We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byFranklin Lambert
Modified over 7 years ago
10-2008 Copyright © Tekes DM 423174 Sapuska – ValueFood for International Markets
10-2008 Copyright © Tekes DM 423174 Significance of food industry Food industry in Europe Largest field of industry Employs more than four million people Food industry in Finland Gross value of production 9.5 billion EUR, value added 2.2 billion EUR Fourth largest field of industry with approximately 1 900 places of business Employs almost 35 000 people Value of export 1.4 billion EUR, value of import 2.9 billion EUR Finnish companies’ revenues from international activities 4.1 billion EUR R&D investments 56 million EUR, 0.6 % of revenues Food chain Employs approximately 300 000 people or 12 % of labour Source: Finnish Food and Drink Industries’ Association
10-2008 Copyright © Tekes DM 423174 Emphasis on small and micro-enterprises 68 % of all companies in the Finnish food industry employ less than five people. Places of business Number of employees Source: Finnish Food and Drink Industries’ Association
10-2008 Copyright © Tekes DM 423174 Tekes’ investments in the food industry 2000–2008 (M€) YearPublic research organisations Company R&D projects Total 20004.75.610.3 20015.56.411.9 20024.63.48.0 20034.4 8.8 20044.46.510.9 20052.35.78.0 20064.38.012.3 20074.45.39.7 2008*0.22.93.1 *By September 9, 2009
10-2008 Copyright © Tekes DM 423174 The vision and mission of Tekes Sapuska programme Vision The SMEs in the Finnish food industry are successful, well- networked and highly specialised. In selected fields the industry has gained significant markets. Mission In selected fields, strong international food brands are being created in close and open cooperation within the Finnish industry. The brands rely on new kinds of business models and high expertise in customer-oriented, tasty, innovative and sustainable food products.
10-2008 Copyright © Tekes DM 423174 Aims of the Sapuska programme Aims for the food industry SMEs: Boosting international growth by utilising networks and innovation activities Increasing R&D activities Creating a working networked model for R&D and innovation Improving business competencies and improving productivity Increasing the networking between companies and other interest organisations both nationally and internationally Aims for the large food enterprises and public organisations: Increasing cooperation between SMEs and large companies Increasing cooperation between food industry and other industries Transferring expertise to SMEs Developing new business models and structures to benefit the SMEs Social and national level aims: Balanced development within the food industry throughout Finland Improving competitiveness in raw material purchases by creating networks Improving public health by better nutrition Incrasing cooperation and dialogue between public financiers and setting common goals
10-2008 Copyright © Tekes DM 423174 Length and budget of the Sapuska programme Sapuska will run from Novermber 1, 2008 to December 31, 2012 Funding MEUR20082009201020112012Total Tekes funding for public research projects 2.0 Tekes grants for companies1.5 2.0 7.0 Tekes loans for companies1.5 2.0 7.0 Coordination and marketing costs 0.10.30.4 1.6 Tekes total0.13.35.44.4 17.6 Public research organisations’ funding 188.8.131.52 15.0 Company funding0.8 Total0.16.49.88.5 33.3
10-2008 Copyright © Tekes DM 423174 Sapuska international activities Cooperation with Nordisk Innovation Center (NICe) and especially BSR Innonet coordinated by NICe Participating EUREKA network and its umbrella EUROAGRI FOODCHAIN Tekes offers SMEs participating the programme funding for market research and developing market strategies also for non-European markets such as the USA, Japan or Russia. Tekes overseas offices are prepared to offer their services for groups of SMEs within the programme.
Ministry of Economy of the Slovak Republic and supporting of innovation development in enterprises 24th June 2013.
Lim Sei cK. SME stands for Small to Medium Enterprise. Different countries define SMEs differently. SMALL-and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs)
DM Copyright © Tekes Digital Product Process.
DM Copyright © Tekes Duration: Funding volume: 50 million euros Contact: Jerri Laine, Tekes Tel:
Tekes – Joy of innovation Pekka Soini, Director General Tekes Aalto Bit Bang
UKTI’s global presence UKTI has more than 1,200 staff in over 100 overseas markets 2.
Tekes’s role in Fostering Innovation in Services RESER Tiina Tanninen-Ahonen Director, Service Innovation Tekes.
The Lisbon strategy and the Hungarian employment strategy László Kordás 29 April 2006 Balatongyörök.
DM The impact of Tekes and innovation activities 2013.
Katri Suorsa Globelics Academy, Tampere June 6, 2008 Intermediating organisations in regional innovation systems:high- technology enterprise survey from.
IP-system supporting SME´s and employment IdeaPilot Finnish Innovation System Fostering Creativity ”How to disseminate awareness among government bodies.
1 © ACADEMY OF FINLAND Academy of Finland 2014: Research knows no boundaries Tiina Jokela PhD, Senior Science Adviser, Strategic Research.
IV Regional Innovation Forum of Pomerania Voivodeship Technology transfer and science & technology parks Finnish Experience Dr. Heikki Kotilainen Deputy.
Leading engineering and expertise service company in industrial equipment segment Etteplan Oyj.
Concepts of Operations DM Copyright © Tekes.
SME Access to Finance & Enterprise Europe Network Georgia Tzenou, National Documentation Centre Enterprise Europe Network-Hellas.
HORIZON 2020 Budget and financial instruments Dr. E. Kakaras Prof. NTUA.
GATEWAY TO FINNISH EXPERTISE 1 Commercialization guidelines – NanoCom and ProNano results Dr. Eeva Viinikka, Business Director Programme Director of National.
Copyright © Tekes Tekes the Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation 5 th May, 2011 Vilnius, Lithuania Way to successful industry related innovations.
Finnish Cleantech Strongholds VII. ISBF, 9 th February 2009 Radoslav Mizera Finpro Vienna.
© 2023 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.