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Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme 2007-2013 (CIP) Dr. Zygmunt Krasiński National Contact Point for Research Programmes of the EU Institute of Fundamental Technological Research Polish Academy of Sciences Innovative Congress, Astana, 1-2 July 2010
FP7, CIP and Structural Funds Synergy and complementarity! Different tools and approaches Same Objectives: success of the Lisbon Strategy
CIP Contribute to the Lisbon/ Renewed Lisbon/ EU 2020 strategy for Growth and Jobs by supporting the improvement of the business environment by enhancing competitiveness of European companies, particularly SMEs in the framework of a sustainable development
CIP: Legal base Decision No 1639/2006/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 Oct. 2006 establishing a Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (2007 to 2013) http://ec.europa.eu/enterprise/cip/ciplegalbase_en.htm
CIP objectives 1.Foster the competitiveness of enterprises, in particular of SMEs through innovation 2.Promote all forms of innovation, including eco- innovation 3.Accelerate the development of a sustainable, competitive, innovative and inclusive information society 4.Promote energy efficiency and new renewable energy sources in all sectors, including transport
Time frame, structure and budget Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme 2007-2013 € 3621 million Entrepreneur- ship and Innovation Programme (EIP) € 2166 million € 430 million for eco-innovation Information Communication Technologies Policy Support Programme (ICT-PSP) € 728 million Intelligent Energy Europe Programme (IEE) € 727 million
CIP/EIP objectives Better access to finance for SMEs through venture capital investment and loan guarantee instruments - € 1129 million Business and innovation support services delivered through a network of regional centres: Enterprise Europe Network Promotion of entrepreneurship and innovation Support for eco-innovation Support for policy-making that encourages entrepreneurship and innovation Managed by the DG Enterprise & Industry of the EC. EIP website: http://ec.europa.eu/cip/eip_en.htm
CIP/ICT PSP objectives Developing a single European information space and strengthening the European internal market for ICT and ICT-based products and services Encouraging innovation through the wider adoption of and investment in ICT Developing an inclusive information society and more efficient and effective services in areas of public interest and improving quality of life Managed by the DG Information Society and Media service of the EC. ICT PSP website: http://ec.europa.eu/ict_psp
CIP/IEE objectives Fostering energy efficiency and the rational use of energy sources Promoting new and renewable energy sources and energy diversification Promoting energy efficiency and new energy sources in transport A large part of the IEE programme is managed by the Executive Agency for Competitiveness and Innovation (EACI) on behalf of the EC, IEE website: http://ec.europa.eu/intelligentenergy
Intervention mechanisms 1) Community financial instruments for SMEs 2) Business and innovation support services 3) Pilot and Market replication projects 4) Policy development at Community level as well as at national, regional and local level
11 1. Community Financial Instruments for SMEs Banks Venture capital Fund EU budget SMEs Invests Lends Provides funds Guarantee Society Co-Guarantees
2. Business and innovation support services 600 partner organizations in more than 40 countries, including Russia and Armenia Proximity, full geographical coverage, extension beyond EU Free-of-charge services: Information on EU legislation and policies on EU funding opportunities Assistance to find a business partner for cooperation or technology transfer to achieve internationalization to foster innovation Feedback to the Commission (listening to SMEs)
3. Pilot and market replication projects Projects: First applications or market replications of techniques, products or practices which have been technically demonstrated with success, but owing to residual risk, have not yet significantly penetrated the market and support to interoperability (for ICT based services). Eco-innovation ICT-PSP programme Intelligent Energy Europe programme To partially cover the eligible project costs GRANTS
4. Policy development Networking and cluster schemes Mutual learning for excellence Benchmarking Best practice exchange Meetings of experts Data collection and surveys Analysis and monitoring performance Pro Inno Europe & Europe-Innova Develop and test new or better innovation support tools and promote their wide adoption Support policy analysis, learning and cooperation
Who can apply? A wide range of businesses, organisations and individuals All EU Member states Certain third countries: (a) European Free Trade Association (EFTA) countries which are members of the European Economic Area (EEA), in accordance with the conditions laid down in the EEA Agreement; (b) accession countries and candidate countries benefiting from a pre- accession strategy, in accordance with the general principles and general terms and conditions for the participation of those countries in Community programmes established in the respective Framework Agreements and Association Council Decisions; (c) countries of the Western Balkans, in accordance with the provisions to be determined with those countries following the establishment of Framework Agreements concerning their participation in Community programmes; (d) other third countries, when Agreements and procedures so allow.
