1 V A L E N C I A Territoires Métropolitains Innovants Atelier 1. La gouvernance: approche institutionnelle et système d acteurs «Modèles de collaboration pour le development economique des secteurs de hautes technologies» Andreu Llambrich. Directeur FIVEC
2 Objectives of Gecobio model Promote the sector of Health Sciences and Technology in Valencia. Promote the generating and marketing of new products and technological services Promote the scientific and business capacity of Valencia Attract investment and generate business opportunities. Increase the social well-being and quality of life Improve the sanitary environment of the citizens with the creation of new businesses, products and services Promote science-business cooperation Prompt cooperation between scientists-businessmeninvestors-entrepreneurs and professionals of the sector Contribute to a better world Prompt initiatives of development cooperation, channelling products and technological health services to developing countries
3 Based on Capacities of Valencia City Analysis of the Competitiveness of the Health Sciences and Technologies sector in Valencia. (Report 2006 ) Human and Knowledge Capacities Research Capacities Business Capacities 4 Universities 30 careers related to the sector graduates in researchers working in Univ. Research Groups 360 different Research Areas 5 Technological Institutes and 12 Research Centers 720 Researchers in 189 different Research Areas Over 400 publications in 2006 Business Capacities Over companies related to the sector Some world leading companies in specific areas, i.e. IVI Increasing creation of Tech-based companies Valencia recognition is rapidly increasing worldwide
4 Business & Scientific Distribution
5 Action lines and instruments 1. Economic and Scientific Promotion Activities devoted to foster the development of new products and services, the creation of new companies and qualified jobs Activities devoted to the promotion of the Valencian industry and research capacities Venture Capital Fund Projects Promotion Office International scientific-entrepreneurial bilateral workshops Working Breakfast Catalogues, Scientific reports, magazine, 2. Network support through Gecobio.com, providing: Online Knowledge Management Tool, based on the Valencian Knowledge Map (Companies, Universities and Research Centers) Marketplace adapted to the user's knowledge and profile 3. Development Cooperation Program Cooperation projects with Peru, Nicaragua and Guatemala
7 Gecobio.com (Private site) Online Knowledge Management Tool where: each user is registered according to his/her knowledge profile (Knowledge Map) a network of information transfer is established, exclusively among users with the same profile Avoiding over-information Estimation for users registered 200 products 75 services Services for researchers and professionals, companies, entrepreneurs and investors: Information Services: Publication and availability of information personalized by the user Specialised searches: Publications, patents, financial products, Online Technology Market: Catalogue of business products and services Online supply and demand of products and services Funding opportunities and financial products
8 Gecobio Members 4 Hospitals 3 Universities with more than 10 Research Groups 5 Technological Institutes 10 Research Centers 30 Companies (out of companies identified in Valencia) Working hard now on this at the moment Valencia Public Entities: Valencia City Council Regional Government: Health Council + Research and Education Council Chamber of Commerce of Valencia Valencian Community Investments (VCI) Valencia Business Incubator Centre (CEEI) Valencian Business Confederation (CEV) Valencia Trade Fair Institute of Small and Medium Enterprises (IMPIVA) Valencian Institute of Finance (IVF) Networks of Technological Institutes (REDIT) and Universities (RUVID)
9 Scientific-Entrepreneurial Promotion Activities Organization of International scientific-entrepreneurial bilateral workshops Based on one-to-one meetings and visits to enterprise and technological centre facilities First experience: Switzerland, November 2006 Spanish Delegation (73 attendees) 21 companies (500ME joint turnover), 5 Universities, 5 Technological Institutes, 12 Organizations Inaugurated by the mayor of Valencia Swiss Delegation (42 attendees) 15 companies, 5 Universities, 6 Institutes, 4 Official Agencies Secretary of State for Economic Matters Secretary of State for Education and Investigation 70 One to one meetings Working Breakfasts Brief breakfast meetings between members of Gecobio who belong to common areas of knowledge A Key Note Speaker from one or several areas Open debate with members
10 Venture Capital Fund & Projects Promotion Office 30 million Euros focussed on Innovative Sectors Life Sciences, nanotechnology and ICT Mixed Capital 25% Public Funding - Valencian Finance Institute (IVF) 75% Private investors and corporate Investments between 1-3 million euros per project initial phases: Capital seed, start ups, and expansion Preferably those contributing to the strategic development of Valencia Supported by the Projects Promotion Office Collect, evaluate and structure projects susceptible of becoming financed Analyse the financial and technical viability and suitability of the projects Match projects to the appropriate financial product: Venture Capital, BAN, loans, Captación de Inversiones Si información suficiente... A. CANAL DIRECTO Estudio de la operación directamente por la Sociedad Gestora Si información Insuficiente... B. CANAL OPP (Oficina de Promoción de Proyectos) Ayuda en la elaboración de la información necesaria para el comienzo del análisis No analiza ni valora la bondad de la inversión, simplemente posibilita su estudio adecuado Diseñada y supervisada por Möbius Análisis y seguimiento de las inversiones Naci onal Asesoría en Cienc ias de la Vida + Nanotec nología ALITEC Valencia I FCR Sociedad Gestora Asesores I nternacional Asesoría y Co-invers ión en Ciencias de la Vida + Nanotec nología Colaboración Asisten cia Técnica Evaluación Fuentes de financiación en función de su aversión al riesgo - + Rentabilidad percibida Business Emprendedor Angels FFF VC Realistic Bancos Investors Consejo de Supervisión - Riesgo percibido +
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