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  1. 1. INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY JSC Bartosz Sokoliński Development and Innovations Director POLAND. BUSINESS. CHANGES. INNOVATIONS. TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
  2. 2. HELLO!
  3. 3. 1945-1989 Industry in communism period
  4. 4. Industrial Development Agency (IDA) is a government company that helps Polish companies move from state ownership into the private sector, through corporate restructuring and investment programmes. Headquartered in Warsaw.
  5. 5. Companies in holding 53 Employment 12 564 osoby Revenue 400 mln USD Capitalisation 1,5 bln USD TSLInnovations Shipyards Other
  6. 6. SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONES
  7. 7. EURO-PARK MIELEC Special Economic Zone EURO-PARK MIELEC was the first Polish special economic zone and was established in 1995 during the economic transformation in Poland. The SEZ was set up in the place of the collapsed local aircraft manufacturing giant – a state-owned industrial monoculture, with not only the troublesome heritage of obsolete production assets, but also a long industrial tradition and culture and skilled human resources. The Mielec SEZ is composed of 28 subzones situated mainly in southern-eastern Poland, in the Podkarpacie and Lubelszczyzna regions. It also has subzones located in the voivodships: Zachodniopomorskie, Śląskie and Małopolskie. The total area of plots belonging to the zone amounts to over 1,495 ha. The Manager of the SEZ is Industrial Development Agency. The zone is the leader among Polish SEZs in terms of the number of aviation sector investments projects carried out. The aircraft companies located in the Mielec SEZ are members of the Aviation Valley, the most effectively developing cluster in Poland (it has Key National Cluster status). The maximum amount of state aid for investments carried out within the Mielec Zone stands at: > 50% in areas within the Podkarpackie and Lubelskie voivodships, > 35% in areas within the Zachodniopomorskie and Małopolskie voivodships, > 25% in areas within the Śląskie Voivodship, the above-mentioned limits concern large companies, for medium-sized companies the scale of aid is 10 p.p. higher, and for small companies 20 p.p higher. LOCATION OF INVESTMENT AREAS WITHIN THE MIELEC ZONE Accuracy: poviats Special Economic Zones in Poland INVESTMENT POTENTIAL 37 Special Economic Zones in Poland | Research and Consultancy Services | 2016 | Colliers International 38 Special Economic Zones in Poland | Research and Consultancy Services | 2016 | Colliers International Part of the SEZ’s area in Mielec. The foreground shows so called “zone of small entrepreneurs” – the area developed by local (family) businesses, i.e.: Retech (metal processing), Spiroflex (chimneys) , ZAMTECHNIKA Gladysek (metal processing for furniture industry), PPUH Wojciech Tycner (sanitary fittings) LEADING SECTORS IN THE SEZ AVIATION AUTOMOTIVE METAL PROCESSING PLASTICS IT 185 NUMBER OF INVESTORS 208* ACTIVE PERMITS 18,365 NEWLY CREATED JOBS 10,280 MAINTAINED JOBS PLN 8.6 billion INVESTMENT VALUE Investment areas LUBELSKIE: Lublin, Zamość, Lubartów, Chełm, Radzyń Podlaski, Kraśnik, Rejowiec Fabryczny, Międzyrzec Podlaski. MAŁOPOLSKIE: Gorlice. PODKARPACKIE: Mielec, Kolbuszowa, Leżajsk, Głogów Małopolski, Trzebownisko, Rzeszów, Łańcut, Lubaczów, Jarosław, Sędziszów Małopolski, Ropczyce, Dębica, Krosno, Sanok, Zagórz, Ostrów, Radymno. ŚLĄSKIE: Częstochowa. ZACHODNIOPOMORSKIE: Szczecin. Largest manufacturers BY INVESTMENT EXPENDITURE: > Kronospan Mielec, KIRCHHOFF Polska, Polskie Zakłady Lotnicze, Bilfinger Mars Offshore, MTU Aero Engines Polska, BorgWarner Poland, KRONOSPAN HPL, Firma Oponiarska Dębica. BY NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES: > Lear Corporation Poland II, Polskie Zakłady Lotnicze, Firma Oponiarska Dębica, BRW, BURY, KIRCHHOFF Polska. 40 Special Economic Zones in Poland | Research and Consultancy Services | 2016 | Colliers International IDA JSC SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE EURO-PARK MIELEC Competitive investment climate • developed investment sites in 5 provinces in Poland • income tax exemptions – up till 70% of investment expenditures • high-qualified engineers and professional management personnel • chain suppliers and subcontractors in variety of manufacturing sectors • One-Stop Shop - professional assistance in project development Investment alternatives: GREENFIELD 456 ha of industrial land for project development BROWNFIELD 8 000 m2 of production facilities and office space BUILD-TO-SUIT construction of new production hall with office space according to the entrepreneur’s needs Industrial Development Agency Branch Office in Mielec 25 Partyzantow St. 39-300 Mielec, Poland www.europark.arp.pl ThisadvertisementhasbeenplacedinthisreportattherequestofIndustrialDevelopmentAgencyS.A.(the“EconomicZone”)whohaddeliveredcontenthereoftoColliersInternationalPoland sp.zo.o.Bearinginmindabove,ColliersInternationalPolandsp.zo.o.reserves,thatitshallnotassumeanyresponsibilityforthecontentofthisadvertisementnorforanypotentialbreachesof thirdpartyrightsregardingauthorshiporpublicationofthisadvertisement.
