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Swedish Biotech Industry & CONNECT Sweden Orjan Isacson, CEO, CONNECT Sweden BioSpain2004, November 29-30, 2004. Swedish Biotech Clusters. Brand names of global recognition. Karolinska Institutet. The Nobel Price. The largest biotech industries in Europe Number of companies.

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Swedish Biotech Industry

&

CONNECT Sweden

Orjan Isacson, CEO, CONNECT Sweden

BioSpain2004, November 29-30, 2004


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Swedish

Biotech

Clusters


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Brand names of global recognition

  • Karolinska Institutet

  • The Nobel Price


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The largest biotech industries in EuropeNumber of companies

Note: Figures apply to December 2000.

Source: European Commission, “Innovation and competitiveness in European biotechnology”, 2002


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Preclinical development

Target validation

Swedish biotech firms active throughout entire value chain

Target identification

Clinical development


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Examples of unique Swedish databases

  • In-patient care register

  • Generation register

  • Swedish twin register

  • Extensive documentation of bipolar patients

  • Hubin database (schizophrenia)

  • Cancer register

  • Tissue databanks


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Employment fulltime private sector, 2003

Biotech 5,000

Turnover private sector, 2002 (EUR m)

Biotech 1,000

Research & development private sector,

2001 (R&D spending/turnover)

Biotech 17.1%

Largest life science companies

in Sweden, 2003

AstraZeneca (UK)

Pfizer (US)

Amersham Biosciences (UK)

Gambro (Swedish)

Fresenius Kabi (Germany)

Swedish biotech industry - key statistics

Source: Statistics Sweden and ISA, 2004


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High expenditure on R&D2002, percent of GDP

Source: IMD, 2004


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  • …..but despite having:

  • one of the highest R&D expenditures per capita in the world

  • most new patent applications per capita in the world

  • the highest number of scientific publications per capita

  • Sweden has not been creating many new high-tech

  • companies during the last 30 years

  • That is why CONNECT in Sweden was started in 1998


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Mission

To link entrepreneurs with the financial, technical and

business development resources they need in order to

create and develop knowledge-based companies.


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CONCEPT FOR CONNECT

Researchers/

Innovators

Organizations

Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs

CONNECT

Venture Capital

Service Providers

Industrial

Companies


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CONNECT ACTIVITIES FOR GROWTH

LIFE CYCLE STAGE

Maturity

Take-off

Financial Forum

Partnership Forum

Success

Business Angel

Networks

Accelerator

BootCamp

Survival

Springboard

Start

FUNDING STAGE

Seed Start-up Expansion

Pre-start

S2B

Publications

PUBs, Networking Meetings

Courses, Seminars

Best Spin-out Company from Universities


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NUMBER OF START-UP COMPANIES

1200

Accumulated

Vision

(1998)

592

431

280

116

0

18

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2008

Year


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CONNECT SWEDEN’S FIRST 6 YEARS

  • Regional networks 8

  • Regional offices 21

  • Member companies 567

  • Experienced people in the networks 2300

  • Springboards (start-ups packaged) 592

  • Financial Forums 11 (248 companies)

  • Biomedical Partnership Forums 4 (118 companies)

  • Publications for Entrepreneurs 13


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FINANCING

The CONNECT networks in Sweden are mainly financed by fees

for memberships and certain activities and by sponsoring.

CONNECT Sweden, the umbrella organization, is financed by the

Swedish Industrial Development Fund and the Confederation of

Swedish Enterprise.

No Government money involved.


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RESULT FROM SPRINGBOARDS

  • A total of 592 springboards have been completed at the end

  • of 2003. Result:

  • Startups which have received seed money: 225 (38%)

  • (within one year)

  • Total amount of capital received: € 113 million

  • Number of new employees: 1080


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RESULT FROM FORUMS

Financial Forums

Number of Swedish companies – 207

Raised capital - €304 million

Biomedical Partnership Forums

Number of Swedish companies – 75

Raised capital - €196 million


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CONNECT Nordic

CONNECT Sweden

(21 locations)

CONNECT Norway

(5 locations)

CONNECT Estonia

(2 locations)

CONNECT Latvia

CONNECT Denmark

(4 locations)


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A few CONNECT companies….

Cella Vision Buyonet Dressmart Prosta Lund Prover Technology Softline Svenska Test

YoYo Technologies ZoomOn Cureon Probi Absorber, XCounter Bioinvent Angio Genetics

Asta Carotine Bacterium Melacure NeoPharma Sidec UmanGenomics Avancee

NeruNova Biolight D-Flow Energy Optikon Hapax Integrum Intermezzon

LightUp Technologies Multisoft Nanofactory Textile Solutions Unicorn Got-A-Gene Lifline

C Vision Sinova Grozer Shopsense Expoplnet Chemel Prolight

Agaton Fitness Tully’s Coffee Swats Skolboken Fogo ToyCity

Fodum Senaten Active Care Clinitrac Clinical data Care On Position Alpha Helix

Anamar Medical CynerGene AgriSera BioGaía BioPhasia Carlsson Research Global Genomics

Personal Chemistry Q-Sense Tripep Vitrolofe Mando Brevas Spotfire Surgical Science

Innoventus Funplanet Addsystems Lazybee Crest Computer Spectral DiscMap

ProTender MsFreckles Stedman Dev. Per Mail SpaceMetrics Gohandy

Bluice Research Satsafe Elink Right Position Solid Entertainment

Sifira Castella Media Addnature Tourism Planet ICE International

Tacton Carasoft Catasis INID Bluesolid Comperio SnapSend Erri

Startloop Ullmann Communications Consumer Response Partitur Celgen Solutions

Boldsoft Silicide Feubic Avaris Combio Accuro Immunolgy AngioGenetics

MIP Technologies Spectrum Medical Sciences Eutech Medical Micromuscle

Sophion Innate Pharmaceuticals Heptahelix Aditus Medical Athera Biotech Cambrex

Arexis Biolipox Curonia Research AbSorber Karocell Tissue Engineering Calluna

Xenerate Cartella Alligator Bioscience Genovis Bioett Tacton Optimobile Erysave

Synergenix Interactive Speedpart Aquaily OptiQ Radarteam Sweden Morphic Technologies

Add-X Biotech Ludesi Telenvironment Agency9 Sparetime Zeeme Spiro

Knut Cobolt LensWay Viking Helicopter Printon NetOptic Fluido WoodONet

Proligo Glucox Lipocore Holdings MCe Med Orexo Angiometer Hansa Medical

Comfortzone Kronan Trademark Linus MedCoat NordNav Technologies Mitrion

Ray Therapy Scandinavia Sensimor SMM Medical Gatorhole Oncopeptides Cobolt

Bio-Innovation EasyChange Micropos Medical Midorion Biotech Systems Nanoxis Oiido

Parans Daylight Pho2link Tendera Vasasensor LipoPeptide GasOptics Sweden SLX Hydralics

CoolTool Micolo MceMed Vehco BioArtic Neuroscience Ludesi Alfasensor Decuma



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