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  • 1. Triple Helix WorkshopBuilding the Entrepreneurial UniversityJorge Audyaudy@pucrs.brVice President of ANPROTECVice President for Research and Graduate Studies at PUCRS Brazilian Association of Science Parks and Business Incubators (ANPROTEC)
  • 2. OVERVIEWIncubators and S&T Parks in BrazilTECNOPUCPUCRS Science and Technology Park
  • 3. A movement in march1984 – Technology Parks IncubatorsNational Program90s – Incubators around the country, mainly atUniversities and local Governments00s – Science and Technology Parks, mainlyUniversity related and Local Government2009 – 25 years of public policies to STP and BI in Brazil – National Program to Support Business Incubators and Technology Parks
  • 4. I&E Habitats 2012 5
  • 5. I&E Habitats: Business Incubators  384 Business Incubators  6,3 k firms  US$ 2.3 bi/y revenues  45 k workplaces (high qualification)  Return on taxpayers money US$ 300 mi total investment (20y) US$ 270 mi/y taxes paid 6
  • 6. Tech Parks in Brazil  Science Parks initiatives: 94  Science Parks in operations: 28  520 firms  US$ 2 bi/y revenues  26 K workplaces
  • 7. I&E: embracing the world • Supporting SMEs to be international – Co-incubation – Soft landing • International cooperation – Multilateral – Regional – Bilateral • Institutional cooperation
  • 8. Anprotec’s MissionCombining, representing anddefending the interests of sponsorsof innovative entreprises, mainlyincubator, parks, centers andtechnology cities,strengthening these modelsas tools for sustainabledevelopment in Brazil,focusing on creating andstrengthening knowledge-basedbusiness created on the basis of theirknowledge base.
  • 9. How?Strategic Partnerships Conferences and Specialized Trainings Knowledge Generation Anprotec Award And much more...
  • 10. Strategic Alliances/Partnerships
  • 11. www.wainova.org/ebook/index.html 12
  • 12. Conferences and Specialized Trainings
  • 13. Knowledge Generation• Scientific and Technical Magazines• Specialized books• Researchs
  • 14. Anprotec Award
  • 15. Technical International Missions 2009 - USA 2009 - USA 2011 – Finland, Sweden and Denmark 2008 – Spain and Portugal 2010 - Israel
  • 16. Strategic Projectswww.anprotec.org.br/cerne www.anprotec.org.br/sapi
  • 17. Strenghs• Positive International Outlook – BRICS• Economy doing very well – International crisis – Positive flow of money (International Investments)• R&D Opportunities – International R&D Centers (IBM, GE, DELL, HP, ...
  • 18. Strenghs• Growth of Science and Technological Parks• Internal Market and Qualified Human Resources (Talents) in strategic areas – Oil and Gas – TICs – Renewable energy – Biotech – Pharmaceuticals – Life and Health Science...• Gorvernment Investiments in Innovation – Seed Money – Innovation Projects – Environments of Innovation (infrastructure)
  • 19. Challenges• Transition from Incubation approach to Acceleration approacht – No Acceleratrr (just starting a new Government Program to cfeate Accelerators aroud the country)• Triple Helice unbalanced – Strong government depedency – University resistance to change (third mission) – Distance from Industry and University• Real Funding – VC companies – Corporate Investors – Angel Investors
  • 20. Challenges• Transition from Small firms to Startups approach• Legislations at Federal, Local and Institutional Level – Innovation Law in 2005 only to Public Universities and Research Centers – Only a few States have Innovation Law – Very Tradicional view, mainly at Universities, about Zero Risk (not do anything different)• International Partnerships – Starting with Softlanding agreements
  • 21. Research and Innovation at PUCRS:Integrating University, Industry and Government: a Reference Model in Brasil
  • 22. Porto Alegre: Mercosul Capital
  • 23. Research at PUCRSIn the technological areas, INOVAPUC has centers withstrong joint ventures with companies for thedevelopment of applied research.PUCRS‘ Science and Technology park – TECNOPUC – isone of the largest science and technology parks in LatinAmerica with the mission of creating an environment ofinnovation and research involving the interactionamong academia, the government and industry.
  • 24. PUCRS’Scientific and Technological Park
  • 25. MissionTo establish an interdisciplinary research andinnovation community through academic-industry-government collaboration, to improvetheir competitive position in the world andenhance the quality of life of theircommunities.
  • 26. TECNOPUC
  • 27. TECNOPUC
  • 28. TECNOPUC
  • 29. TECNOPUC
  • 30. TECNOPUC
  • 31. TECNOPUC
  • 32. TECNOPUC
  • 33. TECNOPUC
  • 34. TECNOPUC
  • 35. TECNOPUC: Companies with us...
  • 36. R&D ProjectsPhotovoltaic Solar EnergyElectric Energy SystemsCarbon Storage, Oil and GasComputer ScienceSoftware EngeneeringTelecommunicationsNanotechnologyInformation SystemsPharmaceuticalsLife and Health SciencesCommunicationsCreative Industry
  • 37. Tenants and R&D Projects+ 80 Companies (HP, ACCENTURE, SIEMENS, DELL, TLANTIC/SONAE,MICROSOFT, Stefanini, DBServer, CPM, BOX BRASIL, TW, ...)6 Institutions (ASSESPRO, SOFTSUL, CEITEC, AJE, FAJERS, PMI)7 PUCRS Research Centers (Nanotechnology Research Center, Molecular andFunctional Biology Research Center , Solar Photovoltaic Research Center,Energy Radiation Research Center, Electric Energy Research Center, CarbonStorage Research Center, Brain Institute )RAIAR Incubator: 29 startups, all of them academic or research projects spin-offMore than 5.600 employeesACADEMIC IMPACTS:144 R&D Project going on89 PUCRS’ researchers involved96 Master and Ph.D. Degrees Scholarship (directly allocated in R&D projects)320 Master and Ph.D. Degrees Scholarship (TECNOPUC research fund)
  • 38. Thanks for your attention! Questions?Jorge Audyaudy@pucrs.brVice President of ANPROTECVice President for Research and Graduate Studies at PUCRS