Chemistry Cluster In Europe - A Comparison
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  • 1. Chemical Clusters in Europe – A Comparison Gerd Meier zu Köcker Institute for Innovation and Technology (iit) Brussels, February 27, 2014
  • 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. Main Industrial Agglomerations in Chemical Industry
  • 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. Share of Professional Cluster Managements Total vs. Chemical Sector
  • 6. Chemical Cluster are of Similar Size as European Peers Chemistry Total
  • 7. Industrial Driven vs. R&D Driven Excellentportfolio Chemistry
  • 8. Biotech vs. Chemical Clusters Specialisation vs. Broad Coverage ChemistryChemistry
  • 9. Critical Mass and Membership Growth Chemistry
  • 10. Chemistry Biotechnology Biotech vs. Chemical Clusters Share of Public Funding Rate of Cluster Organisations
  • 11. ChemistryExcellence Portfolio Thematic Priorities of Services Offered by Clustermanagements
  • 12. ChemistryExcellence Portfolio Business Support Services Offered by Cluster- managements in the Field of Technology and Product Development
  • 13. ChemistryExcellence Portfolio Business Support Services Offered by Cluster- managements in the Field of Internationalisation