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  • BICs, a Knowledge Transfer tool for smart Innovation-based regions Joe Greaney EBN President, Brussels CEO of WestBIC, Galway (Ireland) TT & innovation-based economy conference, KRAKOW (PL), 4th March 2011 EBN – European BIC Network Avenue de Tervuren, 168. B – 1150 Bruxelles Phone: + 32 2 772 89 00 - Fax: +32 2 772 95 74 E-mail: ebn@ebn.eu – Internet : www.ebn.eu
  • Let’s talk about EBN Networks Incubation Entrepreneurship Ecosystems Innovation Management Services & AppsImpact & performance EBN – European BIC Network Avenue de Tervuren, 168. B – 1150 Bruxelles Phone: + 32 2 772 89 00 - Fax: +32 2 772 95 74 E-mail: ebn@ebn.eu – Internet : www.ebn.eu
  • The EBN Network a community sharing values, goals & brands• The European Network of BICs, incubators, innovation and entrepreneurship & start-up Centres >>> « Innovation-based incubators » >>> Business & Innovation Centres (BICs)• An organised Network of 200+ Business & Innovation Support Centres covering most regions of EU 27 + neighbouring as well as partnering countries• An initiative taken 25 years ago by the EC (DG Regio), public authorities, industry leaders, and Universities >>> A pioneer in PPP, a connector between knowledge and business• A dynamic cluster of clusters with 25.000+ entrepreneurs within the active portfolio >> > with Village Tronic, Exilica, Vivalis, Lipotec, Codasystem, Semiotix, Biofly, BioAzul, Kandor Graphics, Leica Geosystems, Jamendo, etc inside• A community of qualified & committed intermediaries, with St- John Innovation Centre, Cap Alpha, Innostart, Promotech, Innotek, Knowledge Dock, Solvay Entrepreneurs, Technoport, Innovatum, Berytech, Technowest, and KRAKOW technology park inside ! EBN – European BIC Network Avenue de Tervuren, 168. B – 1150 Bruxelles Phone: + 32 2 772 89 00 - Fax: +32 2 772 95 74 E-mail: ebn@ebn.eu – Internet : www.ebn.eu View slide
  • A network of course ! o Standing alone is not an option• A network is a non-linear process, a fractal subject, with fuzzy logic, playing expert systems, semi-chaotic, with its own open source language, inter-operable and plugable, coopetitive,• A true new profession to be inserted in academic (pragmatic) education, a community with its own « entrepreneurship-driven » language and C(C for Community)RM software !• A strange business object with a passion for services and for Knowledge Transfer: - collective reputation builder & roadmapping - internal quality insurance & external branding - total benchmarking & resources centre - intra-community networking & thematic groupings - idea-lab, toolkit, projects factory - hub & spoke connecting platform EBN – European BIC Network Avenue de Tervuren, 168. B – 1150 Bruxelles Phone: + 32 2 772 89 00 - Fax: +32 2 772 95 74 E-mail: ebn@ebn.eu – Internet : www.ebn.eu View slide
  • Networking but why Networking ?• Learning : knowledge, know-how, tools• Finding Models: business, role, leadership, admiration• Being inspired by method & benchmarks• Being proud of exposing robust results & impact• Sharing efforts: work, investment, risk, reward• Help taking decisions: right or wrong• Sharing values: ethics, integrity, reputation• Buena Vista social-club: trust, affectivity, emotion !• Exploring the world: trends, idea & opportunity spotting• Teaming-up talents: teams, core competences, collaborative management, know-who & outsourcing• Enhancing ICT skills: connected, pervasive• Making business & money: of course ! EBN – European BIC Network Avenue de Tervuren, 168. B – 1150 Bruxelles Phone: + 32 2 772 89 00 - Fax: +32 2 772 95 74 E-mail: ebn@ebn.eu – Internet : www.ebn.eu
