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I fattori del successo: stabilità, know-how dell’Europa dell’Est, un mercato con un forte potere di acquisto

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  • FACC sviluppa e produce componenti per le ali della Boeing 747-8 oppure i „winglets“ del Airbus. Essi aiutano a ridurre il consume del petrolio del 3-4%. ICT valore di produzione 07 33,5 Mrd. €, 12,5 Mrd. € esportazioni
  • Unique Austrian networks linking industry & sciences (i.e. COMET) Austria has emerged as a strong business location with a high level of innovative strength, thanks to R&D serving as a growth driver more than 30 specific research promotion programs, close to 2000 projects annually targeting corporate research, more than 1,000 non-university research facilities and numerous R&D headquarters Austria has developed a high level of internationally acclaimed innovative prowess in the fields of environmental technology, ICT, medical engineering, life sciences and biotechnology
  • VIE - Biocenter Key R&D achievments by cooperations between companies and major R&D-facilities like Vienna General Hospital
  • Aziende sono anche molto innovative e investono in R&S. BMW: Centro di competenza per i motori diesel in Austria. Li si trova anche il più grosso sito per la produzione di motori con piu di 700.000 motori prodotti annualmente. 2 di 3 BMW hanno un motore prodotto in AUstria. Settore pharmaceutico è forte: Baxter: 75% delle 900 ricercatori lavorano in Austria. Boehringer: Vienna è – oltre agli USA – la regione più importante per la R&S, soprattutto per le medicine contro il cancro. Otto Bock: ha sviluppato a Vienna il primo braccio artificiale che viene controllato con i pensieri.
  • Investment in people backbone of Austria’s success: Educated, motivated and very productive people Austria is ranked top in the world in terms of availability of highly educated and skilled labor (no. 2 WCYB) among top 3 in the EU for quality of educational system - more than 6,3 % of GDP is spent on public and private education. Flexible and creative workforce.
  • Renewable Energy / Environmental technology Renewable energy in Austria: approx. 23 % of total comsumption Contributes 4 % to Austria‘s GDP (only manufacturing!!!) (D only 3 %, UK 1 %) – target in Austria: double within a few years Employs: 22,334 in Austria (2007), turnover: EUR 6 billion – 375 in manufacturing Austris‘s share in world market comparabel to Sweden, Denmark (approx. 2%) Incentives in Austria: average 25 % of innovation vcost Currently 600 companies in Austria, to double by 2010 25 % of all thermal solar plants in EU made in Austria (greenone TEC) – target Producer of thermal solar panels (85 % exports: Australia, Japan etc.) Wind power / Bachmann Electric: 40 % world market share, electronic control system, inverters for photo-voltaic (Fronius major player in world market) Isovolta: world market leader in solar cell capsulation technolgy Biomass: Fröling heating plants, Bertsch biomass heating plants and power generators Wood – gas – heating plants: GE Jenbacher Environmental Technolgy related patent registrations in Austria are booming. Almost 50 % of 3,666 new patents registered in Austria in 2006 are related to environmental technology
  • 25 % of all thermal solar plants in EU made in Austria (greenone TEC) – target Producer of thermal solar panels (85 % exports: Australia, Japan etc.) Wind power / Bachmann Electric: 40 % world market share, electronic control system, inverters for photo-voltaic (Fronius major player in world market) Isovoltaic: world market leader in solar cell capsulation technolgy Biomass: Fröling heating plants, Bertsch biomass heating plants and power generators Wood – gas – heating plants: GE Jenbacher Environmental Technolgy related patent registrations in Austria are booming. Almost 50 % of 3,666 new patents registered in Austria in 2006 are related to environmental technology
  • Investment in people backbone of Austria ’ s success: Educated, motivated and very productive people Austria is ranked top in the world in terms of availability of highly educated and skilled labor (no. 2 WCYB) among top 3 in the EU for quality of educational system - more than 6,3 % of GDP is spent on public and private education. Flexible and creative workforce.
  • Investment in people backbone of Austria ’ s success: Educated, motivated and very productive people Austria is ranked top in the world in terms of availability of highly educated and skilled labor (no. 2 WCYB) among top 3 in the EU for quality of educational system - more than 6,3 % of GDP is spent on public and private education. Flexible and creative workforce.
  • Investment in people backbone of Austria ’ s success: Educated, motivated and very productive people Austria is ranked top in the world in terms of availability of highly educated and skilled labor (no. 2 WCYB) among top 3 in the EU for quality of educational system - more than 6,3 % of GDP is spent on public and private education. Flexible and creative workforce.
  • Investment in people backbone of Austria’s success: Educated, motivated and very productive people Austria is ranked top in the world in terms of availability of highly educated and skilled labor (no. 2 WCYB) among top 3 in the EU for quality of educational system - more than 6,3 % of GDP is spent on public and private education. Flexible and creative workforce.
