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Aitor Garro
Zabala Innovation consulting
Tax relief coordinator

Aitor Garro is the coordinator of INNEON platform in ZABALA Innovation. Zabala is the leading Spanish innovation consultancy company created in 1986 (30 years), with more than 200 professionals (engineers, biologists, chemists and financial and legal experts) with permanent offices in major cities in Spain and also in London, Brussels and Paris. Aitor Garro the head of the area of tax relief for innovation and research investments in Zabala. He has worked in the company since 1988.


Xabier Sevillano
Zabala Innovation consulting
R&D and Innovation consultant

PhD in Chemistry. 10 years of technical background, 6 in industry and 4 at the university. Project monitoring, coordination of research groups, elaboration of R&D projects technical documentation, execution of lab work, quality control trials, improvements in production processes and products, implementation of regulations, etc.

Since 2010 he works in Zabala in the fields of R&D and innovation projects and technology dissemination projects at EU level, being part of Zabala’s team in the projects ECO-PRO (Professional promotion of eco-innovative research results through a new media integrated platform for SMEs, research and the public) and INNEON (network of Eco-Innovation financers). Moreover, he is member of the task force that reviews and coordinate European proposals within Societal Challenge 5 (Climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials) and LIFE Programme.


European Commission

This Project has received funding from the European Union