Horizon 2020 - SME Support 2014-2020 - Jean-David Malo - Israel, May 16th 2012

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מצגת בנושא:SME Measures in Horizon 2020 הועברה ע"י:Mr. Jean David Malo, Head of Unit Financial Engineering, DG Research and Innovation, European Commissionביום מידע "מנגנוני הורייזן 2020" לקראת תוכנית המסגרת הבאה למו"פ של האיחוד האירופי שהתקיים במשרדי ISERD 16.5.2012

Text of Horizon 2020 - SME Support 2014-2020 - Jean-David Malo - Israel, May 16th 2012

  • 1. Jean-David MALO SME support Head of Unit C-03 under Financial EngineeringDG Research and InnovationHORIZON 2020 Slides courtesily provided byUnit "Small and Medium-Sized Entreprises" DG Research and Innovation Research and Innovation

2. The Multiannual Financial Framework2014-2020: Commissions proposals 29 June 2011Key challenge: stabilise the financial and economic system whiletaking measures to create economic opportunities 1. Smart & inclusive growth (491bn) Education, Youth, ConnectingHorizonSportEurope Cohesion Competitive Business SMEs2020 2. Sustainable growth, natural resources (383bn) 3. Security and citizenship (18.5bn) 4. Global Europe (70bn) 5. Administration (62.6bn)Total: 1,025bn PolicyResearch andInnovation 3. SME, entrepreneurs, innovationat the core of EU2020 strategyHORIZON 2020COSMERegional funds PolicyResearch andInnovation 4. Horizon 2020 Societal ChallengesIndustrial Leadership Health, demographic change andwell-being Food security, sustainable Leadership in enabling andagriculture, marine and maritime industrial technologiesresearch, and the bio-economy Secure, clean and efficient energy (LEITs) Smart, green and integrated transport Access to risk finance Climate action, resource efficiency Innovation in SMEsand raw materials Inclusive, innovative and securesocieties EIT31748 M*17938 M* Excellent Science European Research Council (ERC) Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) Marie Curie Actions Research infrastructure24598 M**in constant pricesPolicyResearch andInnovation 5. Horizon 2020 Activities for SMEs All forms of R&D and all forms of innovation, towards exploitation and commercialisation SME participation in collaborative R&D or innovation projects(all three priorities) SME instrument (budget from all societal challenges as wellas from the LEITs) Innovation in start-ups, spin-offs and young companies(Eurostars and other measures) Access to risk finance (debt and equity facility) Exchange and mobility of researchers involving SMEs (MarieCurie actions) Links for access to procurements PolicyResearch andInnovation 6. The Analysis Research and Innovation 7. Outcome of impact assessments Less than 50% of industrial partners use the publicly fundedapplied research projects strategically Only about 22% of SMEs participating in EU research programsare strategic innovators Most academics engage with industry to further their researchrather than to commercialise their knowledge Results are not exploited because projects were not designed forexploitation There is a strong relationship between internationalisation andinnovation, but SMEs are not aware of internationalisation supportprogrammes. The information environment of (European) R&D programmes isunattractive and repelling to SMEs PolicyResearch andInnovation 8. Known pitfalls In case of interesting research results SMEs cannot benefit fromthem due to missing IPR strategy in the beginning of the project Projects are "front-loaded" (=R&D centred), insufficient resourcesplanned for exploitation phase SMEs are not encouraged to take the project leadership, butpublic (R&D) organisations lack the entrepreneurial expertise PolicyResearch andInnovation 9. The ConceptResearch andInnovation 10. TARGET SHIFT from SCIENCE with SMEstowardsSMEswith SCIENCESMEs in the driver seat PolicyResearch andInnovation 11. SCOPE SHIFT from TECHNOLOGY segmentation towardsCHALLENGE oriented segmentationMarket driven, bottom-up PolicyResearch andInnovation 12. SYSTEM SHIFTfromSpecialised programme structures towardsINTEGRATIVE architectureSynergies of support measuresPolicy Research and Innovation 13. Horizon 2020Strategic positioningHorizon 2020 Horizon 2020 Eurostars SME instrumentCollaborativeTarget: R&DTarget: Business Researchintensive SME innovation motivated Target: R&D topicsSMEsR&DMarket drivenopportunityprojects drivenprojectsPolicy Research and Innovation 14. The DesignResearch andInnovation 15. Horizon 2020SME instrument? Pre-commercialprocurement Demonstration Concept &Market ReplicationCommercialisationFeasibilityR&D Assessment SME window EUfinancial facilitiesDemonstration, Quality label forIdea to concept,prototyping, testing , successful projects,risk assessment,market replication, scaling access to risk technological & up, miniaturisation, finance, indirectcommercial feasibilityresearchsupportIDEA continued support throughout the projectMARKET PolicyResearch andInnovation 16. Horizon 2020 Phase 1: Concept Phase 2: R&D, Phase 3:and feasibility demonstration,Commercialisation assessmentmarket replication Development,Quality label for successfulIdea/Concept = Business plan I Feasibility of conceptprototyping, testingprojects Risk assessment Piloting innovative Facilitate access to private IP regime processes, products and finance services Partner search Miniaturisation/design of Support via networking , Design studyproductstraining, coaching, information, addressing i.a. Pilot application intention Planning & developing IP management, scaling-up (market Business plan IIknowledge sharing, segments, process etc.) dissemination Market replication SME window in the EU Business plan III financial facilities (debt facility and equity facility) Lump sum: around Cost reimbursement: 50.000 1 to 3 M EC fundingNo direct funding~ 6 months12 to 24 months PolicyResearch andInnovation 17. Horizon 2020 SME instrument main features Targeted at all types of innovative SMEs Only SMEs allowed to apply for funding (single companysupport possible) Competitive Market-oriented, EU dimension Bottom-up while addressing societal challenges and/orkey enabling technologies Grant-based staged fundingPolicy Research and Innovation 18. Horizon 2020The organisation of a mentoring schemeIndustry Network ofInvestors Specialist supportCentral EC Sector innovationNetworks for SMEs management PlaformsAgencies(e.g. EBAN,Coaching/(e.g. Exec. Agency) (Associations, Mentoring Networks(e.g. TAFTIE)EVCA)Clusters) Coaching strategic innovation EENSME/ Start-up Coaching financing Coaching technological innovationPolicy Research and Innovation 19. Horizon 2020 Proposed funding (million euro, 2014-2020) Innovation in SMEs Fostering all forms of innovation in all types of SMEsEurostars, innovation capacity building, 619support to EEN for innovation supportSME support in general, of which a part6 829 (expectedis foreseen for the SME instrument 15% of societal challenges + LEIT) and Access to risk finance PolicyResearch andInnovation 20. Horizon 2020 Next steps: Ongoing: Parliament and Council negotiations on the basis of the Commission proposals Ongoing: Parliament and Council negotiations on EU budget 2014-20 (including overall budget for Horizon 2020) Mid 2012: Final calls under 7th Framework Programme for Research to bridge gap towards Horizon 2020 Mid 2013: Adoption of legislative acts by Parliament and Council on Horizon 2020 1/1/2014: Horizon 2020 starts; launch of 1st calls PolicyResearch andInnovation 21. Horizon 2020Open issues Evaluation and selection based on market relevance How much paper do we need to strike a balance betweena lean administration and a reliable selection Mentoring and coaching: definitions, organisational aspects How to convince potential lead customers and investors ofthe quality of the selection process towards a quality label We are eager to discuss with and tolearn from youPolicy Research and Innovation