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Hasson   presentation for hungary-eu-israel innovation day 30.05.11 Hasson presentation for hungary-eu-israel innovation day 30.05.11 Presentation Transcript

  • Mr. Avi Hasson - Chief Scientist Director General of Innovation and Industrial R&D Administration Ministry of Industry, Trade and Labor Hungary – EU – Israel Workshop on Start-Ups and Innovation
  • The knowledge economy
    • Israel’s technological standing and global competitiveness are tightly related
    • Social rate of return on R&D expenditures exceeds private returns by as much as a factor of 3
      • R & D generates economic growth
      • R&D generates employment
  • World Map of Innovation according to John Kao Source: Harvard Business Review Ministry of Industry, Trade and Labor Office of the Chief Scientist
  • Generic R&D Nofar, Magneton Competitive R&D National Pre-Seed TNUFA Technological Incubators MAGNET Support of Traditional Industry Applied Academic Research Basic R&D Market Proximity International OCS Instruments Along The Value Chain R&D Fund International Cooperation in R&D Europe FP Europe FP EUREKA! Bi-national Funds Global Enterprises R&D Cooperation Bi-national Agreements Cooperative R&D
  • International Cooperation Foundations: BIRDF-with U.S.A. USISTC/F SIIRD-with Singapore CIIRDF - with Canada KORIL-RDF - With S. Korea
  • Maryland, Victoria, Ontario France Belgium Italy India Taiwan Hungary Sweden Portugal Turkey Brazil Argentina Greece Denmark Bi-National Support Agreements : Uruguay International Cooperation China Finland Germany Holland
  • MNC – Startup R&D Collaboration Framework 21 Strategic Agreements: 75 Joint Projects OCS MNC Israeli companies Ministry of Industry, Trade and Labor Office of the Chief Scientist
  • No. Of Applications : ~ 2000 Projects Requested Budget: ~6.5 Billion NIS Total Grants: ~ 1.62 Billion NIS OCS 2010 Some Figures Ministry of Industry, Trade and Labor Office of the Chief Scientist
  • Maximizing impact within budget constrains
    • Academic research vs. industrial R&D
    • Large corporates or SMEs
    • Hi-Tec or traditional industries
      • ICT or emerging industries
    • Multi-nationals R&D centers or business and manufacturing core
    • Product innovation vs. service innovation
    • Israel ecosystem:
    • Unique entrepreneurial spirit, high skilled human capital
    • Dynamic, flexible bottom-up approach of running business and tackling threats
    • Technological development driven by strategic and political constrains
    • Globalization-Ready industry
    Start-up Nation
    • The OCS:
    • Constant dialog with target audience enables:
      • Multi-program framework adjusted to industry needs
      • Rapid development of solutions in response to the ever changing environment
    • Optimal use of constrained budget distributed to high quality projects
    • International cooperation in R&D – a basic foundation
  • The visible part of the Invisible Hand
    • Laying the foundation for R&D, enhancement of accessibility and transparency
      • Education, Infrastructure, Regulation, Financing
    • Portfolio management – diverse mix
      • Start-ups alongside big companies and R&D centers
      • Innovation in products together with innovation in services and new business model
    • Bridging the gap between academia and industry
    • International cooperation – adapting to new target markets
    • Integration of diverse industries, sectors and zones
    • “ I have been impressed with the urgency of doing.
    • Knowing is not enough; we must apply.
    • Being willing is not enough; we must do.”
    • Leonardo da Vinci
    http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v =IaiO8a1ZY5g
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    R&D is an Ecosystem: Government, Industry and Academia