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Enterprise Ireland - revealing opportunities in the Irish public sector

Enterprise Ireland - revealing opportunities in the Irish public sector

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  • 4,000 clients supporting about 250k jobs – 135k direct. Exporting companies spend €19bn in economy each year.
  • Public procurement is being targeted by the Irish government in order to stimulate growth in the economy. Currently it is estimated that public procurement supports 250,000 jobs and accounts for an annual spend of approximately €14 billion.

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  • Innovation Through Public Procurement Click to Insert date
    • Introduction to Enterprise Ireland
    • Enterprise Ireland - Operations
    • Irish Public Procurement Market
    • Public Procurement Reform in Ireland
    • Enterprise Ireland’s Public Procurement Unit
    • EI Client Clusters:
      • Cleantech, Energy and Construction
    • Current projects
    • Contacts
  • Enterprise Ireland – the numbers
    • 4,000 clients employing 150,000 people directly (150k+ indirect)
    • Exports of €13bn per year with companies spending €19bn in economy
    • Largest equity investor in Ireland – €75m in development capital
    • € 312m invested has return of €343m
  • Our Global Network North America Boston New York Silicon Valley Toronto SEMEALA Dubai Madrid Mexico Milan Riyadh Sao Paulo Johannesburg CEERN Budapest Moscow Prague Warsaw Stockholm Western Europe Amsterdam Brussels Glasgow London Paris Düsseldorf Asia-Pacific Beijing Seoul Guangzhou Shanghai Hong Kong Sydney Singapore Tokyo Kuala Lumpur New Delhi
  • Enterprise Ireland - Value Chain supporting industry from research to industry Applied Research Pre- Start-up Start-up Established / Scaling Large Strategy/ Marketing Innovation Production & Operations Management Development Export Growth & Job Creation Finance
    • Levels of engagement - Company, Cluster and Sectoral level
    • Build innovation capability and linkages with 3 rd level
    • Price/Cost competitiveness – Lean Programmes
    • Develop leadership/management capability & international partnerships
    • Enterprise Ireland Mission
      • To accelerate the development of world-class Irish companies to achieve strong positions in global markets, resulting in increased national and regional prosperity.
    • Enterprise Ireland Strategy
      • Leadership , innovation and growth are the fundamental themes underpinning our strategy “Transforming Irish Industry”
    • Enterprise Ireland Network
      • 800 people within 10 Irish Offices, and 32 International Offices. HQ in Eastpoint, Dublin.
    Enterprise Ireland - Operations
  • Openness of National Procurement Markets
  • Government Focus on Procurement Reform
    • Procurement Innovation Group
    • 10 Step Guide to Buying Innovation
    • National Procurement Service
    • Innovation Task Force
    • Green Public Procurement
    • EI Public Procurement Unit
  • Capital Investment Programme 2010-2016
    • Sector Focus
    • Software and Services
      • e-Government
      • Business process
    • CleanTech
      • Water & wastewater treatment
      • Renewable energy
    • Health
      • Connected Health
      • Medical Devices
    • Construction
      • Education
      • Health
    • Transport
      • Public Transport
      • Transport Management
  • Opportunities and Issues in Public Sector
    • Public procurement accounts for €14bn expenditure annually, equating to 11.5% of GNP
    • Clients regularly have difficulty identifying and connecting early to emerging opportunities in Ireland
    • Reference sites in Ireland are of key importance as clients seek to participate in public sector contracts in overseas markets
    • Governments are concerned by the levels of participation/success by indigenous SME
    • Contracting authorities are becoming more aware of the wider economic impact of their procurement spend and the role the SME can play in the value chain
    • Sustainable (Green) Public Procurement is emerging as a key driver for change
  • Opportunities for SME Engagement
    • The development of an Organisation Charter for SME engagement on procurement
    • The appointment of an Executive Champion to drive on connection between procurement and wider economic impact
    • Memorandum of Understanding programme for SME Engagement
    • Development and implementation of Innovation Procurement Plans
    • The use of Pre-commercial Procurement for proactive engagement of SME
    • Provide access to key suppliers for better supply chain value-add
  • EI Public Procurement Unit
    • Established in Jan 2010
    • Support “Innovation through procurement” government agenda
    • Conduit for connection between Public Sector Organisations & SMEs / Irish companies and research institutes
    • Raise awareness of innovative capabilities & solutions available in Ireland
    • Contact with senior management & procurement functions in contracting authorities
    • DoE, DCENR, OPW, L.A.’s, Utilities etc
  • Cleantech, Energy & Construction clients
    • Air-to-water heat pump
    • Glen Dimplex
    • Kingspan
    • Heat Recovery Ventilation
    • Glen Dimplex
    • Proair
    • Insulation
    • McHugh
    • Xtratherm
    • Sheep Wool Insulat’n
    • Quinntherm
    • Kingspan
    • Ballytherm
    • Protherm
    • Thermal solar
    • Kingspan
    • Planet Power
    • PV solar
    • Solar Print
    • Acoustic panels
    • Ventac
    • Heating control
    • Cylon
    • Comeragh
    • Glendimplex
    • Kingspan
    • Modular structure
    • Extraspace
    • Roankabin
    • McEvoy (NI)
    • Fanned radiator
    • Solo Rad
    • Glen Dimplex
    • Active glass
    • Smartglass
    Cleantech, Energy & Construction clients applied
    • Anti – contaminant Paint
    • Fleetwood – asthma
    • General Paints - bacterial
  • What Enterprise Ireland can do for Contracting Authorities
    • Access to innovative SME solutions
    • Early connection to emerging innovations
    • Develop collaborative groups and clusters
    • Connecting to third level
    • Experience in major R&D and EU funding programmes
    • Connecting internationally to like-minded organisations and centres of excellence
  • Irish Contracting Authorities
    • HSE – Connected Health
    • ESB - Ecars
    • Local Authorities – River Basin Management
    • OPW/Justice – Police Station of 2017
    • DAA – Passenger Transit enhancement
    • Dep Education – Schools for the Future
  • Case Studies
  • EI Public Procurement Team - Contacts
    • Govt Dept Alliances & Policy - Stephen Hughes
    • [email_address]
    • Lifesciences, Healthcare, IT for Health – Orlagh Murphy [email_address]
    • CleanTech, Energy and Construction – Simon Bradshaw
    • [email_address]
    • Software and Services – Brianne McCarthy
    • [email_address]
    • Industrial & Transport – Maria Gavin
    • [email_address]
    • Global Government Organisations, Tier 1 Aggregators – Evelyn Smith
    • E [email_address]
  • Thank You Innovation Through Public Procurement [email_address] Thank You