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STRENGTHENING INNOVATION THROUGH TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS INCUBATOR IN INDONESIA Bambang Subiyanto and Syafrizal Maludin Center for Innovation, Indonesian Institute.

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1 STRENGTHENING INNOVATION THROUGH TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS INCUBATOR IN INDONESIA Bambang Subiyanto and Syafrizal Maludin Center for Innovation, Indonesian Institute of Sciences 3 rd Floor A Building, LIPI Campus Jl. Jenderal Gatot Subroto 10 Jakarta 1270, Indonesia 2011 APEC – Building A Co-incubation Network September 6 – 7, Xian, China

2 Out Line Introduction Indonesian Institute Of Sciences The Role of Center for Innovation in promoting Adoption of Innovation for SMEs National Policy On Innovation and Technology & Business Incubator in Indonesia Summary

3 INTRODUCTION Learning from develop countries it shown the novel technology, market, organizational system play an important role in shifting the welfare of people. Moreover, incubator and supply chain management plays as tools in enhancing the velocity of technology transfer and is required. Many governments have developed specific innovation policies which tended to encourage innovation. These include creating new intermediary organization that help build connections between research and business.

4 INTRODUCTION In other side, innovation climates in developing countries are hampered by weaknesses of other key elements of knowledge-based economies, namely, levels of educational attainment, the business environment and the information infrastructure. Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) initiates to develop new Science Park in Cibinong in 2011. This Science Park and Technology incubator will be included in one program called Cibinong Science Centre (CSC) or ‘Inopolis’ which stands for Innovation and city.

5 INTRODUCTIONINTRODUCTION

6 Major Industries in Indonesia Major industries: petroleum and natural gas, textiles, apparel, and mining. Major agricultural products : palm oil, rice, tea, coffee, spices, and rubber.palm oil riceteacoffeespicesrubber Major industries: petroleum and natural gas, textiles, apparel, and mining. Major agricultural products : palm oil, rice, tea, coffee, spices, and rubber.palm oil riceteacoffeespicesrubber

7 Indonesian Institutes of Sciences (LIPI)

8 ORGANIZATION

9 LOCATION OF RESEARCH CENTERS AND STATIONS Kantor Pusat P2Oseanografi, PMB, P2E, P2Kp, P2P, P2Metalurgi P2B, P2Bt, P2Limnologi KBR Bogor, Cibodas P2Geoteknologi, P3F, P2K INKOM, TELIMEK, ELKOM, UPT BIT, UPT Balai LIN UPT Ambon UPTBitung UPT Biak UPT Tual UPT Lombok UPT P. Pari UPT Lampung UPT Jampang UPT Karangsambung K.R.Purwodadi K.R.Bedugul UPT TTG UPT Pengolahan Mineral StasiunWamena UPT BPPTK

10 Indonesian Institutes of Sciences (LIPI) The Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Indonesia (LIPI, Indonesian Institute of Sciences) was officially established on August 23, 1967. Since its establishment in 1967, it has been restructured three times, in 1986, in 2001 and in 2004.

11 STATUSSTATUS LIPI is a non-departmental research institution belongs to the government. The Chairman of LIPI is directly responsible to the President of the Republic of Indonesia.

12 TASKS To assist the President in: Organizing research and development, To provide guidance and services in scientific and technological enterprises, To conduct strategic and fundamental research in science and technology.

13 THE ROLE OF CENTER FOR INNOVATION IN PROMOTING ADOPTION OF INNOVATION FOR SMEs The Center for Innovation was officially established in June 2001 under the Deputy for Scientific Services of Indonesian Institute of Sciences. The main tasks are to carry out policy formulation and development of business guidelines, provision of commercial services and intellectual property management, and facilitation of innovation processes.

14 THE ROLE OF CENTER FOR INNOVATION IN PROMOTING ADOPTION OF INNOVATION FOR SMEs This center is one among 22 centers and 30 technical implementation units in Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI). Services offered are: –Technology transfer / Technology commercialization / Intellectual Property Management/ Technology licensing strategy development –Technology innovation-based new product development –Technology business incubation management –Business planning development

15 THE ROLE OF CENTER FOR INNOVATION IN PROMOTING ADOPTION OF INNOVATION FOR SMEs Marketing and financing strategy development of newly technology-based businesses Research on management of innovation technology Mentoring and consultancy on innovation adoption Management of Workshops, Symposium, Conference, Seminars and Training on Intellectual Property, Technology Commercialization, Innovation management, and business planning.