  • Austria is among the leading countries when it comes to increasing R&D-expenditures. 2010: 7.65 bn EURO p.a.
  • Investment in people backbone of Austria’s success: Educated, motivated and very productive people Austria is ranked top in the world in terms of availability of highly educated and skilled labor (no. 2 WCYB) among top 3 in the EU for quality of educational system - more than 6,3 % of GDP is spent on public and private education. Flexible and creative workforce.
  • Comprehensive cluster network comprising all important sectors from automotive to renewable energy to life sciences Mechatronic Cluster Austria (6,800 mechatronic companies in Austria, mechatronics study program in universities and poly-technical universities, higher technical colleges)
  • AIT: più di 900 collaboratori Specialista per i temi centrali dell‘infrastruttura del futuro Energy, Mobility, Health & Environment, Safety & Security, Foresight & Policy Development Nicht auf Gewinn ausgerichtete Gesellschaft zur Förderung von Entwicklungen in Natur-wissenschaften, Technik und Ökonomie sowie deren wirtschaftliche Umsetzung und Anwendung CD-Labors werden an Universitäten oder außeruniversitären Forschungsinstitutionen für maximal sieben Jahre eingerichtet Forschungsgruppe arbeitet im Bereich anwendungsorientierter Grundlagenforschung an der Lösung industrieller Probleme Voraussetzung für die Einrichtung eines CD-Labors ist ein Unternehmen mit konkretem Bedarf Mehr als 1.100 renommierte WissenschaftlerInnen aus dem In- und Ausland bilden einen viele Disziplinen umspannenden Wissenspool Berät Entscheidungsträger aus Politik, Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft in wissenschaftlichen Fragen und informiert über bedeutende wissenschaftliche Erkenntnisse Als Centers of Excellence müssen sich die Forschungseinrichtungen der ÖAW im internationalen Wettbewerb anhand regelmäßiger Evaluationen bewähren.
  • COMET - Competence Centers for Excellent Technologies Il Programma “Comet” sostiene la creazione di centri di competenza. Il loro cuore è un programma di ricerca definito da aziende e scienza su un livello alto. Si distinguono per quanto riguarda l’Internazionalità, il volume e la durata. Stretta collaborazione economica – ricerca K2: meccatronica Biotecnologia industriale Sustainable vehicle technologies Materiali, lavorazione e engineering dei prodotti Tribology scienze dell’attrito ICT CTR – Carinthian Tech Research, sensorica (K1) KNOW – Knowledge Management (k1) VRVis – visualizzazione (k1) Evolaris – communicazione mobile (k1) SBA 2 –Secure Business Austria (k1) ECV – Embedded Computer Vision (K) FTW- CC for Information and Communication Technologies (k1) SCCH – Software Engineering (k1) E-motion – Research in ICT for the tourism, sport and leisure industry (k) Materials MPPE- Integrated Research in Materials, processing and Product Engineering (k2) PCCL-Polymer Engineering and Science (k1) Life Sciences ACIB – Austrian Center of Industrial Biotechnology (k2) RCPE – Pharmaceutical Engineering (K1)
  • Mercato stesso: piccolo, ma redditizio, Pil/Capita intorno a 30.000 €
  • 50 mio. di consumatori in un raggio di 400 km Solid economic performance GDP 2008: EUR 284 billion (QII 2009: -2.8 % vs. previous period, -3.6 % annual comparison) No. 4 GDP in EU: 22 % above EU 27 average (Vienna 5th richest EU region behind London, Luxemburg, Brussels, Hamburg) No. 7 worldwide (WKO) Companies are excellent customers too Stable private consuption (QII 2009: -0.1 %) – inflation: 0.7 % Unemployment: 4.5 % (no. 2 after NL) GDP – WIFO forecast: 2009 (%) 2010 (%) EUR-zone -3/-4.2 -1/+1 D -4/-6 -1/+0.5 EU/CEE +1/-4 -2/+1 A -2.2 +0.5 OeNB: -4.1
  • Industrialized country The truth is: Austria is a highly industrialized country. Its production sector has one of the highest shares in GDP worldwide. Besides Austria only in Japan the percentage is over 30 %.
  • Competenza, know how e contatti La comprensione culturale degli austriaci per l‘Europa dell‘Est grazie alla storia L‘alta quota della manodopera con conoscenze delle lingue dell‘Est e la madrelingua tedesca 350 CEE-Headquarters Un‘infrastruttura d‘eccellenza Stabilità politica e sicurezza (legale)
  • Investment in people backbone of Austria’s success: Educated, motivated and very productive people Austria is ranked top in the world in terms of availability of highly educated and skilled labour among leaders in the EU for quality of educational system Flexible and creative workforce.