  • The language of Innovation Networks is changing! do you speak entrepreneurship ?« leadership, collaborative, open-minded, multi-disciplined,teaming, unique individuals, BD lovers, passion, work, rigor,conviction, talents, emotion, challenge-driven, customer-oriented, curiosity, courage, audace, tenacity, fighting spirit,solutions-driven, vision, risk, social engagement, adaptability,agility, mobility, ethics, integrity, simplicity, sense,communicator, focus, conscience, substance, excellence,invasive, pervasive, inclusive, visual, research, knowledge,duration, compliant but not too much, solidarity, exchanges,sharing, nomad, IT-addict, cash-fan, investment-ready, fastnetworker »…What else? EBN – European BIC Network Avenue de Tervuren, 168. B – 1150 Bruxelles Phone: + 32 2 772 89 00 - Fax: +32 2 772 95 74 E-mail: ebn@ebn.eu – Internet : www.ebn.eu
  • The EBN geography Back to physical delivery Over 160 accredited BICs, Full Members of EBN, including KRAKOW TP Over 80 Associated Members… looking forward for accreditation & collaborative networking A real Pan-European Network (including North Africa, Middle East, Russia & Western Balkans) Ad-hoc strategic connections worldwide (US, Russia, Chile, Canada, Israel,, China, Singapore and Brazil) EBN – European BIC Network Avenue de Tervuren, 168. B – 1150 Bruxelles Phone: + 32 2 772 89 00 - Fax: +32 2 772 95 74 E-mail: ebn@ebn.eu – Internet : www.ebn.eu
  • The Story Line the 25 first years180160140 2010 Over 250 Members (EC- 2002 BICs and120 Associate) Outsourcing of the EC- 2000 – 2002 BIC Label to Deployment of Re-engineering EBN by the the ESA-BIC100 of the EBN EC label in 1999 Association partnership Positive with ESA independent 80 evaluation of the BIC instrument 1991 60 BICs integrated First non- into mainstream EU BICs Structural Funds created in 1984 the Czech & 40 Slovak First BIC Republics created in Liege, Belgium 20 n° BICs EBN Created 0 EBN – European BIC Network Avenue de Tervuren, 168. B – 1150 Bruxelles Phone: + 32 2 772 89 00 - Fax: +32 2 772 95 74 E-mail: ebn@ebn.eu – Internet : www.ebn.eu
  • What impact? Cumulative figures for the entire network175.000 Business Plans developed65.000 Start-up companies created250.000 Existing SMEs supported275.000 Jobs created EBN – European BIC Network Avenue de Tervuren, 168. B – 1150 Bruxelles Phone: + 32 2 772 89 00 - Fax: +32 2 772 95 74 E-mail: ebn@ebn.eu – Internet : www.ebn.eu
  • Which trends? Varying but growing over the years25000200001500010000 5000 0 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Start-ups SMEs Jobs Business Plans EBN – European BIC Network Avenue de Tervuren, 168. B – 1150 Bruxelles Phone: + 32 2 772 89 00 - Fax: +32 2 772 95 74 E-mail: ebn@ebn.eu – Internet : www.ebn.eu
  • BICs’ core business/competences a standards for Innovation-based Incubators • incubator of new business ideas/models • creator of new innovative start-ups • generator of spin-offs • developer of innovative SME projects • accelerator of growth • animator of clusters • proximity connector local/global • multiplier of public policy • networking hub to experts, agents, players, investors… • Opportunity spotter, « hands-on » business developper • Coach & mentor, strategic advisor EBN – European BIC Network Avenue de Tervuren, 168. B – 1150 Bruxelles Phone: + 32 2 772 89 00 - Fax: +32 2 772 95 74 E-mail: ebn@ebn.eu – Internet : www.ebn.eu
  • The portrait of a BIC (part 1)• A light and flexible structure (8 to 12 staff + outsourced experts)• Predominantly a public body, but highly representative of theprivate sector as well! (Legal status: 51% public, 14% mixed private-public, 35 % private)• A regional and international “networker” : • Universities, Science Parks and R&D institutions • Chambers of Commerce & Regional Development Agencies • Large Companies and Investors • Public Institutions• Highly focused on innovative entrepreneurship, increasingly in: • ICT, Telecom and Mobile Apps • Energy, Environment and Cleantech • Life Sciences and Biotech • Mecatronics and Software Apps EBN – European BIC Network Avenue de Tervuren, 168. B – 1150 Bruxelles Phone: + 32 2 772 89 00 - Fax: +32 2 772 95 74 E-mail: ebn@ebn.eu – Internet : www.ebn.eu