16 THE ROLE OF CENTER FOR INNOVATION IN PROMOTING ADOPTION OF INNOVATION FOR SMEs Center for Innovation have initiate and conducting programs to strengthening our national competitiveness which base on innovation technology. This center aim to joint in three contracts with industry and submit fifty technology to Indonesian Patent Office. Center for Innovation have created four small businesses in agricultural sector since 2009.

17 NATIONAL POLICY ON INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY & BUSINESS INCUBATOR IN INDONESIA The Indonesian Government was established the National Committee for Innovation (Komite Inovasi Nasional/ KIN). This committee is expected to strengthening national innovation capacity, to stimulate innovation in culture to deliberate policy recommendation for government to set priority of national program and develop an action plan which includes the budget and infrastructure.

18 NATIONAL POLICY ON INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY & BUSINESS INCUBATOR IN INDONESIA KIN stated that the national innovation system should cover areas of food security, sustainable energy, biotechnology, manufacturing industry, transportation & defence industry, processing of agricultural product, processing of fishery industry and mitigation management.

19 Future Plan New momentum for 2010-2014 (National Mid- Term Development Plan) –National Innovation System Strengthening one of the development priorities. –Higher Education budget for supporting new entrepreneurs 20% of national annual budget for education (including R&D and Entrepreneurship program by educational sectors)20% of national annual budget for education (including R&D and Entrepreneurship program by educational sectors) Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) has plan to establish Bio-Hydro incubator technologyIndonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) has plan to establish Bio-Hydro incubator technology New momentum for 2010-2014 (National Mid- Term Development Plan) –National Innovation System Strengthening one of the development priorities. –Higher Education budget for supporting new entrepreneurs 20% of national annual budget for education (including R&D and Entrepreneurship program by educational sectors)20% of national annual budget for education (including R&D and Entrepreneurship program by educational sectors) Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) has plan to establish Bio-Hydro incubator technologyIndonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) has plan to establish Bio-Hydro incubator technology

20 Future strategic industries 1)What are the target strategic industries? Bio-Hydro based industries 2) Reason(s) for selecting the target industry Huge of raw materialHuge of raw material Many supporting research centers and UniversitiesMany supporting research centers and Universities High potential marketHigh potential market Center government policies to develop maritime based economyCenter government policies to develop maritime based economy 3) Plan to promote the target industry Display Bio-Hydro Technologies from Research centers and UniversitiesDisplay Bio-Hydro Technologies from Research centers and Universities Set up match making between companies and Research centers ProductsSet up match making between companies and Research centers Products 1)What are the target strategic industries? Bio-Hydro based industries 2) Reason(s) for selecting the target industry Huge of raw materialHuge of raw material Many supporting research centers and UniversitiesMany supporting research centers and Universities High potential marketHigh potential market Center government policies to develop maritime based economyCenter government policies to develop maritime based economy 3) Plan to promote the target industry Display Bio-Hydro Technologies from Research centers and UniversitiesDisplay Bio-Hydro Technologies from Research centers and Universities Set up match making between companies and Research centers ProductsSet up match making between companies and Research centers Products

21 West Java JABABEKA Industrial Zone Cibinong Incubator Technology Center RDCs, BIT, PU

22 REGIONAL STATUS: Cibinong Science Center Raiser ikan hias Partnership zone Fish ornament production Germ of Life Garden RDC for Limnolo gy RDC for Biology RDC for Biotechnolo gy RDC for Biomaterials Location of Incubator Technology

23 REGIONAL STATUS Center of Bio-based Marine R&D Already existing RDC for Limnology, biology, biotechnology, biomaterial, Oceanography Excellent man power supplyEasy to recruit skilled workers need for knowledge-oriented workforce Indonesia huge of Natural resources Indonesia have plenty of biodiversity in land/forest and marine Needed for commercialization of experiment results Many of experiment results on bio-hydro ready to commercialize Cibinong is a region with good R&D infrastructure, universities & manpower to decades of development bio-based industries.

24 MARKET OF BIO-HYDRO INCUBATOR TECHNOLOGY IN CIBINONG SCIENCE CENTER

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26 Summary Center for Innovation have activities in incubation not in place but spread to each Research Centers Bio-Hydro Incubator Technology will establish in 2012 Want to joint in APEC Co-incubation Network


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