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    • Enterprise Europe Network UkraineMentoring for more competitiveness and innovation Dr. Petra Püchner Managing Director Steinbeis-Europa-Zentrum 1
    • Steinbeis-Europa-Zentrum Policy advisor MicroTec Südwest 2
    • Dienstleistungen des SEZ 3 3
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    • Danube Makro Region Strategy• Priority Area 8: ‘to support thecompetitiveness of enterprises, includingcluster development’• PA 8 Coordinator: Baden-Württemberg, Ministry of Finance andEconomics•in cooperation with Croatia 5
    • Main economic issues Increase in trade and investments made (Business forums) Improvement of legal frameworks, especially concerning SME (i.e. simplifying bureaucracy, contract certainty, containment of corruption) Improved frameworks for economic organizations such as chambers, associations etc. Improvement of the interdisciplinary cooperation and the transfer of technology between companies, science and public administration (i.e. cluster politics) 6
    • We are your partner for Innovation in Europe ! Steinbeis-Europa-Zentrum Haus der Wirtschaft Haus der Wirtschaft Willi-Bleicher-Str. 19 Erbprinzenstr. 4-12 70174 Stuttgart 76113 Karlsruhe Tel.: +49-711-123 4010 Tel.: +49-721-935 190 Fax: +49-711-123 4011 Fax: +49-721-395 1920 www.steinbeis-europa.de 7 7
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    • Steinbeis-Europa-Zentrum Since 1993 in the European Network to support innovation capacity of SME, exploitation of RTD and transnational technology transfer Former Mentor of IRCs in Israel and CR Supporting regional innovation strategy development in Upper Galilee (IL), Lower Silisia (PL) Sector Group Chairpersons for ICT and Health 9 9
    • Targets / Potentials of Baden-Württemberg´s policyProduktionstechnik Pharmaindustrie Luft- und Raumfahrt Branchenorientierte Automotive Zielfelder sectors Medizintechnik Telekommunikation Querschnittskompetenzen cross-cutting Medien-, Kultur- und Kreativwirtschaft Wissenswirtschaft Logistik inkl. Intralogistik Technologieorientierte Zielfelder technologies Mechatronik Photonik Biotechnologie Neue Werkstoffe/ Informationstechnologie/ Satellitennavigation Oberflächen Unternehmenssoftware Sicherheitstechnik Mikrosystemtechnik Energie© Prognos AG 2006 10 10
    • Boosting innovation through new cluster concepts More traditional Clusters like … Manufact. … Automotive Food Materials Furniture Tourism IndustryTechnologies like… Micro & NanotechnologyCross-Cutting Design & Creative Industries Green / smart Technologies … Cross-cutting Issues like… INTERNATIONALISATION & TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER SUSTAINABILITY GENDER & DIVERSITY 11
    • Central Europe Cooperation area CluStrat - Boosting Innovation through new cluster concepts in support of emerging issues and cross-sectoral themes 12
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    • CluStratStrategic Project – main method is policy dialogue 8 EU Member States plus Ukraine Coordinator: Steinbeis-Europa-Zentrum under the mandate of the Ministry of Finance and Economics Baden-Württemberg Light house Project under PAC 8 Danube Strategy 14
    • Creative Ind 11/22 Embedded systems 13/24 EngineeringNano 14/1812/20 Tourism Materials 16/19 16/21 Furniture 12/14 Knowledge Services 12/17 15
    • Good Practice: Mechatronic Cluster Bionic  Manufacturing of Engineering (mechanical, machines/systems electrical)  Mechanical services IT / software  Sensors Manufacturing  Automation, robotics Photonics  Materials, printing  Automotive  Medical technology  Etc. 16
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    • Initial Position• Longitude of about 3,000km and 14 riparian states/regions• Danube catchment area: about 115m residents• Increase in trade volume about twentyfold up to more than 20bn Euro between BW and the Danube States (east of Austria) since 1990• Infrastructure, production facilities etc. => enormous „Europe 2020“ EU-Integration need to catch up Strategy for intelligent, sustainable and integrative growth 18
    • Main economic issues Advancement of the infrastructure (i.e. environmental technology, transportation and communications infrastructure, centres for exhibitions, technology parks etc.) Capital provision of the economy Improvement of information, counselling and strengthening of vocational education (‘dual system’) Strengthening of frameworks for research and development as well as internationalisation Strengthening of rural zones within the scope of regional development Removal of cross-border barriers 19
    • Implementation Framework No additional EU funds, No new institutions, No new laws and directives• National and regional support programmes• EU support programmes, such as EU structural funds (EFDF, ESF), cohesion fund and more• IPA• EIB, EIF, EBRD 20
    • Implementation ● ArchitectureEU-strategy  EU Council and CommissionAction plan  EU Commission and national …contact pointsPriority Areas  Coordinators (Priority …Area Coordinators, PAC)Spheres of activity  Project manager/Projects 21