  • Yet investors appreciate Austria‘s stability and attractiveness (annual return of 4.75 %) No real estate bubbles ( well-financed expansion (More than) 50 % equity (private homes) Rent from EUR 100 p.a. up / m²
  • Veloce costituzione d‘impresa L‘autorizzazione dell‘impianto entro 3 mesi Campione europeo sul campo dell‘e-government Rimborso delle tasse online Rimborso veloce dell‘IVA Servizi: Camera dell‘economia, OeKB
  • Investor friendly tax system simple and investor friendly tax system 25 % flat rate group taxation (allows losses incurred in foreign subsidiaries to be offset with Austrian mother company / favourable holding company regulations no trade tax no net wealth tax, no inheritance & gift tax from August 2008 Attractive tax breaks for R&D double tax treaties
  • Investor friendly tax system simple and investor friendly tax system 25 % new group taxation/favourable holding company regulations no trade tax no net wealth tax double tax treaties
  • As a result of the recently announced tax reform, Austria will be positioned as the EU member boasting the second lowest corporate tax among the 15 EU nations. And as of 2005, the corporate tax rate in Austria will be exactly the same as in the Czech Republic and Slovenia and much closer to those countries in Central and Eastern Europe with the lowest corporate taxes, namely Hungary, Poland and Slovakia

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  • 1. “L’Austria – un vicino conosciuto?”Marion BiberABA-Invest in AustriaMilano, 20 febbraio 2013 Folie 2
  • 2. Dati e fatti sull‘Austria 8,4 mio. di abitanti Crescita del PIL 2012: 0,8% PIL/capita 2012: 33.283 € Inflazione 2012: 2,4% Ripartizione del PIL: Agricoltura: 1,5% Industria: 29,2% Terziario: 69,3% Folie 3
  • 3. …ma sapete anche che… % del settore produttivo del PIL, 2010 Austria 29,2 Germania 27,8 Giappone 27,3 Svizzera 27,2 EU-27 24,7 Paesi Bassi 23,7 USA 21,3 Gran Bretagna 21,8 Francia 18,8 Fonte: OECD, Eurostat Folie 4
  • 4. Innovative Unternehmen in Österreich I  CarboTech  Carbonfaser-verstärkte Plastikteile für Fahrzeuge  Patentierte Technologie for Monocoques zu einem signifikant niedrigeren Preis  voestalpine  Führend bei kundenspezifischen Produkten und Lösungen im Stahlbereich  Technologie zur Effizienzsteigerung von Dampfkraftwerken um 10% Folie 5
  • 5. Innovative Unternehmen in Österreich II  Zumtobel  Global player in der Beleuchtungsindustrie  Entwickelt und produziert leistungsstarke, energie-effiziente LEDs  Thöni  Unter den führenden Aluminium- and Umwelttechnik-Unternehmen in Europa  Modernste Technologien für Abfallwirtschaft und erneuerbare Energien Folie 6
  • 6. La forza dell‘Austria: aziende innovativedi primo livello Folie 7
  • 7. Le spese austriache per R&Shanno una crescita superiore alla media In % del PIL *) Previsione 2020 Obiettivo 2020: 3,8% 2,9 2,7 2,8 * Austria Germania 2,5 2,3 2,1 1,9 EU-27 (25) 1,7 1,5 1998 2000 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Fonte: Eurostat Folie 16
  • 8. Spese austriache per R&S Stima 2012 in € Altri 149 Totale: 8.610,51 Mio. Stato Estero federale 1.339 2.870 16% 33% 45% 5% Regioni 411 Aziende 3.842 Fonte: Statistik Austria Folie 17
  • 9. Alle aziende internazionali piacericercare in Austria Anteil der F&E-Ausgaben internationaler Unternehmen an den gesamten F&E-Ausgaben des jeweiligen Landes (in %) Belgio 59 Israele 58 Austria 52 Svezia 48 UK 41 Italia 31 Germania 28 Paesi Bassi 21 Francia 20 USA 15 Giappone 5 Fonte: Commissione Europea, 2013 Folie 18
  • 10. Aziende italiane approfittano dallaresearch location Austria  Alta qualifica nella formazione  Alto livello di motivazione dei collaboratori  Stretta collaborazione con cluster, centri di ricerca etc.  Contributi pubblici attraenti  Incentivi fiscali aggiuntivi per R&S (10% premio R&S, premio per la formazione)  Crescita di R&S più dinamica nell‘UE Folie 19
