The Science- and Technology Parks are the Knowledge-Based Drivers for Economic Growth
Since January 15th Luis Sanz has been the representative of the ‘International Association of Science Parks’ (IASP).
The general manager of the IASP extensively presented the organization that is responsible for funding the innovations made possible through the Science and Technology Parks in the general meeting of the Science- and Technology Parks. 400 technology- and science parks of 77 states are members of this organization.
Luis Sanz has especially highlighted the importance of competitiveness of the parks as well as the innovative development strategy of effective exchange of knowledge which should serve as an economic development factor.
Hungary has been represented in this organization since 2017, the aim for the first local Science- and Technology Parks is to join the IASP in the year 2019.