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Published on October 19, 2007

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Slide1:  Turku Science Park- Strong Platform for High Tech Companies Baltic Sea Region University Network. Ilkka Kouvonen Turku11.5.2007 The Global Competitiveness Report 2006-2007:  The Global Competitiveness Report 2006-2007 Source: World Economic Forum, Global Competitiveness Report 2006-2007 Innovation factors Overall Competitiveness Index GDP share of R&D expenditure in Finland:  GDP share of R&D expenditure in Finland R&D input in Finland:  R&D input in Finland Total 5.5 billion euros, 3.5 percent of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in 2005. Sources: Statistics Finland and Tekes Public sector 1.6 billion euros Enterprises 3.9 billion euros Finnish Science Parks:  Agropolis Culminatum Finn-Medi Research Foodwest Helsinki Business & Science Park Joensuu Science Park Kajaani Technology Centre KETEK Central Ostrobothnia Technology Centre Lahti Science and Business Park Mikkeli Techn. Centre Miktech PrizzTech Professia Raahe Region Technology Centre Seinäjoki Technology Centre Technology Centre Hermia Technology Centre Innopark Technology Centre Oy Merinova Technology Centre TechVilla Technology Centre Teknia Technopolis JSP Technopolis Kareltek Ltd Technoplis Plc. Technopolis Ventures Turku Science Park OPERATIVE COMPANIES 24 technology and science parks 630 employees 120 M€ turnover SCIENCE PARKS 2 400 enterprises and organizations 50 000 experts more than 1 030 000 m2 TEKEL Finnish Science Park Association, part of International Association of Science Parks Finnish Science Parks Turku Science Park - strong platform for high-tech:  Turku Science Park - strong platform for high-tech three universities two polytechnics university hospital 13 500 employees 25 000 students 400 professors 300 companies and organisations over 250 000 m2 of premises 5 km², within a walking distance from the city-centre Slide9:  DataCity (1988) 46 000 m² ElectroCity (1989) 16 000 m² BioCity (1992) 37 000 m² EuroCity (1999) 21 000 m² PharmaCity (2001) 21 000 m² OldMill (2000) 13 000 m² Slide10:  Trivium (2001) 8 500 m² Turku High Tech Centre II (2004) 4 800 m² Turku High Tech Centre I (2001) 5 000 m² Intelligate (2006) 6 000 m² ICT Building (2006) 34 000 m² Turku Science Park – one of the oldest, largest and fastest growing science parks in Finland:  Turku Science Park – one of the oldest, largest and fastest growing science parks in Finland Accelerating innovative growth:  To promote businesses based on local university knowlegde Mission External R&D funding, VC and investments to focal areas Number of emloyees in focal areas The city´s and region´s image as a centre for high-tech Strategic goals Accelerating innovative growth Organisational structure undergoing changes:  Organisational structure undergoing changes Turku Science Park Ltd Turku Bio Valley Ltd ICT Turku Ltd Life Science Accelerator Ltd Technology Accelerator Ltd With Karolinska and other partners With other partners Strong City involvement in Turku Science Park:  Strong City involvement in Turku Science Park Slide15:  Business-driven Board of Directors The Chairmen: Tom von Weymarn, The Chairman of the Board, also Chairman of the Board in TeliaSonera Ab and Lännen Tehtaat Plc Tero Hirvilammi, Vice-Chairman of the Board, Deputy Mayor for Competence and Business Development in the city of Turku Board members: Pauliina de Anna, 2nd Vice-Chair of the City Board (City of Turku) Rabbe Klemets, Chairman of the Board in Klemets Management Ltd Seppo Lehtinen, 1st Vice-Chair of the City Board (City of Turku) Björn Mattsson, Chairman of the Board in Patria Plc and Nordkalk Plc Aleksi Randell, Chairman of the City Board (City of Turku) Matti K. Viljanen, Professor, Vice-Rector in University of Turku Solid scientific base - source of innovations and experts:  35 professors 260 scientists 2000 university students 2000 polytechnic students Graduate School 20 new PhDs per year Solid scientific base - source of innovations and experts Focal areas bio and ICT, but our scope is broader:  Drug development Diagnostics Biomaterials Functional foods Software and services Mobile and telecom Electronics and devices Content production HealthBio cluster Maritime cluster Tourism and exp.ind. cluster Food-processing devel.cluster Focal areas bio and ICT, but our scope is broader Forest Industry Future Centre of Expertise Programme :  Centre of Expertise Programme - A fixed term programme, running since 1994, pooling local, regional and national resources to utilize top expertise - Seed funding from Ministry of Interior as catalyzer 2007- 2013 CoE Programme New concept : strenghtening co-operation in selected national Competence Clusters ( 13 ) Focus on internationality both in R&D and in business Boosts the growth of knowledge-intensive companies Attracts international companies, investments and experts Competence Clusters in CoE programme 2007-2013 :  Competence Clusters in CoE programme 2007-2013 HealthBio - Turku co-ordinates Well-being Food-processing development - Turku participates Future energy technologies Ubiquitous computing Digital content business Tourism and experince industry - Turku participates Nano- and microsystems Maritime cluster - Turku co-ordinates * Intelligent machines Forest industry future - Turku participates Living cluster Environmental technology *Machine Technology Centre Turku Ltd Our business development concept:  Our business development concept BUSINESS INCUBATOR Facilitate start-up technology companies Approved business plan, early stage, commitment, will to succeed Facilities, office services, training and consultation, networking, financial support RESULTS 18 years of experience 160 technology companies established Over 850 new jobs created Success rate 85 – 90 % Favourable location in the Baltic Sea Region:  Favourable location in the Baltic Sea Region

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