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Brainport Eindhoven region – the case of nanomedicine Dr Frans van der Zee, TNO Second OECD-TIP Workshop Smart Specialisation Strategies for Innovation-Driven Growth // Paris, 10-11 May 2012. Brainport Eindhoven region – key figures.

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Brainport Eindhoven region – the case of nanomedicineDr Frans van der Zee, TNO

Second OECD-TIP Workshop Smart Specialisation Strategies for Innovation-Driven Growth // Paris, 10-11 May 2012

brainport eindhoven region key figures
KETs Observatory - RoadmapBrainport Eindhoven region – key figures

Industrial high-tech heart of the Netherlands, located in South-East

Eindhoven and 21 surrounding municipalities (SRE) = NUTS 3 region South-East Brabant

Part of European top technology region Zuidoost-Nederland (ZON) (South-East Brabant and Limburg)

Part of the Eindhoven-Leuven-Aachen triangle (ELAt)

Key figures

Population: 735,000 people

Gross Regional Product: € 27 bn

R&D investment: € 2.2 bn (>80% private business)

region with the highest patent density per inhabitant in Europe

brainport eindhoven region key features
KETs Observatory - RoadmapBrainport Eindhoven region – key features

‘Brainport’ – one of three major pillars of the Dutch economy, together with Seaport Rotterdam and Airport Amsterdam

As a name, label and brand dating back to the early 2000s

Brainport is also well-coordinated and interlinked set of Triple Helix collaborative initiatives to strengthen the region’s economic and innovation base

Governance model Brainport has unique features, building on culture of entrepreneurship, co-operation & high trust, outward-looking / international connectedness

2011 “smartest region in the world (Intelligent Community Forum)

2010 Eurocities award in the category collaboration

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KETs Observatory - Roadmap

Today:an open and innovative ecosystem

brainport eindhoven the recent past and the now
KETs Observatory - RoadmapBrainport Eindhoven: the recent past and the now

‘Brainport’ - active in highly dynamic global markets, characterised by:

Volatility

Speed

High R&D-intensity (R&D expenditures and framework conditions)

High knowledge intensity (skills base!)

Embedded in and/or ‘orchestrating’ global value chains

Stronger competition on product markets, esp. in mass markets

Stronger competition for resources (e.g. carbon; rare earth metals)

Stronger collaboration – vital for survival

brainport eindhoven looking for the right answers for tomorrow
KETs Observatory - RoadmapBrainport Eindhoven – looking for the right answers for tomorrow

Brainport is smart specialisation ‘avant la lettre’

But how to prepare it for the next decade / decades?

Where do we stand today? indicators and qualitative judgement based on self-assessment, independent reviews/analyses

What will the future bring?

Foresight and intelligence – more with less?

Visions / ideas / leadership – not: “copy, paste”

Strategies / roadmaps

Putting visions / ideas into practice: entrepreneurship

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KETs Observatory - RoadmapBrainport Eindhoven – looking for the right answers for tomorrow

Where are tomorrow’s markets and tomorrow’s niches?

What fits? Diversification? Modernisation? Transition/transformation?

How to extend and build new clusters?

How to satisfy need for upscaling and avoid ‘cannibalisation’?

Where can cross-fertilisation best occur?

Is serendipity something you can force / create / stimulate?

Getting the institutions right – triple helix, public-private partnerships, cross-border collaboration

Getting the policies right - EU, national, regional, cross-border (multilevel) / fiscal-subsidy / capital-labour / …

brainport 2020 action programme integral approach
BRAINPORT 2020 ACTION PROGRAMME INTEGRAL APPROACH
  • PEOPLE
  • More technicians
  • Life long learning
  • More international knowledge workers
  • More professionals
  • BUSINESS
  • More starters and fast growers
  • More external companies
  • Strong chains and networks
  • Test beds
  • TECHNOLOGY
  • More private and public R&D
  • Strong international position
  • BASICS
  • Attractive living climate
  • Accessibility
  • Promotion
brainport eindhoven case study nanomedicine
KETs Observatory - RoadmapBrainport Eindhoven – case study nanomedicine

Key issues

Cluster scale – network size / proximity / insourcing

Knowledge base (‘braindrain’ / ‘war for talent’)

Company portfolios & strategies

1) ‘home’/domestic market, 2) economies of scale

Focus on lifetec, health and homecare cluster

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KETs Observatory - RoadmapBrainport Eindhoven – case study nanomedicine

Key issues lifetec, health and homecare cluster

Extending / broadening the cluster – ‘future resilience’

Governance

ELAt – Brainport(multilevel)

cross-border aspects – EU & national opportunities

Institutional and policy renewal

Global value chain aspects

In the study, where possible, we’ll seek complementarities with the Flanders nanohealth case