  • 11. Partner per la collaborazione - esempi „Comet“: Centri K2, K1, K AIT Christian Doppler Labors Akademie der Wissenschaften Folie 22
  • 12. L’Austria offre vantaggi attraenti per le imprese italiane  Trampolino di lancio verso Est e Ovest  Forza lavoro motivata e produttiva  Altissima stabilità economica e sociale  Sistema fiscale conveniente – unica tassa per le imprese al 25% Folie 24
  • 13. Il mercato austriaco - piccolo, ma redditizio  8,4 mio. di consumatori  Alto potere d’acquisto: 33.283 € (PIL/capita 2012)  No. 3 nell’UE per potere d’acquisto  Investimenti lordi: 21,4%  Consumo: +1,1% Folie 25
  • 14. Il Vs. accesso ideale ai mercati europei Folie 27
  • 15. Il Vs. accesso ideale ai mercati europei Folie 28
  • 16. Il Vs. accesso ideale ai mercati europei 760 m. consumatori 420 m. consumatori 90 m. consumatori Folie 29
  • 17. Trampolino di lancio nei mercati di lingua tedescae nei mercati del CEE/SEE  Competenza, know how e contatti  La comprensione culturale degli austriaci per l‘Europa dell‘Est grazie alla storia  L‘alta quota della manodopera con conoscenze delle lingue dell‘Est e la madrelingua tedesca  300 CEE-Headquarters  Un‘infrastruttura d‘eccellenza  Stabilità politica e sicurezza (legale) Folie 30
  • 18. Attraente per i headquarter regionali Più di 300 imprese internazionali hanno il loro CEE headquarter in Austria – p.e.: Regional CEE HQs examples Worldwide HQs Folie 31
  • 19. Collaboratori molto produttivi… Costo unitario di lavoro 2010, Germania = 100 Giappone 73 USA 76 Rep.Ceca 84 Paesi Bassi 86 Austria 87 Svezia 90 Belgio 98 Germania 100 Danimarca 102 Italia 107 Francia 113 Gran Bretagna 115 Fonte: IW Köln 2012 Folie 33
  • 20. …e motivati 10 = elevato grado di identificazione dei collaboratori con gli obiettivi dell‘azienda Svizzera 1 8,05 Danimarca 2 7,76 Austria 3 7,73 Germania 5 7,39 Giappone 7 7,35 Paesi Bassi 10 7,17 USA 20 6,55 Belgio 27 6,07 Rep. Ceca 30 5,87 Gran Bretagna 31 5,78 Italia 41 5,20 Polonia 46 5,08 Ungheria 47 5,03 Francia 50 4,78 Quelle: World Competitiveness Yearbook 2012 Folie 34
  • 21. Formazione come base di successo  Sistema duale di apprendistato  Scuole superiori tecniche e economiche (HAK, HTL)  22 università pubbliche  13 università private  21 scuole universitarie professioniali con più di 370 corsi di laurea  >1.000 centri di ricerca  Vienna: Università di Economia più grande dell‘UE Stato: 2012 Folie 35
  • 22. Stabilità economica e sociale  Eurozona  Bassa incidenza di scioperi  Alta sicurezza personale  Affidabile sistema legale  Amministrazione pubblica snella Folie 39
  • 23. Vostri vantaggi diun‘amministrazione snella  Veloce costituzione d‘impresa  L‘autorizzazione dell‘impianto entro 3 mesi  Rimborso delle tasse online  Rimborso veloce dell‘IVA  Campione europeo sul campo dell‘e-government  Servizi: Camera dell‘economia, OeKB Folie 40
  • 24. Sistema fiscale conveniente Imposta sulle società (IRES): 25%  Nessun tipo di IRAP  Quasi completa deducibilità dei costi  Ampio rete di convenzioni contro le doppie imposizioni  Nessun tipo di black list  Tassazione di gruppo per aziende  Agevolazioni fiscali per R&S e formazione Folie 41
  • 25. ABA-Invest in Austria  Ufficio di consulenza del Governo Federale  Consulenza ed informazione a titolo gratuito per investitori stranieri  25 collaboratori  Network internazionale Stretta collaborazione con le regioni Folie 44
  • 26. Cosa possiamo fare per Voi … Consulenza e servizio – veloce, non burocratico e a titolo gratuito  Informazioni generali sull’Austria  Dati di mercato  Prima consulenza legale e fiscale – rete di contatti  Normativa e costi del lavoro  Scelta dell’ubicazione  Modalità per ottenere finanziamenti e contributi federali  Organizzazione di missioni “fact finding” Folie 45
  • 27. ABA – a Vostra disposizione! Marion BIBER Direttore Italia E-Mail: m.biber@aba.gv.at Maurizio BOSSI-FEDRIGOTTI Consulente per l‘Italia E-mail: m.fedrigotti@aba.gv.at www.investinaustria.at Folie 46