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1 TAFTIE Expert session “Innovation-oriented ecosystems” September 10, 2014, Gdynia, Poland

2 AGENDA – Welcome and setting the scene – How to build local and regional innovation-oriented ecosystems Mr Marcin Baron, InnoCo – Knowledge-intensive services as a business support instrument Ms Elżbieta Książek, Deputy Director of Poznan Science and Technology Park – Role of ecosystems in intensifying the innovation processes in businesses - examples of ecosystems operating in Poland Mr Łukasz Sztern, PARP – Creating an innovative environment in the region through social innovation Ms Katarzyna Ziemann, Pomeranian Science & Technology Park – Wrap up and key findings from the presentations – Discussion Mr Marcin Baron Ms Elżbieta Książek Ms Katarzyna Ziemann TAFTIE experts – Summary of the expert session

3 “Setting the scene”

4 The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner internet cellular comunication gps microchips operating systems touch screens

5 The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner – really?

6 Where is a place for innovation eco-system?

7 Just a few words about „systems” Being a system means that changes in one part affect other parts. Geoff Mulgan „Joined–Up Innovation. what is systemic innovation and how can it be done effectively?”, NESTA, 2013

8 Role of ecosystems in intensifying the innovation processes in businesses - examples of ecosystems operating in Poland Łukasz Sztern TAFTIE Expert session “Innovation-oriented ecosystems” September 10, 2014, Gdynia, Poland

9 What is the role of ecosystems? The role of ecosystems is to help innovation succed. We want to make innovation (innovative products etc.) worldwide and successful

10 4 local innovation ecosystems Gdańsk/Gdynia Poznań Wrocław Kraków maps.google.com

11 Gdansk/Gdynia Pomeranian Science and Technology Park Network between science and business in areas such as ICT, life science, design, robotics and engineering. Gdansk Science and Technology Park Park is a place where the idea turns into a real cooperation between Voivodship, the city and the Technical University. Gdansk Tech. Univ. TTO Gdansk Medical Univ. TTO „Starter” Incubator We alter the future and way of thinking by creating future winners – from preschoolers to businessmen. Pomeranian Tech. Park „Starter” Incubator Gdansk Tech. Park Gdansk Tech. Univ. Gdansk Medical Univ. maps.google.com

12 Poznan Poznan Science and Tech. Park First Technology Park in Poland (since 1995), links to the Poznan University and R&D institutes Nickel Technology Park Poland’s first non-public technology park, successfully operating. „InQbator” Winner of the "Best Science Based Incubator 2009" Poznan Tech. Univ. TTO Nickel Technology Park Poznan Science Park Poznan University Poznan Tech. University InQbator Poznan University TTO maps.google.com

13 Wroclaw Wrocław Technology Park The biggest technology park in Poland create and stimulate conditions for the use of scientific potential of Wrocław Wrocław Technology Transfer Center First Technology Transfer Center in Poland (since 1995) Wrocław Technology Incubator WCTT Wrocław Agriculture Univ. Wrocław Technology Park Wrocław Incubator Wrocław Technology Univ. Incubator maps.google.com

14 Krakow LifeScience Park A complex designed exclusively with the aim to create the optimum environment for the growth of life sciences. Krakow Technology Park Manages a special economic zone (628 ha), Małopolska Information Technology Park, Incubator and 3 Clusters Jagiellonian Univ. TTO „CITTRU” AGH University of Science and Technology TTO: Incubator Krakow Tech. Univ. TTO Incubator LifeScience Park Krakow Tech. Univ.: TTO AGH TTO AGH Incubator „CITTRU” Krakow Technology Park Krakow Tech. Univ.: Incubator maps.google.com

15 – Lessons learned PARP:BSI: 1.Keep on strengthening of BSI in Poland: management, know-how and skills, new services for SMEs; 2.Create mechanisms for market driven innovation system; 3.Do not weaken BSI network with grant money. 1.Knowledge is the power: inside the organisation, outside the organisation; 2.People are the money: keep professionals within the organisation; 3.Network creates new opportunietes; 4.In order to find clients BSI need to create good marketing strategy.

16 Thank you! Łukasz Sztern PARP Enterprose and Innovation Dep


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