  8. 8. EURO-PARK WISŁOSAN Tarnobrzeg Special Economic Zone EURO-PARK WISŁOSAN was established in September 1997. Originally, it occupied 609 ha of development areas scattered across eastern Poland. The first permit was granted in April 1998. At present, plots belonging to the Tarnobrzeg SEZ cover a total area of 1,743 ha and are located in 4 voivodships: Podkarpackie, Lubelskie, Świętokrzyskie and Podlaskie. In the TSEZ, 310 permits have been granted so far, and companies within it have invested nearly PLN 8.56 billion and employ over 24,100 people. More than 70% of the total invested capital comes from foreign countries. The entrepreneurs represent various branches and specialisations, of which the leaders are: metal and aluminium processing, household appliances, electronics, chemicals, consumer glass, building materials and printing. One of the assets of the TSEZ is that its areas are located in the vicinity of terminals and transhipment stations of the wide-track LHS (Linia Hutnicza Szerokotorowa) railway line, enabling the export and import of goods to and from Eastern Europe and Asia. The zone is the founder of the Vocational Education Cluster, within which many technology parks and incubators operate supporting innovative projects. The SEZ Manager offers investors a diverse range of investment options: greenfield, brownfield and BTS-type projects. TSEZ EURO-PARK WISŁOSAN is managed by Industrial Development Agency S.A. in Warsaw, which in response to current needs set up a branch office in Tarnobrzeg together with offices in Wrocław and Radom. The maximum amount of state aid for investments carried out within the TSEZ stands at: > 50% in areas within the Lubelskie, Podkarpackie and Podlaskie voivodships, > 35% in areas within the Mazowieckie and Świętokrzyskie voivodships, > 25% in areas within the Dolnośląskie Voivodship, the above-mentioned limits concern large companies, for medium-sized companies the scale of aid is 10 p.p. higher, and for small companies 20 p.p higher. LOCATION OF INVESTMENT AREAS WITHIN THE TARNOBRZEG ZONE Accuracy: poviats Special Economic Zones in Poland INVESTMENT POTENTIAL 57 Special Economic Zones in Poland | Research and Consultancy Services | 2016 | Colliers International 58 Special Economic Zones in Poland | Research and Consultancy Services | 2016 | Colliers International The Tarnobrzeg Industrial and Technology Park LEADING SECTORS IN THE SEZ METAL PROCESSING CHEMICALS HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES & ELECTRONICS 133 NUMBER OF INVESTORS 314 GRANTED PERMITS 18,300 NEWLY CREATED JOBS 5,800 MAINTAINED JOBS PLN 8.6 billion INVESTMENT VALUE Investment areas DOLNOŚLĄSKIE: Wrocław – Kobierzyce. LUBELSKIE: Janów Lubelski, Łuków, Kraśnik, Horodło, Ryki, Tomaszów Lubelski. MAZOWIECKIE: Radom, Siedlce, Węgrów, Nowe Miasto nad Pilicą, Przasnysz, Mińsk Mazowiecki. PODKARPACKIE: Tarnobrzeg, Stalowa Wola, Nowa Dęba, Jasło, Przemyśl. PODLASKIE: Łapy. ŚWIĘTOKRZYSKIE: Staszów, Opatów. Largest manufacturers > LG Display Poland > Heesung Electronics Poland 60 Special Economic Zones in Poland | Research and Consultancy Services | 2016 | Colliers International Special attributes for investors: Greenfields - plots from 0,5 ha to 100 ha with complete infrastructure Brownfields - production areas from 1.000 m2 to 7.000 m2 Build to suit projects in attractive locations in Poland High skilled employees in many branches and sectors The highest public aid for investors in Europe – up to 70% of the invested capital Network of suppliers in variety of manufacturing areas Comprehensive investor assistance Activities supporting staff training for TSEZ investors Our achievements: 3 granted permits for investors 27 000 new job places 8 bln PLN for investment projects 480 ha of developed plots in the Zone 50 investors with foreign capital Industrial Development Agency in Warsaw Branch Office in Tarnobrzeg Tarnobrzeg Special Economic Zone EURO-PARK WISŁOSAN 30 Zakładowa St., 39-400 Tarnobrzeg e-mail: biuro@arp.pl tel. 15 822 99 99, www.tsse.arp.pl TARNOBRZEG SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE EURO-PARK 15arp007-prasa 205x275 B.indd 1 11/18/15 3:24 PM ThisadvertisementhasbeenplacedinthisreportattherequestofIndustrialDevelopmentAgencyS.A.(the“EconomicZone”)whohaddeliveredcontenthereoftoColliers InternationalPolandsp.zo.o.Bearinginmindabove,ColliersInternationalPolandsp.zo.o.reserves,thatitshallnotassumeanyresponsibilityforthecontentofthis advertisementnorforanypotentialbreachesofthirdpartyrightsregardingauthorshiporpublicationofthisadvertisement.