  • The portrait of a BIC (part 2)• Providing added-value services to entrepreneurs: • Business planning and modeling • Scenario building and financial simulation • SME Financing, Seed capital and venture capital, growth financing • International cooperation, soft landing and partner search •Innovation projects engineering • Hands-on customized support to high-growth gazelle (post-incubation) • Legal business advice, commercial contracts, Intellectual Property Rights • Stimulating the eco-system •Experiencing new approaches (Open innovation with LE, Living labs,…)• Offering “incubation facilities” (average of 30 companies, creating 155 Jobs,living together in 3000 m2)•Animating clusters and helping collaborative projects to succeed (poles ofcompetitiveness, local clusters, etc.) EBN – European BIC Network Avenue de Tervuren, 168. B – 1150 Bruxelles Phone: + 32 2 772 89 00 - Fax: +32 2 772 95 74 E-mail: ebn@ebn.eu – Internet : www.ebn.eu
  • The Performance of the Network Key Performance Indicators in 2008Number of start-up or other enterprise projects 7.739during the yearSelected prior to feasibility study 20.943Number of business plans produced during the year 8.285Number of start-ups created during the year 6.297Enterprise Survival Rate 89%Number of tenants in incubator 3.893Total employment by tenants in 2008 23.242Number of jobs created in SMEs 6.376 EBN – European BIC Network Avenue de Tervuren, 168. B – 1150 Bruxelles Phone: + 32 2 772 89 00 - Fax: +32 2 772 95 74 E-mail: ebn@ebn.eu – Internet : www.ebn.eu
  • Value For MoneyCost-benefit ratios 2005 - 2008 EBN – European BIC Network Avenue de Tervuren, 168. B – 1150 Bruxelles Phone: + 32 2 772 89 00 - Fax: +32 2 772 95 74 E-mail: ebn@ebn.eu – Internet : www.ebn.eu
  • Where is EBN going? The next 25 years Boosting collaboration, sharing knowledge and Networking BICs tools through through B2B, B2F, B2K international events Together with the projects, with EC, And through best, learning ESA, GSA, WB, N2N protocols from the top EPO,… (IASP, EEN, EBAN, performers EURADA, ENOLL, Towards web- And deploying a based solutions Bringing the end- down-to-earth INFODEV and customers at the soft-landing ANPROTEC) + heart of the platform for N2BSchools action: building a innovative start- partnershipsMaximizing the network of smart ups (IESE, ESCP, IE,virtues of champion SKEMA, SOLVAY,Benchmarking entrepreneurs IAG, …) EBN – European BIC Network Avenue de Tervuren, 168. B – 1150 Bruxelles Phone: + 32 2 772 89 00 - Fax: +32 2 772 95 74 E-mail: ebn@ebn.eu – Internet : www.ebn.eu
  • …in search of … the Perfect BIC/Incubator...powered by dream teams, guided by visionaries, endorsed by leading stakeholders, totally credible to the private sector, mandated by the public sector, sustainable and politically independent, making impact on the civil society, stimulating the entrepreneurship culture, embedding innovation by all means and with all (from academic sources or not) , serving a multi sectors entrepreneurs communities, open to external partnerships, interacting with other instruments in an open & smart mode, a connectors of small businesses to the global landscape, acting as an idea-lab and development centre for growing firms, providing knowledge and creativity centres facilities, finally an interactive cross-road for people, projects, know-how, technologies, IP, Investment, researchers and entrepreneurs. EBN – European BIC Network Avenue de Tervuren, 168. B – 1150 Bruxelles Phone: + 32 2 772 89 00 - Fax: +32 2 772 95 74 E-mail: ebn@ebn.eu – Internet : www.ebn.eu
  • The business support ecosystem clear focus & easy access ! • Efficient territorial innovation ecosystems require a well- characterized road-map of support services providers • Vital for individual performances and for enabling cooperation between players • Simply vital for the emergence of competences, efficency of support, and open innovation • Plug your BIC, your STP, your IBI adequately into the ecosystem and collaborate openly arounfd your core knowledge/competence EBN – European BIC Network Avenue de Tervuren, 168. B – 1150 Bruxelles Phone: + 32 2 772 89 00 - Fax: +32 2 772 95 74 E-mail: ebn@ebn.eu – Internet : www.ebn.eu
