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    • Country Observatory 2011 (Data 2010) Portugal European BIC Network
    • IntroductionThe following graphs and tables reports the key facts and figures in 2010 of the Portuguese community of Business Innovation Centers, benchmarking them with those of the whole EBN network network.The survey has been undertaken thanks to the yearly implementation of EBN’s Quality system which is primarily aimed at ensuring the compliance of the BICs, EBN Full Members, to the BIC Quality Mark Criteria.The Statistical characteristics of the survey Total number of potential participants 148 Total number of potential participants in Portugal 10 Percentage of BICs participating in the survey 86,5% Percentage of Portuguese BICs participating in the survey 75% Method: on-line self-evaluation questionnaire plus subsequent validation by EBN Quality Team Source: EBN Quality System http://quality.ebn.beResponsible for the publication: Mr. Philippe Vanrie, EBN CEOAddress: Avenue de Tervueren 168, B – 1150, BrusselsTel: +32-2-7728900Fax: +32-2-7729574 +32 2 7729574E-mail: ebn@ebn.euWebsite: http://www.ebn.eu; http://quality.ebn.beDate of publication: 31 May 2011This report has been prepared by the EBN Quality team, led by Mr. Giordano Dichter and assisted by Ms. Chiara Davalli and Mr. Pierluigi Antonelli
    • Portuguese BicsBIC Beira Atlantico Institute Pedro NunesMr Victor CARDIAL Mr Carlos CERQUEIRAWeb site : www.aibap.pt Web site : www.ipn.pt N.E.T.- Novas Empresas e Tecnologias,BIC do MINHO M Nuno GOMES M. S.A. - BIC do PortoWeb site : www.oficinadainovacao.pt Mr. José MARTINS Web site : www.net-sa.ptCentro de Empresas e Innovaçao B.I.C. Madeira SINES TECNOPOLOMrs Patricia DANTAS Mr. Tiago GUERREIROWeb site : www.ceim.pt Web site : www.sinestecnopolo.orgCentro Promotor de Innovaçao e Negocios Tagus ValleyMr Antonio NUNES Mr. Homero CARDOSOWeb site : www cpin pt www.cpin.pt Web it W b site : www.tagusvalley.pt t ll tCIEBI Centro de Innovaçao Empresarial de Beira Citmad Centro de Inovação de Trás-os-Montes eInterior Alto DouroM.M Joao CARVALHO Mr Alexandre PINHEIROWeb site : www.rede-futura.pt/ciebi-bic Web site: www.citmad.pt
    • Nature and Legal Status of BICs Portugal 83,30% 16,67% BIC as new entity BIC hosted in existing organization Network 63,28% 36,72% BICs in hosting BICs as new entities organizations Legal Identity Portugal (%) Network (%) Portugal (%) Network (%)Equity based (with shareholders) 40 36,84 0 0Foundation 0 7,89 0 0Association 60 29,82 0 100Cooperative 0 2,63 0 0Public body under special law 0 9,65 66, 0OtherOh 0 13,16 13 16 33,33 33 33 0 100 100 100 100
    • BICs’ Ownership Ownership: Public / Private Breakdown Portugal Network Public Private Public Private Total Number of Shareholders 21 101 659 1119 Weight over the network 61,2% 38,78% 67,50% 32,50% Voting rights (%) Voting rights (%) Public shareholders Portugal Network Private h P i t shareholders h ld Portugal P t l Network N t kNational/federal government 2,25 3,20 Private financed R&D structures 0,69 1,42State (s) in federal organized states 0,00 1,22 Chambers of Commerce 0,54 1,65Regional GR i l Government t 13,42 13 42 18,85 18 85 Employers associations 0,45 1,72Local Government 4,18 14,15 Trade Unions 0,00 0,53Municipalities 23,36 7,66 Economic development not for profit 4,54 2,62Specific governmental agencies 4,53 4 53 3,35 3 35 entities100% publicly financed R&D Enterprises 13,71 11,27 10,42 5,32structures Private owned capital funds 4,76 4,10Public owned companies 0,00 2,40 Banks 3,26 4,11Chambers of commerce (if public)Ch b f bli ) 0,00 0 00 4,48 4 48Public owned capital funds 0,00 1,07 Private people 0,00 4,24Others 3,06 2,27 Others 10,83 0,84
