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Foresight and Implementation Experiences from a Public Private Partnership in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Povo di Trento, 06.10.2003
© Inno AG 2003 Trento/ 06. October 2003 slide 2 Foresight and Implementation The Foresight Process in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern AnalysisInterpretationPrognosis + Implementation
© Inno AG 2003 Trento/ 06. October 2003 slide 3 Mecklenburg-Vorpommern: Far East… Analysis: Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Situation: New Bundesland Agriculture and Tourism Migration of young academics High Unemployment (about 20%) Focus on Research as the Factor of structural change Analysis
© Inno AG 2003 Trento/ 06. October 2003 slide 4 Interpretation Knowledge creates jobs Focussing regional money on technology core competencies in the scientific world, but proof of industrial partnerships Change in the awareness regarding world class standards and commercialisation Introduction of a European dimension Interpretation AnalysisInterpretation
© Inno AG 2003 Trento/ 06. October 2003 slide 5 Prospection AnalysisInterpretationPrognosis Critical mass in innovation competence becomes increasingly important. We are at the edge of critical mass.
© Inno AG 2003 Trento/ 06. October 2003 slide 6 Conclusions Conclusions of the Foresight Process: 1.We have to focus. 2.We integrate our competencies in biotechnology and become international competitive. 3.We create the framework for best possible exploitation of results. 4.Money: Return on research sharpens the research-profile.
© Inno AG 2003 Trento/ 06. October 2003 slide 7 Implementation Analysis InterpretationPrognosisImplementation Biologic System Technology Sceening Technology Genomics Research Focus
© Inno AG 2003 Trento/ 06. October 2003 slide 8 PVA – Enabling Research Venture Capital Research Management IP Asset Management Patent Exploitation
© Inno AG 2003 Trento/ 06. October 2003 slide 9 Public-Private-Partnership Universities ManagementTechnologies A Public Private Partnership
© Inno AG 2003 Trento/ 06. October 2003 slide 10 Offering a portfolio of services to Universities, Policy Makers and Researchers Entrepreneurship Intellectual Property R&D Projects Public Funding Optimising the Effect: PVA-MV AG
© Inno AG 2003 Trento/ 06. October 2003 slide 11 Value creation through the innovation lifecycle Universities Research Projects Intellectual Property Course of exploitation Spin-outs Licensing R&D Projects Return on Research
© Inno AG 2003 Trento/ 06. October 2003 slide 12 Results – 18 Months
© Inno AG 2003 Trento/ 06. October 2003 slide 13 Contact inno group Peter Heydebreck firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: +49 721 91345-0 Department of Education and Research Federal State of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Thilo Streit Werderstraße 124 D-19055 Schwerin Tel.: +49 385 588-7324 Fax: +49 385 588-7083 eMail: email@example.com
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