  • Let’s talk about innovation Do you recognize these multinationals ? Open Innovation & Knowledge sourcing count for them! !• Connect & develop• Sense & simplicity• Ecomagination • Efficient dynamics• Think different • Motion & emotion• Invent• Think• Connecting people• Sponsors of tomorrow EBN – European BIC Network Avenue de Tervuren, 168. B – 1150 Bruxelles Phone: + 32 2 772 89 00 - Fax: +32 2 772 95 74 E-mail: ebn@ebn.eu – Internet : www.ebn.eu Innovation - Sept. 2010 - Philippe VANRIE 19
  • Connecting ideas, markets & people: this is KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER Today Market & customers Ideas & networking• Develop I Succeed • Thinking• Move I Motion I Dynamics • Inventing• Simplicity • Connecting• Sense • Collaborating• Tomorrow • Imagination• Progress I Power • Passion• … • …• People ! • People ! EBN – European BIC Network Avenue de Tervuren, 168. B – 1150 Bruxelles Phone: + 32 2 772 89 00 - Fax: +32 2 772 95 74 E-mail: ebn@ebn.eu – Internet : www.ebn.eu
  • Why innovation matters ? environment + competition + new needs + obsolescence + opportunities + new methods• Changes in the environment • Disruptive technologies make forces companies to find new existing businesses obsolescent ways to serve their customer (ex: the rise of digital profitably (ex: automotive photography) industry) • Emerging technologies provide• Increasing competitive pressures opportunities for value creation threaten existing businesses (ex: (ex: mini-cyclotrons) National Posts)• New customer needs emerge that • Traditional innovation requires new answers (ex: non management methods based on letal weapons) perfect information and rational decision making need to be adjusted, in an age of change & uncertainty EBN – European BIC Network Avenue de Tervuren, 168. B – 1150 Bruxelles Phone: + 32 2 772 89 00 - Fax: +32 2 772 95 74 E-mail: ebn@ebn.eu – Internet : www.ebn.eu Innovation - Sept. 2010 - Philippe VANRIE 21
  • What is innovation ? An ocean of vocabulary• Upstream R&D, yes of course (new IP above all)• Technology & Engineering (a passion for optimizing processes)• Blue ocean (inventing new market, ex: i-pad)• Red ocean (intensifying frontal competition)• Radical (Re-inventing your company!, ex: Keytrade bank)• Disruptive (« innovation perturbatrice », ex: RyanAir)• Incremental (Optimizing the processes)• Micro-innovations (constituents of a corp. system for innovation)• Quality management & continuous improvement• Strategic innovation (ex: Dacia)• Unintentionnal innovation• Survival innovation (La Redoute « on-line » shop)• Downstream applications (end users-oriented) EBN – European BIC Network Avenue de Tervuren, 168. B – 1150 Bruxelles Phone: + 32 2 772 89 00 - Fax: +32 2 772 95 74 E-mail: ebn@ebn.eu – Internet : www.ebn.eu Innovation - Sept. 2010 - Philippe VANRIE 22
  • Types of innovation another classification!• Product innovation (ex: Dyson bagless vaccuum cleaner)• Services innovation (ex: Rolls Royce Total Care« power by the hour »)• Process innovation (ex: the Toyota Production System-TPS)• Management innovation (ex: Siemens, SAP)• Marketing innovation (ex: Apple, Shell shops)• Business model innovation (ex: Amazon, Dell)• Collaborative innovation (ex: Nespresso)• Digital innovation (ex: Google)• Social (& CSR) innovation (ex: nokia-siemens networks)• Open innovation (open source of course, otherwise a buzz ?) EBN – European BIC Network Avenue de Tervuren, 168. B – 1150 Bruxelles Phone: + 32 2 772 89 00 - Fax: +32 2 772 95 74 E-mail: ebn@ebn.eu – Internet : www.ebn.eu
  • Benefits of innovation ? Only advantages !?• Improving quality• Improved production processes• Improving profitability and growing revenue• Defending core business and expression of market leadership• Extension of product/services ranges• Creation of new markets• Reduced labour costs & promoting lean manufacturing• Reduced energy & materials consumption• Reduced R&D costs• Promoting intra-preneurship & market-oriented attitudes• Attracting strategic industrial partners• Upgrading customers & prospects’ perception• Improving the diffusion of a positive company culture & image• Increasing shareholders value EBN – European BIC Network Avenue de Tervuren, 168. B – 1150 Bruxelles Phone: + 32 2 772 89 00 - Fax: +32 2 772 95 74 E-mail: ebn@ebn.eu – Internet : www.ebn.eu
