The role of cluster organisations in supporting the
emergence of new industries by facilitating cross-
sectoral innovation...
Enterprise and Industry
What role for cluster
organisations in facilitating
cross-sectoral innovation
and supporting the
e...
Plan of presentation
1. Blurring of boundaries: new technologies,
service innovation and sustainability demand, can
transf...
Why cross-sectoral collaboration matters?
...offers opportunities for new knowledge combinations
and innovation.
... shape...
Source: Hausmann, Hidalgo et al. – The Atlas of Economic Complexity: Mapping paths to prosperity,
available at http://atla...
Nurturing emerging industries
Cross-sectoral expansion & emerging industries
Number of
DEALS
CREATIVE
EXPERIENCE
CONSTRUCTION
MOBILESERVICES
ARTIFICIALI...
What role for cluster organizations
Cross-border
Cross-sectoral
Value-chain
innovation
SYSTEMIC
APPROACH
“represent a powerful means for de-risking
the development and scale-up of novel
service systems, encouraging engagement
w...
Cluster animated projects for a
"Large-scale Demonstrator" approach
Real-life
Near-market
User-driven
ENTREPRENEURIAL
OPPO...
Example: Intelligent Transport
Expert Panel recommendation:
Demonstrator on sustainable coordinated transport
… to promote...
SME support in COSME / H-2020
Access to
markets
Access to
finance
Emerging
Industries
• Enterprise Europe Network
• Cluste...
Conclusions
1. Supporting cross-sectoral collaboration to unlock
innovation and growth potential
2. Using cluster organisa...
SMEs: Clusters and Emerging Industries Unit (D5)
SMEs and Entrepreneurship Directorate
European Commission, Enterprise and...
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The role of cluster organizations in supporting the emergence of new industries by facilitating cross-sectoral innovation, by Marco Malacarne, European Commission, presented at the 16th TCI Global Conference, Kolding 2013.

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  • 0. International business environment with increasingly interlinked industrial value chainsBlurring of boundaries also affects service & manufacturing industries within and across existing value chains.Emerging industries = new industries and existing industries that evolve into new niches and industriesGlobal competition demands excellence, which means that not all competences and parts of the value chain can be in one region. 4. Not narrow sectoral specialisation increases competitive advantage but diversified specialisation that builds upon diversity of know-how and cross-sectoral spill-overs. Clustering of producers and service providers = sign of eco-system’s diverse mix of related specialisations (the fewer regions/countries can make a product, the better). Clustering can also be sign of rareness of resource allocation (geographical luck).
  • Deals = Cross-sectoral merger & aquisititions and investment.Identification of seven emerging industries: creative industries, experience industries, eco industries, mobile services industries, mobility industries, maritime industries, and personalised medicine/health industries.
  • Channel better support to SMEs to unlock the transformative power of innovation to help shaping new industrial value chains that can develop into emerging industries
  • Final report (2011) of the Expert Panel on Service Innovation in the EUSmart Guide to Service Innovation (2012)
  • TCI2013 Facilitating cross-sectoral innovation

