ABGi expands into Germany - ABGi

ABGi expands into Germany

Le 21 November 2021

ABGi is growing !


November 26, 2021


ABGi, already present in many countries around the world (United States, United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, Brazil, France, etc.) is settling up in Germany to support its clients in obtaining aids for their innovation’s projects.

A joint venture between PFIF et ABGi

ABGI once again reinforces its international presence. Indeed, this new implantation is carried out in Germany, through a joint venture with the pioneer and reference player in the financing of innovation in Germany : the company Partner für Innovation & Förderung (PFIF).

PFIF’s expertise, created more than 30 years ago, allows innovative companies to:

  • benefit from highest success rates on the market
  • and of a local customer support

The partners and teams of both PFIF and ABGI will in particular support their clients in obtaining the  FZul « Forschungszulag » incentive (equivalent to the SR&ED tax credit) implemented in Germany on January 1, 2020.

A joint and recognized expertise

This allocation significantly strengthens the competitiveness of German companies, with an R&D investment incentive scheme dedicated to large companies as well as mid-size companies and SMEs, enabling them to

  • to be financed at 25% of their eligible R&D expenses
  • with a ceiling of 1 000 000 euros per year (corresponding to more than 1 300 000 $CAD)

PFIF also have a recognized expertise in advising on obtaining aid and subsidies for innovation in order to structure innovative and collaboratives projects. This makes it possible to benefit from aids for innovation at different levels:

  • locals,
  • regionals ,
  • and also nationals…

Key’s figures

  • Headquarters : Europastrabe 21, 77933 Lahr / Black Forest
  • Branches : Berlin et Mannheim
  • R&D projets’s supervision : more than 3 000 innovating funding’s projects
  • Funding volume: 495 billion $CAD
  • Funding experts: 25 consultants in commercial and technical funding

    The author of this article :

      Alice SIGÉ

    Head of operations