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  • 1. OUR MISSION Enhance business productivity and competitiveness in the Latin America and Caribbean region by facilitating the creation and growth of dynamic firms with the capacities and tools to innovate and compete in international markets.
  • 2. I. BACKGROUND: KEY CHALLENGES INI. BACKGROUND: KEY CHALLENGES IN INNOVATION AND PRODUCTIVEINNOVATION AND PRODUCTIVE DEVELOPMENT IN LACDEVELOPMENT IN LAC
  • 3. GENERALLY IN LACGENERALLY IN LAC -- THE PRIVATE SECTOR IS NOTTHE PRIVATE SECTOR IS NOT INVOLVED IN INNOVATIONINVOLVED IN INNOVATION Private sector investment in innovation and R&D is extremely low. 050100 Finland Sweden Netherlands Korea Belgium UK Brazil Argentina Paraguay Uruguay Colombia Percent R&D Machinery and equipment Other LAC firms concentrate investment in innovation in acquisition of machinery and equipment.
  • 4. WHAT DO FIRMS SAY?WHAT DO FIRMS SAY? Obstacles to innovation: Evidence from innovation surveys (average for LAC). Financing for Intangibles Innovation Risk Skilled Human Capital Appropriability
  • 5. CTI Target firms in LAC The productivity of the firms in Latin America varies across a very wide spectrum. CTI supports increasing incremental innovation capabilities - meeting LAC firms along a spectrum of existing capacities - to move low productivity firms closer to the technological frontier. If anything LAC suffers from a deficit of average players; firms with medium productivity levels. (DIA, IDB 2010) Most policy interventions in LAC are needed among these firms and here is where CTI concentrates its work. Low Productivity Firms Medium Productivity Firms Super Star Firms
  • 6. TRENDS IN INNOVATION AND PRODUCTIVETRENDS IN INNOVATION AND PRODUCTIVE DEVELOPMENT POLICIES IN LACDEVELOPMENT POLICIES IN LAC Policies/Instruments Focus Development of public goods for innovation, notably human capital, scientific capabilities, and infrastructure Development of innovation capacity and productivity upgrading at the firm level. Address coordination failures among the diverse actors and reinforce innovation capacity in sectors deemed strategic for the country’s competitiveness Example of Policies/Instruments S&T funds Technology and Innovation Funds to upgrade firm productivity and technological development Innovation clusters, promotion of clusters (agglomeration economies), global value chains, business incubators, etc. Support for national graduate programs Incentives for R&D Coordination mechanisms between actors in the Innovation and Competitiveness System Support to Centers of Excellence Venture capital and other mechanisms to support entrepreneurship Support for the Innovation and Business Climate Agendas
  • 7. II. CTIII. CTI’’S STRATEGICS STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES AND AREAS OFOBJECTIVES AND AREAS OF FOCUSFOCUS
  • 8. OUR STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES Improving the policy and regulatory framework so that it is conducive to innovation and entrepreneurship, and to the creation and growth of competitive firms Designing, implementing and evaluating productive (business) development and innovation policies that: •Increase private sector investment in innovation and technological development • Boost the productivity of firms and their capabilities to network and compete in international markets. Strengthening the capacity of institutions to design and implement innovation and productive development policies (governance models, policy coordination, management and evaluation capacities).
  • 9. THEMATIC AREAS OF WORK INSTITUTIONS AND ENVIRONMENTENTREPRENEURSHIP INNOVATION IN FIRMS BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT Economic growth depends on private sector investment in innovation and new technologies. Successful firms are parts of extensive networks in which they compete as much as they collaborate, learn, gain critical mass and share public inputs to make a unique mark in the local and global marketplace. The ability of a country to adapt and take advantage of technological changes and dynamics of the global context depends upon its entrepreneurs. Institutions and enabling environments are crucial for promoting competitiveness and innovation in firms.
  • 10. INNOVATION IN FIRMS Support for firms to increase their investment in innovation and technological development, based both on research and development and new business models. Technology diffusion, transfer and adoption in firms, especially in ICTs and green & clean technologies. Increased firm capabilities in design, quality management and intellectual property. Strengthening human capital for innovation and technology absorption. Economic growth depends on private sector investment in innovation and new technologies
  • 11. BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT Successful firms are parts of extensive networks in which they compete as much as they collaborate, learn, gain critical mass and share public inputs to make a unique mark in the local and global marketplace Support productive development policies and programs to strengthen firm linkages, upgrade productive capabilities and foster firm competitiveness (clusters, value chains, and innovation systems). Business development services and access to markets (export promotion, internationalization, ICT programs). Improved access to information for the design, monitoring and evaluation of SME policies.
  • 12. ENTREPRENEURSHIP Incentives for entrepreneurs and dynamic entrepreneurship, especially in ICT and knowledge intensive industries. Promote and develop a culture of entrepreneurship. Support networks, incubators and programs to unleash entrepreneurial talent. Programs to develop and strengthen sources of entrepreneurial finance (seed and angel financing). The ability of a country to adapt and take advantage of technological changes and dynamics of the global context depends upon its entrepreneurs.
  • 13. INSTITUTIONS AND ENVIRONMENT Solid institutions and enabling environments are crucial for promoting competitiveness and innovation in firms. Promote a climate of innovation and competitiveness. Strengthen institutions and knowledge networks. Improved regulatory frameworks to facilitate the creation and development of innovative companies. Facilitate public-private sector dialogue.
  • 14. Norte Grande Competitiveness Program Development of Satellite System and Applications Program SMEs Credit Access and Competitiveness Program CCLIP: Program of Technological Innovation Technological Innovation Program II Technological Innovation Program III Science and Technology Program Clusters Competitiveness and Value Chains Technology Development Program II Strengthening of the Entrepreneurial Activity Program Estado de Bahía Innovation and Dissemination Local Cluster Competitiveness State of Pernambuco Cluster Competitiveness Support Program for Minas Gerais Competitiveness of Business in Local Production Systems in São Paulo Science and Technology Program Innovation Project for Competitiveness Program for Improving Productivity and Competitiveness Strengthen the National Science, Technology, and Innovation System, Phase I Support for Competitiveness Barbados Competitiveness ProgramMultiphase Technological Transformation Program-Phase I Program to Support Strategic Investments and Productive Transformation Program to Support Competitiveness Policy II Our portfolio in the Region
  • 15. OUR LENDING OPERATIONS IN PIPELINE 2012 Competitiveness Enhancement Program III Technological Innovation Program III Innovation for Competitiveness Program Entrepreneurship Development Program Development of Productive Corridors PBP Improvement Productivity and Competitiveness II Public Offerings Program State of Parana's Clusters Support Program Innovation Program Support for Science, Technology and Business Innovation II SMEs Competitiveness Support Program

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