires
  • 41 new licence agreements signed
  • 2 companies created
  • 4 European projets européens selected
  • 61 employees