    • BICs & territory Acknowledgement by the public sector Main catchment areas Portugal Network 100% publicly financed R&D 17% structures 30% 0% City 0% 5%Specific governmental agencies 47% 17% Region / province 100% 84% Municipalities 76% 0% Local Government 91% Portugal State (federal 0% 4% Network organised countries) 17% Regional Government 77% State (s) in federal organized ede a o ga ed 0% states 79% Nation N ti 0% 4% 50% National/federal government 35% Other 0% 3% 0% Other 33% Total 100% 100%
    • Alliances & Cooperation Strategic Alliances Cooperation Private  0% consultants/public BSO  Large Companies in business  34,38% development 33% Cooperation with the  Cooperation with  Universities/other R&D EEN Network business schools Institutions 87,50% 67%Chambers of Commerce and Database of research  RDA/LDAs Involvment in clusters 60,94% and technology centers Private  0% consultants/public BSO No cooperation agreements in intellectual property 7,81% 7 81% Portugal Network Network Portugal
    • BICs’ Team Portugal Network Total N. of BICs’ Staff 32 1865 Breakdown by role External experts (day/year) Portugal (%) Network (%) g ( ) ( ) 67%Management 8,56 9,18 50% %NetworkAdministration 7,29 14,61 %PortugalEntrepreneurs 17% 16% 17% 17% 28,05 27,41guidance 9% 7%Project management 35,66 35 66 14,04 14 04 0% 0% < 50 50 - 99 100 - 199 200 - 299 > 300Incubator 3,80 11,72managementCommunication & 6,34 6 34 8,27 8 27 Size of BICsevents 83%Training 8,72 4,53 NetworkOther 1,58 1 58 10,23 10 23 23% % 21% % 23% 20% Portugal 17% 14% 0% 0% 0%Total 100 100 3 ‐ 6 7 ‐ 9 10 ‐ 14 15 ‐ 25 > 25
    • Key qualifications & Services Areas of expertise Additional services 67% Financial engineering 68% Promotion of SMEs or regions 67% 41% Specialized technology support 83% Advanced use of ITC for SMEs 67% for enterprise creation 73% development 49% 67% 83% Human resources development Specific training know-how 35% 73% Policy making advice / Project 50% design and management 45% Structural cooperation with other 100% EC N t Networks k 62% Access to funding 100% 79% International B2B or investment 67% experience 62% Legal advice to enterprise 67% creation 57% Set-up / implementation 100%International cooperation / SME 67% (inter)national projects 75% internationalization 68%R&D / University spin-off / High- y p g 83% 0% No services offered tech SME creation & support 84% Portugal 95% 50% Network Other 0% 24% Other 77%
    • Key Sectors25,00%20,00%15,00%10,00%5,00%0,00% Sectors weight Network Sectors weight Portugal
    • Financial Assessment BICs’ Income (%) ( ) BICs’ Expenditures ( ) p (%) Private sponsorship 3,3 Financial costs (from loans 4,3 1,8 etc.) 1,3 Other private income 13,5 5,9 4,7 Cost of incubator building(s) Income from client- 6,8 11,9 SMEs/Entrepreneurs 6,3 Income from housing + incubator 22,7 Overheads (furniture, travel, 22,5 services 22,2 energy, IT facilities etc.) 17,1 Other public income 0 4,8 0 Subsidies to entrepreneurs 1,2 12 Income from EU Programmes 10,3 (Framework Programme, Interreg,… 5,7 Public Income through National & Consultants and external 12,4 20,9 Regional programmes 14 experts 12,8 Other public subsidies 0 4,9 48,9 Payroll 46,7 EU structural Funds (e.g. ERDF, 11,7 ESF) 7,5 7,2 72 10,6 Other costsFrom national, regional, local bodies 9,2 27,2 Portugal Network Portugal Network
    • Innovation & IP 53% 46% nnovation n (% of entrepreneurial projects) ) 39% 35% Network cus on In Portugal P t l 15% 12% o Foc Technological innovation Non Technological Innovation Other roperty 495Intellectual Pr Network 227 Portugal 7 1 Patents request Patents granted