    1. 1. The role of cluster organisations in supporting the emergence of new industries by facilitating cross- sectoral innovation Marco Malacarne New Perspectives on Cluster Development 5 September 2013
    2. 2. Enterprise and Industry What role for cluster organisations in facilitating cross-sectoral innovation and supporting the emergence of new industries? TCI Annual Global Conference, 05.09.2013 Marco Malacarne Head of the “SMEs: Clusters and Emerging Industries” unit
    3. 3. Plan of presentation 1. Blurring of boundaries: new technologies, service innovation and sustainability demand, can transform value chains, sectors, industries and markets 2. Development of emerging industries: new or changing value chains through cross-sectoral fertilisation 3. European approach: strategic partnerships needed to boost economic growth and address societal challenges  large-scale demostrators
    4. 4. Why cross-sectoral collaboration matters? ...offers opportunities for new knowledge combinations and innovation. ... shapes new products, value chains and industries. ... diversifies specialisation patterns that are more likely to boost economic prosperity.
    5. 5. Source: Hausmann, Hidalgo et al. – The Atlas of Economic Complexity: Mapping paths to prosperity, available at http://atlas.media.mit.edu/media/atlas/pdf/HarvardMIT_AtlasOfEconomicComplexity_Part_I.pdf Economic complexity and prosperity Red =countries where natural resources exports > 10% of GDP Blue = countries where natural resources exports <10% of GDP [ECI accounts for 75% of variance]
    6. 6. Nurturing emerging industries
    7. 7. Cross-sectoral expansion & emerging industries Number of DEALS CREATIVE EXPERIENCE CONSTRUCTION MOBILESERVICES ARTIFICIALINTELLIGENCE HEALTH&MEDECINE ICT NEWMATERIALS POLICY&LAW ETHICS&PHILOSOPHY EDUCATION FINANCE SECURITY SENSORS MARKETING&JOUNALISM GEOENGINEERING FOOD ECO MARITIME MOBILITY SPACE WAREHOUSING&STORAGEMANAGEMENT&BUSINESSSERVICES WELLBEING&ACTIVEAGEING CREATIVE 774 497 0 527 0 114 530 129 0 0 0 1 105 0 501 0 68 68 0 0 0 0 108 0 EXPERIENCE 1521 0 1003 654 131 1224 614 0 0 17 1 605 500 410 0 71 568 516 18 0 10 120 1 CONSTRUCTION 1663 57 0 1023 1075 1025 0 0 0 0 28 0 0 1024 0 52 1022 1118 0 40 1026 0 MOBILE SERVICES 5848 1613 337 5683 614 275 0 0 2 4992 3554 4627 0 68 614 500 195 195 3960 106 0 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 3163 1402 2241 500 275 0 0 0 1591 807 918 0 0 1413 500 196 195 1029 5 0 HEALTH & MEDECINE 3800 2204 1671 2 0 3 5 62 229 114 1022 4 1430 1040 1217 220 0 1041 98 ICT 8798 2083 277 0 7 21 5221 3700 4711 1027 5 1169 1538 1225 221 4081 1170 15 NEW MATERIALS 2296 0 0 0 0 500 500 116 1022 0 1012 1522 1023 0 2 1022 0 POLICY & LAW 331 2 0 0 277 0 275 0 0 0 0 0 0 275 2 0 ETHICS & PHILOSOPHY 4 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 EDUCATION 91 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 FINANCE 1835 315 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 9 0 SECURITY 5587 3504 4262 1 0 548 500 26 1 4070 107 0 SENSORS 3707 2813 0 0 545 500 195 195 2925 0 0 MARKETING & JOUNALISM 5019 0 0 2 0 2 0 3957 110 0 GEOENGINEERING 1646 0 3 1022 1022 1 0 1022 0 FOOD 437 71 33 1 0 1 3 0 ECO 2949 502 6 0 70 1 0 MARITIME 1622 1068 0 40 1038 1 MOBILITY 1680 279 91 1026 0 SPACE 306 0 0 0 WAREHOUSING & STORAGE 4337 2 0 MANAGEMENT & BUSINESS SERVICES 1422 0 WELLBEING & ACTIVE AGEING 180 European Cluster Observatory • 1
    8. 8. What role for cluster organizations Cross-border Cross-sectoral Value-chain innovation SYSTEMIC APPROACH
    9. 9. “represent a powerful means for de-risking the development and scale-up of novel service systems, encouraging engagement with stakeholders and users, sharing experience … identifying clusters of expertise and opportunities for partnerships ….” “working back from user-needs to… solutions “move from small-scale prototypes to… larger-scale” Large-Scale Demonstrators http://ec.europa.eu/enterprise/newsroom/cf/_getdocument.cfm?doc_id=7958
    10. 10. Cluster animated projects for a "Large-scale Demonstrator" approach Real-life Near-market User-driven ENTREPRENEURIAL OPPORTUNITIES SOCIETAL CHALLENGES
    11. 11. Example: Intelligent Transport Expert Panel recommendation: Demonstrator on sustainable coordinated transport … to promote more sustainable mobility and reduce the cost of congestion
    12. 12. SME support in COSME / H-2020 Access to markets Access to finance Emerging Industries • Enterprise Europe Network • Cluster Internationalisation • Loan Guarantee Facilities • Venture Capital Funds • Large-Scale Demonstrators • European Strategic Cluster Partnerships
    13. 13. Conclusions 1. Supporting cross-sectoral collaboration to unlock innovation and growth potential 2. Using cluster organisations (and regional policy) to facilitate structural change and innovation 3. Large-scale demonstrators to test new value chains and give rise to emerging industries
    14. 14. SMEs: Clusters and Emerging Industries Unit (D5) SMEs and Entrepreneurship Directorate European Commission, Enterprise and Industry Directorate-General Entr-SMEs-Clusters-and-Emerging-Ind@ec.europa.eu European Cluster Observatory "Emerging Industries" report http://www.clusterobservatory.eu/system/modules/com.gridnine.opencms.modules.eco/providers/ getpdf.jsp?uid=b20af4e5-581d-4462-a3eb-d178e4754011 European Cluster Collaboration Platform http://clustercollaboration.eu Expert Panel on Service Innovation in the EU (2011) final report www.europe-innova.eu/web/guest/innovation-in-services/expert-panel/publications Smart Guide to Service Innovation http://ec.europa.eu/enterprise/policies/sme/regional-sme-policies/documents/no.4_service_innovation_en.pdf

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