2010 03 02 Horizon 2020 Launch Final

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Presentation launching Ireland’s foreign investment strategy to 2020 http://bit.ly/cMrHNb

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  • 1. Mission Statement
    • IDA will maximise the impact of FDI in the transformation of Ireland into a global hub for innovation and commercialisation, bringing new employment opportunities and economic benefits for all its people by sustaining and winning high quality investment. In collaboration with other stakeholders, IDA will ensure Ireland remains a uniquely attractive environment in which multinational companies can grow.

2. Mission Statement

  • IDA willmaximisethe impact of FDI in the transformation of Ireland into aglobal hub for innovation and commercialisation , bringingnew employment opportunitiesandeconomic benefitsfor all its people by sustaining and winning high quality investment. Incollaborationwith other stakeholders, IDA will ensure Ireland remains auniquely attractive environment in which multinational companies can grow.

3. Current Impact of FDI gh KEY FDI IMPACTS ON THE IRISH ECONOMY - 110 BN Exports - 240,000 Jobs in Total - 50% of Corporation Tax - 19 BN Expenditure - 7 BN Payroll - 73% of Business RD&IWORLD LEADERS CHOOSE IRELAND- 8 of the top 10 in ICT- 8 of the top 10 in Pharmaceuticals- 15 of the top 25 in Medical Devices- More than 50% of the worlds leading Financial Services firms 4. Key Considerations in Strategy

  • Unemployment
  • Balanced Regional Development
  • Relative Competitiveness
  • Growth in Services
  • Sustain and develop existing FDI
  • New Markets
  • Reputation
  • Government Focus Smart Economy
  • Involvement in Broader FDI

5. Megatrends MNC Focus Urbanisation Population Growth Natural Resources Energy Security / Risk Transportation Health / Longevity Focus on Technology 6. Evolution and Future of FDI *Illustrative examples only 7. ICT Evolution and Horizon 2020

  • Basic assembly and test
  • Fortress Europe
  • Localisation packaging and printing
  • Higher level manufacturing
  • Low end services
  • Call centres
  • Software development
  • Advanced manufacturing
  • Product and process development
  • RD&I
  • High end services
  • Content development
  • Supply chain optimisation

1980s 1990s 2000s 8.

  • Current Focus
    • Continuum of research from fundamental to productisation
    • Green IT
    • Convergence
    • High-end Services
    • ICT Equipment
    • Software Products
    • Carrier Services
    • IT Services
    • Activity Based Marketing

Evolution of ICT 9.

  • 2010-2014 Focus
    • ICT increasingly an enabling technology across all sectors, particularly for Life
    • Sciences and Services
    • Sensors, cloud, exascale, stream and unified computing
    • Storage
    • Data centres; Power and Cooling Technologies
    • Software
    • Wireless communication infrastructure
    • Convergence with a focus on personalised medicine, combination medical
    • products, digital media, Green/ Clean, neutraceuticals and financial
    • informatics
    • Enterprise Information Management (EIM)
    • Supporting technology for:
        • Media Broadcasting
        • Photovoltaic solar energy
    • Mobile Device Technologies
    • Bio-Informatics

Ongoing Evolution of ICT 10.

  • Horizon 2020
  • Continuous evolution of ICT products as an enabling technology across
  • all sectors
  • Ubiquitous miniaturisation, nano/ portability
  • New industry players/constituents/models/landscape
  • Virtualization
  • Enterprise Information Management
  • Beyond siliconnew materials

Ongoing Evolution of ICT 11. High Level Goals 2010-2014 62,000 New JobsRegional EconomicDevelopmentEmerging Growth MarketsRD&IInvestments105,000 Impact50% of Investmentsoutside of Dublin and Cork 20% of Greenfield investmentsfrom Emerging Marketsby 2014 Annual 1.7 BNClient Investment by 2014 640 12. Horizon 2020 10 Steps to Transformation

  • TransformationAgenda
  • Employment intensive Services FDI
  • New Forms of FDI
  • Balanced Regional Development
  • Emerging Growth Markets
  • Emerging Companies
  • Brand Ireland New Approaches / Channels
  • Open Innovation
  • Strengthen Irelands value proposition
  • Partner with Team Ireland

13. Horizon 2020 - Initiatives to Drive FDI

  • Strategic need to maintain and grow employment and drive Company Transformation ;

ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS OF TRANSFORMATION- Company-wide Competitiveness Initiatives - Technology Uplift - Skills Uplift - Research and Development- Process Development - Energy Efficiency 14. Horizon 2020 - Initiatives to Drive FDI

  • New Areas of FDI;
  • Convergence -Combined Medical Products
  • - Personalised Medicine
  • - Digital Convergence
  • -CleanTech Convergence
  • - Financial Informatics / Analytics
  • -MedTech- IT - Services
  • Cloud Computing
  • Services Innovation / Growth in Services
  • CleanTech

15.

  • New Approaches / Forms of FDI;
  • Centres of Excellence
  • Develop, TestBed and Internationalise
  • - Domestic market focused MNCse.g. Insurance, Distribution, Telcomms
  • - Major Irish Contractse.g. eHealth Records, Traffic, Water, Energy, Telemedicine
  • Broader FDI;
  • Research Institutes
  • Infrastructure National Deficit
  • Competition
  • National Policy
  • Growth in Mergers & Acquisitions

Horizon 2020 - Initiatives to Drive FDI 16.

    • Supporting Regional Economic Development;
      • Continue to align Property Development Programme to support sectors
      • Leverage Property to secure high impact employment intensive investment
      • Target investments from non traditional sources of FDI
      • Maximise impact from Strategic Investment Projects e.g. high speed International Telecomms connectivity
      • Strong push to maximise last year of 30% ceiling on State Aids in BMW
      • Gateway Focus
      • Sensitive to regional pressure points

Horizon 2020 - Initiatives to Drive FDI 17.

  • New High Growth Markets 20% all greenfield investment by 2014
  • Emerging Companies
  • Brand Ireland Communications
  • Open Innovation;
  • - MNCs / Universities / Institutes of Technology
  • -Tax
  • - Internal / External
  • -Client Base
  • -Diaspora
  • Location Advisors
  • Country / Region / City Partnering Models
  • Arts and Culture as a business

Horizon 2020 - Initiatives to Drive FDI 18. Strengthen Irelands Value Proposition

  • Talent, Technology, Track Record, Taxand theease of doing Business are entry points
  • Sector / Activity / Country Specific
  • Needs Constant Enhancement
  • Example Biopharmaceuticals;
  • -FDA Track Record
  • -National Institute for Bioprocessing and Research Training (NIBRT)
  • -SFI Initiatives
  • -FS Cork Training Centre
  • - Strategic Sites
  • -Cluster Impact
  • -Financial Incentives

19. Partner with Team Ireland

  • Irish Technology Hotspot Companies
  • Mergers and Acquisitions Trends
  • Maximise impact of MNCs on indigenous
  • companies
  • SFI initiatives as magnet for FDI
  • National Leverage of Expertise
  • Universities and Institutes of Technology
  • Various Stakeholders

20. Horizon 2020 Policy Enablers

  • Competitiveness
  • Tax Regime
  • Next Generation Networks