    • Services to new entrepreneurs & Incubation Identification of ideal target / entrepreneur Training for entrepreneurs Template for risk analysis Entrepreneurial skill Assessment of training needs asessment tool Provision of business plan Network Provision of incubation space template Portugal Help in finding financial Helping to define the support business model Availability of database of Helping to write the business financial tools plan Support financial planning and simulation Physical Incubation activities Portugal NetworkAverage square meters available for incubation activities of owned incubators (square 1087,00 7549,41meters)Average incubator space occupancy rate (%) 45,00% 78,11%Average incubation time (years) 2,75 3,08
    • Services to existing SMEs g 33% 32% 22% 22% 17% 17% 17% 16% 16% 13% Designing and Innovation diagnostic Internationalization Commercialization Access to financeimplementing innovative projects Network Portugal
    • Training & Events 2010 Portugal Network Number Average Median Number Average MedianNumber of eventsorganised in 2010 to 139 23,16 24,5 3.925 30,66 15,5promote entrepreneurshipNumber of training eventsin 2010 for either new 21 3,5 2,5 2003 50,85 14entrepreneurs or existingSMEsNumber of people thatattended events to promote 4195 699,166 651,5 168.284 1.314.72 548.50entrepreneurshipNumber of people thatN b f l th t 515 85,83 25 36.120 774.20 195.5attended training events pic Training by top 100% 100% 83% 83% 72% 70% 65% 67% 53% Network 36% 23% Portugal g 0% (% of BICs) Business Marketing Management Investment IP Rights Other planning Readiness
    • Access to funding Network Portugal N. of companies assisted in fund raising 2.968 61 Estimated capital raised € 316.782.992,13 € 4.461.149,22 N. of companies assisted 2968 344 Estimated capital raised 2140425,6234507114,844 urces Portugal 9% 9% 19% 62% akdown by Seed capital ding sou Business Angels Venture capital Other Network 35% 15% 26% 24%Breafund
    • KPIs, KPIs Key Performance Indicators Portugal Network Number Average Median Number Average MedianNumber of tenants in incubators 39 6,50 4 3.937 31,71 23,50Total employment by tenants 228 38,00 26 24.505 181,44 95,50Total numbers of contacts for enterprise creation 218 36.33 29 69.307 318,95 88,50Number of feasibility studies created during the year 117 19,5 19 12.461 97,89 36,00Number of enterprise creation projects during the 73 12,16 13,5 7.125 51,73 18,00yearNumber of business plans produced during the year 68 11,33 10 6.989 73,50 19,50Number of start-ups created during the year 52 8,66 5,5 6.358 43,50 14,00Number of jobs created in SMEs (client companies 79 13,16 13,5 6.165 45,03 15,00of BICs)Number of jobs created in Start-ups in the year 155 25,83 16,5 12.668 85,01 33,50Enterprise Survival Rate (within the incubation N.A. 98,48% 100,00% N.A. 91,07% 95,00%period)Enterprise Survival Rate (3 years following N.A. 92,60% 94,00% N.A. 89,04% 91,90%graduation)Existing SMEs supported during the year 79 13,16 12,5 11.000 90,41 50
    • Value for Money Network PortugalCost per job created with support of a BIC € 12.068,79 8.644,25 €Public financial contribution per j p job created € 8.338,79 , 5.495,80 € ,Average number of start-ups per 100K€ of BIC income 2,80 2,57Average number of jobs created per 100K€ of BIC income 8,29 11,57Average number of business plans created per 100K€ of BIC income 3,08 3,36Average number of companies assisted per 100K€ of BIC income 5,10 5 10 4,10 4 10Average number of start-ups per FTE member of BIC staff 3,15 1,65Average number of jobs created per FTE member of BIC staff 9,34 7,42Average number of business plans created per FTE member of BIC staff 3,46 2,16Average number of companies assisted per FTE member of BIC staff 5,74 2,63 * Full time equivalent
    • ContactsEBN’s Quality Team: Giordano Dichter Quality and Membership Manager  +32 (0) 2 761 1083  gdi@ebn.be Chiara DavalliQuality and Membership Officer  +32 (0) 2 761 1094  cda@ebn.beThe Portuguese BICs Mrs. Patricia Dantas de Caires  + 35 1 291-72.30.00  patricia.caires@ceim.pt