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Chemical Clusters in Europe – A Comparison
Gerd Meier zu Köcker
Institute for Innovation and Technology (iit)
Brussels, Fe...
European Framework Conditions for Clusters in the
Chemical Industry
 Well developed business environment to reach high le...
Main Industrial Agglomerations in Chemical Industry
Size of Cluster vs. Specialisation*
SpecialisationIndex
Number of enterprises per region
Lazio
Rheinland-Pfalz
Toscana
Ven...
Share of Professional Cluster Managements
Total vs. Chemical Sector
Chemical Cluster are of Similar Size as European Peers
Chemistry
Total
Industrial Driven vs. R&D Driven
Excellentportfolio
Chemistry
Biotech vs. Chemical Clusters
Specialisation vs. Broad Coverage
ChemistryChemistry
Critical Mass and Membership Growth
Chemistry
Chemistry
Biotechnology
Biotech vs. Chemical Clusters
Share of Public Funding Rate of Cluster Organisations
ChemistryExcellence Portfolio
Thematic Priorities of Services Offered
by Clustermanagements
ChemistryExcellence Portfolio
Business Support Services Offered by Cluster-
managements in the Field of Technology and Pro...
ChemistryExcellence Portfolio
Business Support Services Offered by Cluster-
managements in the Field of Internationalisati...
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  1. 1. Chemical Clusters in Europe – A Comparison Gerd Meier zu Köcker Institute for Innovation and Technology (iit) Brussels, February 27, 2014
  2. 2. European Framework Conditions for Clusters in the Chemical Industry  Well developed business environment to reach high levels of productivity  availability of efficient transportation infrastructure and services  good access to a highly qualified labour force  Proximity of suppliers and related and supporting industries  many global players and market leaders  Excellent R&D infrastructure  High factor costs  Fragmented European market  Regulatory environment leads to a significant cost burden for the European chemical industry  Improving framework conditions outside, esp. US
  3. 3. Main Industrial Agglomerations in Chemical Industry
  4. 4. Size of Cluster vs. Specialisation* SpecialisationIndex Number of enterprises per region Lazio Rheinland-Pfalz Toscana Veneto *Data source: European Cluster Observatory High critical mass + high specialisationHigh critical mass + high specialisation High critical mass + low specialisationHigh critical mass + low specialisation Low critical mass + high specialisation Low critical mass + high specialisation Low critical mass + low specialisation Low critical mass + low specialisation Lombardia
  5. 5. Share of Professional Cluster Managements Total vs. Chemical Sector
  6. 6. Chemical Cluster are of Similar Size as European Peers Chemistry Total
  7. 7. Industrial Driven vs. R&D Driven Excellentportfolio Chemistry
  8. 8. Biotech vs. Chemical Clusters Specialisation vs. Broad Coverage ChemistryChemistry
  9. 9. Critical Mass and Membership Growth Chemistry
  10. 10. Chemistry Biotechnology Biotech vs. Chemical Clusters Share of Public Funding Rate of Cluster Organisations
  11. 11. ChemistryExcellence Portfolio Thematic Priorities of Services Offered by Clustermanagements
  12. 12. ChemistryExcellence Portfolio Business Support Services Offered by Cluster- managements in the Field of Technology and Product Development
  13. 13. ChemistryExcellence Portfolio Business Support Services Offered by Cluster- managements in the Field of Internationalisation
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