  • How does innovation works ? with sociology, psychology & realism• First of all, integrate innovation at the core of the strategy, as a pivotal & visible corporate value• Moving from/balancing optimizing business to/and creating business• Develop innovation teams (with R&D of course but not only)• Stimulate participative management, a high degree of delegation & responsibility, collaborative & team works, and employee engagement (an innovative HRM style)• It’s an « inside-out » open process interacting with customers, prospects, suppliers, partners, competitors, staff• Balance supply-pushed (new technologies) with demand-led (based on market requirements)• Design systems for ideas assesment and prioritization of detected/selected opportunities EBN – European BIC Network Avenue de Tervuren, 168. B – 1150 Bruxelles Phone: + 32 2 772 89 00 - Fax: +32 2 772 95 74 E-mail: ebn@ebn.eu – Internet : www.ebn.eu
  • The innovators’ dna Does it require specific skills ?• Creative intelligence, • Associating skills not only cognitive skills (connecting disciplines)• Courage to take + ability • Questionning skills to manage risks (why, why not, what if,…)• Courage to start + stop • Observing skills• Emotion + realism (observing others, being anthropologist/sociologist)• Collective leadership • Experimenting skills• Customer intelligence (prototyping + overseas exp.)• Opportunity spotters • Networking skills• KM/EI integrators (going out, ideas festivals,…) EBN – European BIC Network Avenue de Tervuren, 168. B – 1150 Bruxelles Phone: + 32 2 772 89 00 - Fax: +32 2 772 95 74 E-mail: ebn@ebn.eu – Internet : www.ebn.eu Innovation - Sept. 2010 - Philippe VANRIE 26
  • The innovation tool-box is there a difference between innovation and management ?• Human capital & HR • Focus groups management • Creativity techniques• Techno push/market pull • Quality tools (Kaizen, Six• Benchmarking Sigma,…)• Trendcharts & roadmaps • TRIZ method (problem solving)• Pipeline management • Lean management• Projects management • Design thinking• Balance score cards • Awards & challenges• Business model simulation • Corporate incubators & venturing• PLM & virtual reality • …• Serious games EBN – European BIC Network Avenue de Tervuren, 168. B – 1150 Bruxelles Phone: + 32 2 772 89 00 - Fax: +32 2 772 95 74 E-mail: ebn@ebn.eu – Internet : www.ebn.eu
  • How to encourage innovation ? You can decide, you have an influence !• Fix innovation as a management (ambitious?) goal• Allow staff to spend time on ideas development• Create a process to pick-up ideas & reward idea producers• Provide incentive to people for moving ideas forward• Design a decision-making mechanism for investing in new ideas• Define a common metrics to measure innovation & impact• Establish an innovation culture (staff diversity, boost creativity, accelerate external contacts, promote a customer-centric attitude, mobilize teams of champions)• Promote collaborative schemes (internal + outsourced)• Do not forget to support two key enabling factors for innovation: entrepreneurship + networking capacities• Avoid « locked-in » to existing technologies & business models syndroma , for established firms/mature industry EBN – European BIC Network Avenue de Tervuren, 168. B – 1150 Bruxelles Phone: + 32 2 772 89 00 - Fax: +32 2 772 95 74 E-mail: ebn@ebn.eu – Internet : www.ebn.eu
