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  • 1. Eureka Build2Barcelona, March 24th 2011 (12/04/2011)
  • 2. SPANISH INNOVATION STRATEGY E 2I (12/04/2011)
  • 3. INDEXI  DIAGNOSTICS OF THE STATE OF HEALTH OFTHE SPANISH ECONOMY AND SOCIETYII  Objectives for improvementIII  Action plan: the National Strategy forInnovation E2IIV  Conclusions (12/04/2011)
  • 4. Diagnostics of the state of health of the Spanish economy and society 12.500 x 2,7 10.000 Millions of de € Millones € Millions of € 7.500 5.000 2.500 0 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 PGE I+D (Prog. Gasto 46) National Budget in R&D (Spending Prog. 46) (*) Including Plan E for R&D. Source: MEH (PPGGEE 2002-2009) 43.000 Publications 3,2% World Science 3.800 Patents 80% increase in european patents Source: COTEC 2009 (SciSearch, Thomson ISI), OEPM, EIS 2008 (12/04/2011)
  • 5. Diagnostics of the state of health of the Spanish economy and society Unemployed by Sector 2007 2009 ∆ Unemployment AGRICULTURE 96.900 215.100 118.200 CONSTRUCTION 183.400 622.100 438.700 SPAIN FRANCE 12,15% 6,15% INDUSTRY 135.600 359.800 224.200 SERVICES 633.700 1.404.700 771.000 OTHERS 784.300 1.521.600 737.300 8,41% 1.833.900 4.123.300 2.289.400 ITALY Data 2007 and 2009. Source OIT 2,33% Agriculture 9,17% Data 2007. SourceINE and OIT 5,22% Industry 8,73% 11,48% The Construction Industry is under 36,90% 15,09% going Structural Adjustment Services 10,03% Construction 66,99% 34,07% Others Unemploy over sector. Source INE 2009 GDP – Sectorial contribution. Source INE 2009 The rise in unemployment is not only due to the construction crisis (12/04/2011)
  • 6. Diagnostics of the state of health of the Spanish economy and society  R&D as a % of GDP: 1,35%  Population 25-64 years old with Higher Education: 29%  Total Population with Primary Studies (or less): 32% Source: INE y Eurostat INPUTS SPAIN 17th UE27 COMPANY EIS 2009 OUTPUTS 8.562 AND CONTENT Source : Eurostat Companies developing R&D continously  Employment in medium/high technology industry over Total 12.997 Companies Employment: 4,47% (UE27 average = 6,69%) developing R&D  Employment in knowledge intensive services over Total Employment: 14,22% (UE27 average = 14,51%) 36.183 Companies carrying out  EPO Patents per million inhabitants: 29,3 (UE27 average = 105,7) innovative activitiesSource : INE (12/04/2011)
  • 7. Diagnostics of the state of health of the Spanish economy and society Current Situation INNOVATION ∇ 4% GDP A STRATEGY TO OVERCOME CRISIS ∆ 10% Unemployment (12/04/2011)
  • 8. Objectives for improvement SCIENCE BASED INNOVATION READY FOR TAKING OFF Private expenditure in R&D High-Tech Employment • SCIENCE ON CRUISE SPEED • 9th in GDP ranking Number of innovative companies TRADITIONAL ECONOMY (12/04/2011)
  • 9. Objectives for improvement Spain, 9th in GDP ranking Spain, 9th in Scientific Production ranking Mobilization of 6,000 Spain, 9th in INNOVATION WORLD Mill. € from private R&D over GDP 1,9% investment RANKING 2015 Incorporation of 40,000 companies to innovative activities Double the INNOVATION ECONOMY Generation of 500,000 employments in high-tech (12/04/2011)
  • 10. Action Plan: The National Strategy for Innovation E2I E2I FINANCE (12/04/2011)
  • 11. Action Plan: The National Strategy for Innovation E2I Improve the results of the Technology Balance E2I European Plan for Innovation Political leadership R+D Framework Programme 8% Return y forecast 10% Excellence Latin America 80 Projects Economic support for development and 5.000 M€ in 2008 cooperation (12/04/2011)
  • 12. Conclusions The success of E2I will allow us to4. Increase the nucleus of 3. Redress the balance of innovative companies by technological payments and 40.000, integrating the reinforced the international country within the concept of competitiveness of our key innovation sectors E2I5. Convert E2I into a movement 2. Mobilize the new economy made up of those citizens through a perimeter of 100.000 who wish to develop the Million € related with the social culture of innovation and priorities change 1. Attract an additional 6.000 M€/year for innovation SPAIN WILL BELONG TO THE G9 OF WORLD INNOVATION IN 2015 But this is not only the job of the Government. It is everybody’s responsibility. (12/04/2011)
  • 13. Roadmap e2i 2010 - 2015DOUBLE THE INNOVATION ACTIVITY IN THE 100% SPANISH ECONOMY 68% 43% 40.000 Companies ∆ NEW COMPANYS 24% 10% 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 (12/04/2011)