Non-EU-member countries participating in the three specific CIP programmes -Entrepreneurship and Innovation Programme (EIP): Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Croatia, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Turkey and Serbia fully participate in the EIP; Israel and Albania, participate in certain parts. -ICT Policy Support Programme (ICT-PSP): Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Croatia and Serbia. Work on participation arrangements with Turkey is under way. -Intelligent Energy Europe Programme (IEE): Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Croatia.
How to apply? Each of the three CIP pillars has a specific annual work programme and support measures Grants for projects and other intervention mechanisms Through calls for proposals (based on the annual WP) launched by the Commission Contracts for studies and other services Covered by calls for tenders launched by the Commission Community financial instruments for SMEs Implemented by the EIF through financial intermediaries (e.g. banks) or specialised funds
Your first step: http://ec.europa.eu/cip
FP7, CIP and Structural Funds in Poland
CIP Government support in Poland Resolution of the Council of Ministers No 313/2007 Ministry of Economy Polish Agency for Enterprise Development Polish consortia of the Enterprise Europe Network National Contact Points for the CIP
Tasks co-finansed from national budget Provide the financial contribution at the national level for Polish consortia awarded in action ENT/CIP/07/001 (Enterprise Europe Network) Financing of dissemination and promotional activities provided by National Contact Point for the CIP Provide financial contribution for Polish participation in other initiatives under the CIP
Polish Consortia of Enterprise Europe Network Central Poland – Business Support Network Coordinator: Polish Agency for Enterprise Development Business Support Network South Poland Coordinator: Cracow University of Technology Business and Innovation Support for North-East Poland (BISNEP) Coordinator: University of Warsaw B2Europe West Poland Coordinator: Wroclaw University of Technology
Enterpreneurship and Innovation Program EIP Financial Instruments: Polish Bank Association Non-financial Instruments: Polish National Contact Point for Research Programmes of the UE Information Communication Technologies Policy Support Programe ICT PSP Polish National Contact Point for Research Programmes of the UE Intelligent Energy Europe IEE Polish National Energy Conservation Agency National Contact Points for the CIP
Enterprise Europe Network in EECA countries Russia: Moscow: Russian Agency for Small and Medium Enterprises Obninsk: Russian Technology Transfer Network Zelenograd, Moscow: Russian Union of Innovation and Technology Centres Armenia: Yerevan: Fund „Small and Medium Entrepreneurship Development National Center of Armenia”
Enterprise Europe Network in EECA countries Services offered by Enterprise Europe Network: BBS (Bulletin Board Services): technological offeres and requests by comapnies, universities and resaerch centres from abroad. BCD (Business Cooperation Database): comprises the number of business cooperation offers and request inserted by European companies working in different sectors Events – information on events offered by the Network abroad (and in the country) Acctual information on legislation, policies, standards, possible finacial sources etc.
Enterprise Europe Network in Russia
Enterprise Europe Network in Armenia
Thank you very much for your attention! National Contact Point for Research Programmes of the EU Institute of Fundamental Technological Research PAS ul. Żwirki i Wigury 81 02-091 Warszawa tel: 0 22 828 74 83 fax: 0 22 828 53 70 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Contact: Katarzyna Walczyk - Matuszyk email@example.com Zygmunt Krasiński firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
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