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COMMUNICATION FROM THE COMMISSION TO THE EUROPEAN...

COMMUNICATION FROM THE COMMISSION TO THE EUROPEAN
PARLIAMENT, THE COUNCIL, THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL
COMMITTEE AND THE COMMITTEE OF THE REGIONS
Europe 2020 Flagship Initiative
Innovation Union

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  • The Commission will propose a new European Innovation Plan for spring 2010. In order to prepare such a plan, we are currently assessing the achievements of current Community innovation policies. Based on this assessment, we are identifying possible policy orientations for the medium and long-term, to be developed in the forthcoming European Innovation Plan. These orientations have to be placed in the context of the current overall EU innovation performance, the economic crisis and the changing nature of innovation.

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  • Towards an Innovation Union Preparation of the new EU Research and Innovation Strategy Charlotte Arwidi – Innovation policy
  • Europe 2020: Three interlinked priorities
    • 1.) Smart growth : developing an economy based on knowledge and innovation
    • 2.) Sustainable growth : promoting a more efficient, greener and more competitive economy
    • 3.) Inclusive growth : fostering a high-employment economy delivering social and territorial cohesion
  • Europe 2020: Seven flagship initiatives Smart Growth Sustainable Growth Inclusive Growth Innovation « Innovation Union » Climate, energy and mobility « Resource efficient Europe » Employment and skills « An agenda for new skills and jobs » Education « Youth on the move » Competitiveness « An industrial policy for the globalisation era » Fighting poverty « European platform against poverty » Digital society « A digital agenda for Europe »
    • Innovation Union
  • Orientations
    • Base future growth on knowledge and innovation
      • Importance of innovation for all sectors and for SMEs
    • Re-focus R&D and innovation policy on societal challenges
      • climate, resource efficiency, health, demographic change
    • Strengthen innovation chain – from ideas to market
      • Accelerate the path from innovative ideas to new products and services
    • Address innovation in a broad sense : technological & non-technological; public, private and third sector
  • Major actions under consideration (1)
    • Launch “European Innovation Partnerships”
      • In focused themes
        • Europe 2020 identifies bioeconomy, key enabling technologies, independent and active living
      • Challenge based approach ,
        • Bringing together relevant instruments (R&D, finance, public procurement, standard setting, ..)
      • Partnership between EU, national levels
        • Businesses, public authorities, users
  • Major actions under consideration (2)
    • A single market for research and innovation
      • Achieve the EU patent and stimulate use of IPRs
      • Accelerate standard setting
      • Researcher mobility
    • Access to finance
      • Partnership with EIB Group to raise additional capital for start ups, innovative SMEs and growing businesses
      • Realise a European venture capital market
    • Public procurement of innovation
      • Enable public services to benefit from new technologies and innovations
      • Provide opportunities for innovative businesses & SMEs, overcome fragmentation of procurement markets
    • World class knowledge base
      • Coordinated investments, exploiting the Community legal framework for research infrastructures
  • Where do we go from here?
    • May Competitiveness Council
    • June European Council 2010: approval of Europe 2020.
    • July informal Competitiveness Council: discussion on research and innovation
    • September : adoption by Commission of research and innovation plan
    • October Competitiveness Council : discussion on research and innovation plan
    • October informal European Council: Heads of State debate on research and innovation
  • Regional dimension of new EU Research and Innovation Strategy
    • Possible regional orientations
    • Smart specialisation
    • Link and open up regional research and innovation systems
    • Align future cohesion policy with Europe 2020
  • Towards a “European Creative Industry Alliance”
    • Because creative and cultural industries are:
      • … one of the most dynamic emerging sectors in Europe
      • … important drivers of innovation in other sectors
      • … more and more at the focus of political attention
  • Towards a European Creative Industry Alliance: possible set-up Initial phase Full roll out
  • Design as a horisontal innovation activity
    • Commission Staff Working Document of 7 April 2009
    • « Design as a driver of user-centred innovation »
    • In short, the document..
      • … analyses the contribution of design to innovation;
      • … broadens the concept of design from a policy perspective;
      • … concludes that design has untapped potential as driver of competitiveness and innovation as not all companies, sectors and Member States make full use of design;
      • … suggests that design could be an integral part of European innovation policy.
  • What the Commission says about design and innovation…
    • Françoise Le Bail Deputy Director-General DG Enterprise and Industry:
    • http://www.lelieududesign.com/ils-parlent-du-lieu#content-core-inner
    • Jean-Noël Durvy Director Innovation Policy:
    • http://www.innovationlejournal.com/spip.php?page=article_videoj&id_article=5017
  • What the Council says about design and innovation…
    • [The Council] « CONSIDERS that the European Innovation Plan should include all forms of innovation in both the public and the private sector, including non-technological innovation, research-based innovation, innovation in services, design and eco-innovation »
    • Source: Council Conclusions « towards a competitive, innovative and eco-efficient Europe ─ a contribution by the Competitiveness Council to the post-2010 Lisbon agenda »
  • What the Ambassadors of the European Year of Creativity and Innovation say about design…
    • « Promote design processes, thinking and tools, understanding the needs, emotions, aspirations and abilities of users »
    • Source: Manifesto for Creativity and Innovation in Europe
  • Open public consultation on design 2009
    • Aim of consultation: to find out if more should be done at EU level to support design and – if so – what
    • In total, 535 replies
  • The consultation on design and innovation attracted great interest
    • Country
    • Germany
    • Netherlands
    • Spain
    • UK
    • France
    • Total replies
    • 68
    • 62
    • 52
    • 38
    • 35
    309 organisations and 226 private persons (535 in total) replied
  • The response to the consultation on design and innovation was very positive
    • 91 percent of responding organisations consider that design is very important for the future competitiveness of the EU economy;
    • 91 percent consider that initiatives in support of design should be taken at EU level;
    • 96 percent think that initiatives in support of design should be an integral part of innovation policy in general;
    • 74 percent think that design should be part of EU innovation policy.
  • About the main barrier to better use of design…
    • What are the most serious barriers to better use of design in Europe, if any? (Multiple answers possible)
    • Lack of awareness and understanding of the potential of design among policy makers >78 percent of organisations
    • Lack of knowledge and tools to evaluate the rate of return on design investment >64 percent of organisations
    • Lack of awareness and understanding among potential design customers, i.e. private and public organisations >63 percent of organisations
  • Possible next steps
    • The launch of an initiative as part of the new European Innovation Policy?
      • An initiative to develop priorities and joint actions
      • Improve evidence base on design
      • Addressing innovation skills, including design
      • Mainstreaming design into other policy areas
      • Possible label for European design
  • Thank you for your attention! [email_address]