Innovation exchange to SME

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A long time 1990 - 2003. No genuine requirement for innovation exchange (TT) due to: - poor financing of science - powerless and asset based economy - intense environment for SME - science is not most prestigious anymoreVarious instruments of TT are testedMain instrument

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Innovation exchange to SME Russian experience

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Years 1990 - 2003 No genuine requirement for innovation exchange (TT) in light of: - poor financing of science - feeble and asset based economy - extreme condition for SME - science is not most prestigious any longer Various instruments of TT are tried Main instrument – exchange by brains Not clear circumstance with IPR

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Years 2004 - 2008 Good government and provincial cash began to come to science and instruction Large businesses began to search for mechanical advancement in items and administrations FDI and R&D focuses of vast global partnerships in Russia began to assume vital part Large cash came to wander reserves – more than 2,0 Bln. Euro (half state/half private) Much better political condition for SME, particularly imaginative An a lot of business hatcheries are under development

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Tested TT Instruments Technology representatives TT and counseling focuses Facilities for innovation advancement Information administrations Special projects

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Technology merchants Dozens through Russia Not exactly prevalent and trusted Mostly work for outside organizations Some compelling are from abroad, similar to "Imprimatur Capital" (UK) Brokers' general productivity – many TTs "Selftransfer" is a great deal more viable

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TT and counseling focuses TT Centers (Offices) – around 100, for the most part extraordinary parts of Universities and Research Institutes; some private, 2 Russian-French TTC Consulting and framing focuses – around 20 open: - where and how to be taught and prepared for business, - where and how to get financing, - how not to make wrong strides Patent workplaces – more than 500, private

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TTO as a piece of BRHE program (CRDF)

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FACILITIES FOR TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT Business-Incubators - As a piece of Technoparks inside Universities (64) - Regional (MED + territorial assets), 112 under creation, 39 are open (11 of them are for inventive endeavors) - As components of Special Economic Zones Technoparks (64) - Created by Universities amid USSR period – to brood and market R&R comes about, depended on support by Government Innovative Technological Centers (77) - Self-maintaining offices, most recent phases of reproducing, in part hatching

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Information administrations Knowledge and information bases (RFBR, FASIE, Universities' and RAS') Information assets – (open) (private), (open) Russian-French mechanical system Britain-Russian Innovation Network (BRIN), (8 UK IRCs and 16 RTTN individuals), TO/TR information base – 440 profiles, Russian consortium of data systems RUITC+RTTN+RA (90 BIC, ITC, TTC, TP)

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ANVAR – FASIE, RFR - RTTN More than 100 innovative reviews, nore than 50 TR and TO, 20 ventures 10 workshops "How to make mechanical association with French SME" 3 intermediaries' gatherings with French IRC (South-West, Ile-de-France, Rohne-Alphe) and Russian TTC More than 60 individuals through Russia Training courses "How to make innovative review", "How TT systems work" Innovative Enterprise Initiative by French Ministry of Foreign Affairs

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Special projects UMNIK (SMART) – to bolster youthful trend-setter (up to 28 years), 1000 every year START – seed financing of turn offs from Universities PUSC – Transfer of innovation and group through Partnership of University and Small Company TEMP – help with permitting of innovation from Universities to SME

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PUSC Program - Partnership of Universities and Small Companies Joint Program with Rosnauka To help rather developed Enterprises when they require "bundle" - new innovation and profoundly prepared faculty for it's commercialization Rosnauka accounts University for preparing FASIE helps innovation commercialization by SIE

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PROBLEMS with BI: n ot to numerous customers (Some members of START and UMNIK programs got to be customers) - still frail administration groups and insufficient methodological materials – "How to run business-hatchery effectively" " - restricted instruments for support with TP: - no support by Government with ITC: - still few all around created cases

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PROBLEMS with counseling - Public – not exactly qualified - Private – very costly for seed-and-breed arrange with data administrations - Not notable - Not exactly trusted - Too much "clamor" with regards to logical and innovative proposition accordingly - Nurturing and prototyping now is the weakest component of development chain

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Problems of TT Environment There are no sparing jolt for vast organizations to wind up distinctly innovatively imaginative Quite a substantial segment of logical store is old (staff, comes about, instruments) Scientists are not used to "pitch" their insight to industry, GOSPLAN was the main TT Office The size of utilization of all instruments is still too little to impact national economy Universities are still viewed as for the most part as spots for instruction not for science and development

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Some Hopes The extremely solid political driving forces for inventive economy Mutual comprehension amongst MED and MES about advancement strategy Large national projects and undertakings began – Nanotechnology, ITNR, Glonass, SuperJet, Space, and so on. Improvement of new framework – SEZ, High-Tech Parks, EC – Russia extend for TT systems began inside CIP ( "Gate2RuBIN")

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Gate2RuBIN extend (Russia) Gate to Russian Business and Innovation Networks (Gate2RuBIN) is the Russian proposition for EEN Submitted by a consortium: Union of Innovation Technology Centers of Russia (RUITC) Russian Technology Transfer Network (RTTN) Russian Agency for SME Support (RA) Gate to SMEs (~ 4000) Universities and research focuses (~450) Innovation focuses (~ 100), by means of Russian systems

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Performance Indicators

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