  • Back2interacting connect yourself with your environment• Stimulate creativity at the periphery (on emerging or niches aspects of the business) of the core business units• Take an active part in your ecosystem’s life (ex: poles of competitiveness, clusters, corporate incubators, corporate venturing fund, technoparks, FP7 joint research projects,...)• Develop an acute sense of advanced services amongst your innovation team (Oracle selling associated services & consultancy)• Capture capabilities held by small firms (M&A or others), such as in Biotech (GSK ‘s Centres for excellence in drug discovery)• Open your non core-business IP, and deploy a licensing strategy• Let others develop your non strategic initiatives (Lucent, H-P)• Sponsor communities of young talents (engineering schools, business schools) and of application developers (Ex: Intel, Oracle)• Invest in innovation-based educational program, for valorizing the multi-cultural character of the company, and for picking talents• An innovating company is forced to consistently innovate in its communication (annual report, web-sites,...) EBN – European BIC Network Avenue de Tervuren, 168. B – 1150 Bruxelles Phone: + 32 2 772 89 00 - Fax: +32 2 772 95 74 E-mail: ebn@ebn.eu – Internet : www.ebn.eu
  • Back2downstream the Apps era !The Changing Technology landscape is not only affected bydisruption, but more by the rise of applications, with/without IP@ a hunger for applications,@ the emergence of niches,@ an extreme diversity in applications,@ serial “opportunity spotting”, fast movers and integrators of market intelligence,@ by customer-lead innovation routes,@ by pervasive solutions approaches >>> output: hard, soft & data downstream applications for usable products & services EBN – European BIC Network Avenue de Tervuren, 168. B – 1150 Bruxelles Phone: + 32 2 772 89 00 - Fax: +32 2 772 95 74 E-mail: ebn@ebn.eu – Internet : www.ebn.eu
  • B2territories the place-based theory, the proximity factor• Serious Gaming at Coventry (entrepreneurial) University, Dublin & Galway• Birmingham (real SMEs) Photonics Clusters• Chem2biz basf spin-off incubator in Ludwigshafen• KIS Biotherapies clustering in Nantes• Knowledge Dock regeneration in the Docklands• Creative computer graphics in Darmstadt• Cleantech platform in Lahti• Software development centre for start-ups in Cork• SatNav Galilleo applications incubated in Liège & Lux• An IT community of 100+ start ups in Barcelona• An integrated TT-Incubation-VC-cluster animation system on micro/nano- electronics at Imec in Leuven• Creativity and design crash courses in Sunderland• Mechatronics in Haute-Savoie, Photovoltaics in Savoie,• Creative industries in Trolhattan as a response to automotive EBN – European BIC Network Avenue de Tervuren, 168. B – 1150 Bruxelles Phone: + 32 2 772 89 00 - Fax: +32 2 772 95 74 E-mail: ebn@ebn.eu – Internet : www.ebn.eu
  • B2projects we are in a « project-lead economy »• Networks = an ideal collaborative platform for European projects• European projects = communities of BICs, Companies and other players co-developing, and sharing opportunities• Projects = a networking place with institutions (EC, ESA, GSA, WB, …), a way to connect with them• Projects = a platform where hundreds of clustered innovative small businesses meet big players• Int’l Project management= A living micro-management school! EBN – European BIC Network Avenue de Tervuren, 168. B – 1150 Bruxelles Phone: + 32 2 772 89 00 - Fax: +32 2 772 95 74 E-mail: ebn@ebn.eu – Internet : www.ebn.eu
  • All these new ways to consider Innovation are actually contributing to create an appropriate environmement for « the fifth freedom » : the free movement of ideas and know-how, to create transactions between any knowledge-based players, and to transform our territories into smart open collaborative and attractive places smart & open entreprenrurs & innovators! EBN – European BIC Network Avenue de Tervuren, 168. B – 1150 Bruxelles Phone: + 32 2 772 89 00 - Fax: +32 2 772 95 74 E-mail: ebn@ebn.eu – Internet : www.ebn.eu
  • European BICs Network (EBN) Joe GREANEYAvenue de Tervuren, 168, B-1150 Brussels Tel. +32 (0)2 772 89 00 Fax +32 (0)2 772 95 74 pva@ebn.be www.ebn.eu EBN – European BIC Network Avenue de Tervuren, 168. B – 1150 Bruxelles Phone: + 32 2 772 89 00 - Fax: +32 2 772 95 74 E-mail: ebn@ebn.eu – Internet : www.ebn.eu