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  • 1. The german Healthcare market Florence, 14th March 2012© Camera di Commercio Italiana per la Germania
  • 2. The german Healthcare market Biomedical market Pharmaceutical market Biotechnological market© Camera di Commercio Italiana per la Germania
  • 3. The german Healthcare market There are 14 main german “bioregions” which provide a platform for industrial development, facilitating the organic interaction of corporate and institutional resources in the 16 German Federal States and abroad© Camera di Commercio Italiana per la Germania
  • 4. The german Healthcare market The german biomedical MarketEurope’s leading business location for medical technology and 3rd biggest medicaltechnology producer and medical services provider in the world -> medium-sized enterprisesector, strong exporters, and market leaders200 billion € per year -> increasing all the timeEurope’s strongest location for innovation in this industryTotal turnover of this sector ≈ 18.3 billion €87,000 employees7% growth rate per year © Camera di Commercio Italiana per la Germania
  • 5. The german Healthcare market The german biotechnological market German biotechnology has actually grown during the crisis. Number of employees exceeded the 30,000 mark – Number of employees in dedicated biotechnology companies =>14950 – Number of employees in the other biotechnology-active companies =>16650 R&D expenditure of dedicated biotech. Companies =>1.05 billion € Number of dedicated biotechnology companies =>531 Number of the other biotechnology-active companies (e. g. pharma, chemicals or seeds manufacturers) => 114 In terms of turnover, total revenues stood at 2 billion € ≈1 billion € research spending per year © Camera di Commercio Italiana per la Germania
  • 6. The german Healthcare market Pharmaceutical - Market ≈300 companies Workforce of 126,000 people Total turnover of 41.5 billion € In sales terms, world’s third largest pharmaceutical market ->Net sales are about 22.5 billion € per year Drugs production with a market value of ≈27.1 billion € per year Europe’s largest biopharmaceuticals producer Biopharmaceutical sales account for 16% of the whole German pharmaceutical market. Since 2000, this level has doubled (10 years) Share of the global market remains at around 5% percent Around 5 billion € are invested in R&D per year Export ratio of around 56% © Camera di Commercio Italiana per la Germania
  • 7. Clusters© Camera di Commercio Italiana per la Germania
  • 8. Clusters© Camera di Commercio Italiana per la Germania
  • 9. Clusters© Camera di Commercio Italiana per la Germania
  • 10. Clusters© Camera di Commercio Italiana per la Germania
  • 11. Conclusions Companies will continue to look to innovation to drive their strategy and future success. Companies that can sustain their focus on innovation will be the eventual “winners” in the marketplace. The growing complexity of biotechnological research means that it is frequently necessary to pool expertise from different research disciplines in different countries Only with innovative new technologies and products, driven by robust research and development inland and in cooperation with partners abroad, can a full growth be achieved and sustained. -> let European countries cooperate with each other! © Camera di Commercio Italiana per la Germania