Strategy development process for the stuttgart region

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This presentation describes the Strategy Development Process for the Stuttgart Region and also the Baden-Württemberg's RegioWIN Competition for the European Regional Development Funds 2014-2020

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Strategy development process for the stuttgart region

  1. 1. Baden-Württemberg‘s RegioWIN Competition Strategy Development Process for the Stuttgart Region Stephanie Fleischmann Head of Strategy and International Relations Wirtschaftsförderung Region Stuttgart GmbH
  2. 2. The Stuttgart Region 1 WRS Basisvortrag - Fußzeile in Masteransicht ändern
  3. 3. Facts and Figures Stuttgart Region • Metropolitan region with 2.7 m inhabitants from 170 countries • 179 municipalities in 6 counties including Stuttgart, the state capital of Baden-Württemberg • Total area: 3,654 km² • High population density of 732 inhabitants per km² 2 WRS Basisvortrag - Fußzeile in Masteransicht ändern
  4. 4. Capital Region of Baden-Württemberg Stuttgart Region 3 WRS Basisvortrag - Fußzeile in Masteransicht ändern
  5. 5. The Economic Motor of Baden-Württemberg Stuttgart Region Baden-Württemberg Stuttgart Region 10 % Area 4 25 % Inhabitants WRS Basisvortrag - Fußzeile in Masteransicht ändern 28 % GDP
  6. 6. Business Location Stuttgart Region 5 WRS Basisvortrag - Fußzeile in Masteransicht ändern
  7. 7. Economic Data Business Location Stuttgart Region • About 160,000 registered companies • 1.5 million economically active people • High GDP: 103 billion EUR (2010) • High research density • Low unemployment rate: 4.1% (2012) 6 WRS Basisvortrag - Fußzeile in Masteransicht ändern
  8. 8. Sustainable Value Added through Innovative Industry Business Location Stuttgart Region • Industry dominated region with a very high research density • Sound sectoral mix, comprising internationally renowned enterprises and innovative SMEs (so called "Hidden Champions") • Key industries: - Automotive industry - Mechanical engineering - ICT - Environmental technology - Creative industries - Industry oriented services 7 WRS Basisvortrag - Fußzeile in Masteransicht ändern
  9. 9. Important Company Headquarters Business Location Stuttgart Region 8 WRS Basisvortrag - Fußzeile in Masteransicht ändern
  10. 10. Company Sizes in the Stuttgart Region Business Location Stuttgart Region 10-49 Employees • More than 98% of the companies in the Stuttgart Region are SMEs 6,4% • Many of these companies are highly specialized in their field 91,8% 0-9 Employees 50-249 Employees 9 0-9 Employees 10-49 Employees 250+ Employees WRS Basisvortrag - Fußzeile in Masteransicht ändern
  11. 11. Structure of the Regional Industry Business Location Stuttgart Region Automotive Mechanical Engineering Turnover Employees Companies 33,3% 5,2% Turnover Employees Companies Electrical Engineering Turnover Employees Companies Metal works Turnover Employees Companies 10 49,7% 22,6% 21,6% 21,8% 7,8% 9,5% 12,3% 5,3% 12,1% 17,2% WRS Basisvortrag - Fußzeile in Masteransicht ändern Share of the main industrial branches in the total amount of turnover, employees and no. of companies (20 employees and more) 2010 Source: Strukturbericht Region Stuttgart 2011, IHK Region Stuttgart
  12. 12. Europe‘s Number 1 in Innovation Business Location Stuttgart Region Baden-Württemberg Ile de France (FR) Bavaria Berlin Finland Denmark Sweden Hesse Luxembourg (Grand-Duché) Noreste (ES) Bremen Centre-Est (FR) Saxony North Rhine-Westphalia East of England (UK) Austria Comunidad de Madrid (ES) South East (UK) Slovenia 72,1 58,6 57,5 56,0 Innovation index for the countries and regions of the European Union and the regions of Baden-Württemberg 2012 Source: Statistisches Landesamt Baden-Württemberg 55,3 54,1 Stuttgart Region 53,8 48,7 Ostwürttemberg 38,0 49,4 Bodensee-Oberschwaben 37,5 49,2 Donau-Iller 37,3 52,6 48,7 46,7 Heilbronn-Franken 46,7 Rhein-Neckar 33,5 Neckar-Alb 33,1 44,5 Mittlerer Oberrhein 33,0 44,0 Schwarzwald-Baar-Heuberg 46,0 44,9 35,6 30,3 44,0 Nordschwarzwald 28,8 Hochrhein-Bodensee 43,6 27,7 Südlicher Oberrhein 11 WRS Basisvortrag - Fußzeile in Masteransicht ändern 23,1
  13. 13. Baden-Württemberg‘s RegioWIN Competition for ERDF 2014 - 2020 12 WRS Basisvortrag - Fußzeile in Masteransicht ändern
  14. 14. ERDF 2014 – 2020 in Baden-Württemberg BadenWürttemberg Priority axis A: Research, technological development and innovation BadenWürttemberg Research Technological development Innovation Priority axis B: Carbon emission reduction Carbon emission reduction Beneficiaries 13 WRS Basisvortrag - Fußzeile in Masteransicht ändern Functional areas
  15. 15. RegioWIN Competition Regional Competitiveness through Innovation and Sustainability www.regiowin.eu Phase 1 Regional Strategy Concept 1. Jury: Selection of promising Concepts chosen for further Development Project 2 Project 3 Project 4 Project n Phase 2 Project 1 Competition Regional Development Concept and Implementation Projects 2. Jury: - Selection of the awarded Regional Development Strategies - Selection of the Lighthouse Projects for EFRE-Funding - Recommendations concerning other Key Projects for possible Funding through other Programmes 3. Application for EFRE-Funding for awarded Lighthouse Projects 14 WRS Basisvortrag - Fußzeile in Masteransicht ändern Implementation
  16. 16. Strategy Process for the Stuttgart Region 15 WRS Basisvortrag - Fußzeile in Masteransicht ändern
  17. 17. Leitbild and Strategy Process for the Stuttgart Region 16 WRS Basisvortrag - Fußzeile in Masteransicht ändern
  18. 18. Regional Innovation Strategy: Smart Specialisation • Strengthening the industrial/manufacturing basis of the region and the related key enabling technologies and knowledge intensive services • Development and application of innovative solutions in the areas of sustainable mobility, environment and renewable energies 17 WRS Basisvortrag - Fußzeile in Masteransicht ändern
  19. 19. Regional Innovation Strategy: Areas of Action • Innovation (New Technologies, Diversification, Technology Transfer, Cooperation and Start-ups) • Sustainanble Mobility, Environment and Renewable Energies (Sustainable Mobility Concepts, Ressouce Efficiency, Sustainable Buildings, Renewable Energies) • Qualified Employees (Education and Qualification, Labour Participation, Attraction of Talents) • Investors (Support, Acquisition) • Marketing 18 WRS Basisvortrag - Fußzeile in Masteransicht ändern
  20. 20. Thank you very much for your attention. Stephanie Fleischmann Head of Strategy and International Relations Wirtschaftsförderung Region Stuttgart GmbH Friedrichstraße 10, 70174 Stuttgart Telefon 0711 22835-26, Fax -888 stephanie.fleischmann@region-stuttgart.de wrs.region-stuttgart.de 19 WRS Basisvortrag - Fußzeile in Masteransicht ändern

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