  • 14. The new Structure of CDTI (12/04/2011)
  • 15. ¿Why a reorganization?14 (12/04/2011)
  • 16. Internal factorsHigh increase of CDTI’s Increase in the instruments’activity: + complexity and funding originFunding Volume x 3,4 (2004 –2009) • Grants (CENIT, Interempresa Internacional, Industria de la 2004 Ciencia). - 368 M€ • New cooperation projects. • Non-redemption part. - 779 Approved operations •Complex Funds management (Estructural Funds, Jeremie...) 2009 • Funding of new technology- based companies (NEOTEC y - 1.251 M€ NEOTEC Venture Capital) - 1.703 Approved operations15 (12/04/2011)
  • 17. Internal factors High activity increase: Staff x 1,8 (2005 – 2010)* Número de trabajadores CDTI* 350,00 300,00 250,00 200,00 Funding/employee ratio incresed 70% 150,00 100,00 50,00 0,00 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Goal: Keep and enhance CDTI traditional strenghs (excelence, rigour, flexibility, agility, eficiency, service vocation, …)16 (12/04/2011)
  • 18. External factors Approval and implementation of the Spanish Strategy for Innovation Government’s Strategy in coordination with Regions with the aim to transform Spanish economic model into a innovation and knowledge based sustainable economy. Targets and results for 2015 Approach • Increase in 40.000 the innovative• Axis 1 - Financing. companies.• Axis 2 – Innovative Markets. • Increase in 6.000 M€/year private investment in R&D&i• Axis 3 - Internationalización. • Create 500.000 new high and medium• Axis 4 – Coorperation with Regions. technology jobs. • Reverse the balance trend in• Axis 5 - People. technological products and services. Science and Technology Law: CDTI should become the main Public institution for private business R&D&i fostering. 17 (12/04/2011)
  • 19. Reorganization Process New functional structure features • Functions are focused through directorates in order to improve CDTI’s efficiency and effectiveness. • Industrial sector oriented: Markets Directorate • Internationally oriented: All CDTI activity is directed to improve our companies’ internationalization • Single (but not only) communication channel with business companies • Matrix management in some extension: shared information, knowledge and experience in the benefit of companies • Common targets for all Directorates18 (12/04/2011)
  • 20. The new Structure - Innovative Global Markets Directorate • Channels dialogue with projects promoters (mainly but not only business firms), • Carries out programs promotion, • Gives first level proposals’ orientation and support • Suggests sectors’ policies and strategies • Analyses and monitors sectors’ evolutions • Gets companies’ needs - Directorate of Global Innovative Programs • Designs, carries out and adjust CDTI’s programs looking for a set of instruments adapted to companys needs.19 (12/04/2011)
  • 21. New functional structure - Two Evaluation Directorates • Integrate all the evaluation value chain (technical, financial, business) regardless of the instrument or funding origin - Directorate of Performance, Monitoring and Indicators • Carries out the follow-up and results (technological and markets) evaluation of all CDTI programs - Directorate of Operational Management • Structures all the centers support giving service to all the directorates20 (12/04/2011)
  • 22. New structure – Idea/proposal/project flow Companies with Empresas con Empresas con proyecto Innovative ideas propuestas CDTI CDTI aprobado D. Global Global Performance, Operational Innovative Evaluation Monitoring and Innovative Management D. Markets Directorates Indicators D. Programs D. •Support and •Proposal advise Contract •Project follow •Aid payment orientation •Technical and processing and up and •Aid recovering•Specifying ideas business’ proposal signing monitoring •Instruments’ evaluation •Ex post controlorientation (CDTI, resultsCCAA, ICEX, ICO, EU, etc)21 (12/04/2011)
  • 23. Summary. - Enterprise and industrial sector oriented - Evaluation time and time-to-contract reduction - Prioritizing of Spanish firms internationalization - Improving of CDTI-ICEX network - Simplification of existing programs - Launching of new programs adapted to companies’ needs22 (12/04/2011)
  • 24. Thank you!23 (12/04/2011)

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