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  1. 1. What is the Future?Visions for Global Innovation EcosystemIlkka LakaniemiDirector, Business Environment StrategySenior Fellow, Finnish Business and Policy Forum
  2. 2. Our People 113 73 41 People in Different different percent nationalities countries are women within Nokia
  3. 3. Nokia in Numbers 1.3 BILLION 13 Nokia phones 850,000 Points of sale Nokia sold every users second
  4. 4. More than6 BILLIONMobile phonesubscriptions
  5. 5. GDP Impact of Internet and Broadband Boost GDP more than 1% per Annum in Emerging Economies 10% Point Increase in Broadband Penetration Increases GDP by 10% Point Increase in Mobile 1.3 1.38% Points per Year 1.5 Penetration Increases GDP by 8 0.81% Points per Year 1.2 “Productivity isn’t 1.1 everything, but in the long run it is almost everything. 1.0 A country’s ability to 0.8 0.7 0.7 improve its standard of living over time depends 0.6 almost entirely on its abilityPercentage to raise its output per 0.5 0.4 worker.” points Paul Krugman, The Age of Diminishing Expectations (1994) Fixed Mobile Internet Broadband Source: Qiang, 2009, World Bank High-income economies 5 Low- and middle-income economies Company Confidential
  6. 6. Memorandum of Understanding between Government of SouthAfrica and Nokia Corporation•  To demonstrate its commitment to South Africa, Com m unity   I nvolvem ent   Projects  ( e.g .   Nokia is proposing signing of a Memorandum of Developer   Mobile  Hea lth   a nd  Educa tion,   Environm ent) Understanding between the parties; Com m unity   I nitia tives   (Mobile   Joint  P ublicity   a nd  Aw a reness  •  Memorandum of Understanding and the Monda y,   Ca m pa ig ns T ra ining ,   Com petitions) incorporated Positive Impacts of Mobility Program define the objectives, elements and Pa rtn ersh ip   Ag reem en t   spirit of collaboration; Pa rticipa tion  i n   Na tiona l   (PA) Hig h  L evel   Ma na g em ent   Advisory   a nd  M&E  •  Incorporates strategic projects to support Councils Fra m ew ork Government of South Africa in maximizing the potential of mobility in national development; I CT  P olicy  a nd   Stra teg ic   Solutions   La unches  &   Reg ula tory  •  Owned and coordinated by the Department of Action  Points Content   Pa rtnerships   (e.g .  N LT ) Science and Technology. 6
  7. 7. Open Innovation Africa Summit7
  8. 8. Nokia Data Gathering enables field workers to collect, send and receive information quickly and securely via a mobile phone, at any time and from any place. The solution can be used for data collections needs in sectors such as health, agriculture, environmental conservation, population census and emergency services. Proposal for South Africa: Nokia will provide the NDG platform to Government of South Africa and ensure that relevant government departments have the necessary training to8 fully leverage the potential of the platform.
  9. 9. What is a LABLET ?•  LABLETs are NRC´s extension within the main university partners.•  The main function of the LABLETs is to create seamless collaboration platform for the university and NRC.•  This aims at creation of Nokia relevant Open Innovation environment to get the latest technological innovations and talents to contribute to Nokia.•  LABLET occupies typically 1-2 NRC personnel and 10-20 university students/researchers in projects.•  LABLETs are located within the universities, in the university buildings, where Nokia pays lease. 9
  10. 10. Thank you