13_Bartlomiej Bodio_Polonya Kümelenme Politikaları


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13_Bartlomiej Bodio_Polonya Kümelenme Politikaları

  1. 1. Polish Cluster Policy 2014-2020. Objectives and principles Bartłomiej Bodio President of Parliamentary Group on Cluster Policy
  2. 2. Current situation of Polish Clustering. Challanges for upcoming years. • There are over 200 Clusters and Cluster Initiatives in Poland. Unfortunately many of them exist only on paper. The reasons for this are many, like e.g: – – – – • • • organizational barriers institutional barriers; economical barriers; mental barriers. However, Cluster Benchmarking analysis show that among all those initiatives, there are around 55 best practices examples, worth following. How to transform quantity into quality? The main challange for Polish Parliament is to create a strategy and Cluster Policy that indicates the best directions for clusters development for upcoming years. http://www.pi.gov.pl/klastry/chapter_95457.asp
  3. 3. Authorities and Institutions working on establishing Cluster Policy 2014-2020 • • • • • • Parliamentary Group on Cluster Policy PARP – Polish Agency for Enterprise Development Polish Employers’ Cluster Association Ministry of Economy Ministry of Regional Development Ministry of Education
  4. 4. Cluster Policy 2014-2020 - main goal The main goal is strengthening innovation and competitiveness of the Polish economy based on intensification of cooperation, interaction and knowledge transfer within clusters and supporting strategic economic specialization Clusters (so called Key Clusters). There are a few principles to follow in order to achive it.
  5. 5. Cluster Policy 2014-2020 Principles • Support for the process of networking, matchmaking and establishing cooperation in the Polish economy. • Combining top-down and bottom-up approach in supporting the development of clusters. • Creation of an effective ecosystem of institutions working on development of clusters. • Integration of public support around the critical clusters (so called Key Clusters) that are competitive for national and regional economy and have have a highest potential for development. • Coordination of public policies and instruments (such as expenditures on infrastructure, R & D, and education) around the Key Clusters. • Private co-financing the development of clusters. http://www.pi.gov.pl/PARPFiles/file/klastry/Polskie_klastry/20121015_Kierunki_i_zalozenia_na_PI.pdf; p.23-24
  6. 6. Proposed division of European Funds for Programs 2014-2020 As part of the Cohesion Policy Funds there will be carried out 6 national programs The total allocation (in millions of euros) € 1,871.80 € 2,228.00 € 1,713.10 € 7,233.60 € 540.30 € 21,533.90 Infrastructure and Environment Intelligent Development Knowledge, Education, Development Digital Poland Eastern Poland Technical Assistance
  7. 7. Best practices - examples LifeScience Kraków cluster (Klaster Life Science) is a platform of cooperation between companies and scientific teams from the field of biotechnology, pharmacy, medicine, cosmetology and environmental protection. The cluster was created in 2006 and brings together seventy entities who are offered access to cooperation network of scientific and business community of life-science sector. The aim of the initiative is to develop stable cooperation between business and science which will make it possible to execute joint R&D projects and commercialize their results. The cluster brings together life-science environments from Małopolska, it coordinates joint undertakings as well as organizes, publishes and facilitates information sharing. It also assists in establishing new contacts within the environment and beyond.
  8. 8. The Aviation Valley is located in the south east of Poland, a region known for its developed aviation industry and pilot training centers. The region is characterized by a big concentration of companies from the aviation industry, research institutes and developed educational and training environment. Most companies within the cluster are located in the Podkarpackie Voivodeship and the heart of the Aviation Valley is located in the capital of that region – Rzeszów. The cluster was established in 2003 at the initiative of entrepreneurs from the aviation industry. At the moment it has more than ninety members. The cluster undertakes many actions both within the country and internationally. Organization and development of a supply chain, or creating good conditions for the development of aviation industry in the region belong to some of the cluster’s activities. Aviation Valley, through its activities, wants to stimulate dynamic development of the region, create more jobs and generally contribute to the increase of living standards.
  9. 9. The National Cluster of Innovative Enterprises (OKIP) focuses companies, organizations, R & D institutions, universities and business institutions that base their activities on a variety of innovations, the exchange of knowledge, transfer of innovative solutions and technologies and the creation of networks. Cluster is a supra association, focusing businesses and institutions from the whole Poland. The Cluster recognizes the potential of companies aimed at innovation, which are characterized by high of quality of research activities and rapidly developing technology. Appreciates those who in their actions are characterized by entrepreneurship and creativity. OKIP sees long-term benefits brought by enhanced collaboration between those who depend on growth through innovation. The I Congress of Polish Clusters in Polish Parliament was organised by OKIP. It was breakthrough event, and so far the most important for the cluster structures and Polish Cluster Policy. Discussed the most important issues related to the cluster.
  10. 10. Thank you for your attention Bartłomiej Bodio President of Parliamentary Group on Cluster Policy