  9. 9. NEW ORDERS
  10. 10. WE ASKED OUR CLIENTS?
  11. 11. WE START BUILDING THE SOCIETY
  12. 12. INNOVATION AMBASSADORS INNOVATORS Donors and recipients of technology INNOVATION INVESTORS CLUB
  13. 13. PLATFORMA TRANSFERU TECHNOLOGII Instrument realizacji idei otwartych innowacji ARP – biznes, rozwój, innowacje
  14. 14. donors — recipents
  15. 15. EASY TO HANDLE OPEN STRUCTURE
  16. 16. 1000 TECHNOLOGIES MORE THAN
  17. 17. INNOVATIONS DON’T MEAN ONLY MONEY…
  18. 18. The Global Innovation Index 2017 Innovation Feeding the World TENTH EDITION
  19. 19. The Global Innovation Index 2017 Innovation Feeding the World TENTH EDITION
  20. 20. THEGLOBALINNOVATIONINDEX2017Rankings xviii Country/Economy Score (0 100) Rank Income Rank Region Rank Efficiency Ratio Rank Median: 0.62 Switzerland 67.69 1 HI 1 EUR 1 0.95 2 Sweden 63.82 2 HI 2 EUR 2 0.83 12 Netherlands 63.36 3 HI 3 EUR 3 0.93 4 United States of America 61.40 4 HI 4 NAC 1 0.78 21 United Kingdom 60.89 5 HI 5 EUR 4 0.78 20 Denmark 58.70 6 HI 6 EUR 5 0.71 34 Singapore 58.69 7 HI 7 SEAO 1 0.62 63 Finland 58.49 8 HI 8 EUR 6 0.70 37 Germany 58.39 9 HI 9 EUR 7 0.84 7 Ireland 58.13 10 HI 10 EUR 8 0.85 6 Korea, Rep. 57.70 11 HI 11 SEAO 2 0.82 14 Luxembourg 56.40 12 HI 12 EUR 9 0.97 1 Iceland 55.76 13 HI 13 EUR 10 0.86 5 Japan 54.72 14 HI 14 SEAO 3 0.67 49 France 54.18 15 HI 15 EUR 11 0.71 35 Hong Kong (China) 53.88 16 HI 16 SEAO 4 0.61 73 Israel 53.88 17 HI 17 NAWA 1 0.77 23 Canada 53.65 18 HI 18 NAC 2 0.64 59 Norway 53.14 19 HI 19 EUR 12 0.66 51 Austria 53.10 20 HI 20 EUR 13 0.69 41 New Zealand 52.87 21 HI 21 SEAO 5 0.65 56 China 52.54 22 UM 1 SEAO 6 0.94 3 Australia 51.83 23 HI 22 SEAO 7 0.60 76 Czech Republic 50.98 24 HI 23 EUR 14 0.83 13 Estonia 50.93 25 HI 24 EUR 15 0.79 19 Malta 50.60 26 HI 25 EUR 16 0.84 8 Belgium 49.85 27 HI 26 EUR 17 0.67 47 Spain 48.81 28 HI 27 EUR 18 0.70 36 Italy 46.96 29 HI 28 EUR 19 0.73 31 Cyprus 46.84 30 HI 29 NAWA 2 0.74 28 Portugal 46.05 31 HI 30 EUR 20 0.71 33 Slovenia 45.80 32 HI 31 EUR 21 0.68 44 Latvia 44.61 33 HI 32 EUR 22 0.74 26 Slovakia 43.43 34 HI 33 EUR 23 0.75 25 United Arab Emirates 43.24 35 HI 34 NAWA 3 0.49 104 Bulgaria 42.84 36 UM 2 EUR 24 0.80 15 Malaysia 42.72 37 UM 3 SEAO 8 0.68 46 Poland 41.99 38 HI 35 EUR 25 0.67 48 Hungary 41.74 39 HI 36 EUR 26 0.73 30 Lithuania 41.17 40 HI 37 EUR 27 0.59 84 Croatia 39.80 41 HI 38 EUR 28 0.66 52 Romania 39.16 42 UM 4 EUR 29 0.69 39 Turkey 38.90 43 UM 5 NAWA 4 0.84 9 Greece 38.85 44 HI 39 EUR 30 0.56 87 Russian Federation 38.76 45 UM 6 EUR 31 0.61 75 Chile 38.70 46 HI 40 LCN 1 0.60 77 Viet Nam 38.34 47 LM 1 SEAO 9 0.84 10 Montenegro 38.07 48 UM 7 EUR 32 0.63 62 Qatar 37.90 49 HI 41 NAWA 5 0.61 68 Ukraine 37.62 50 LM 2 EUR 33 0.83 11 Thailand 37.57 51 UM 8 SEAO 10 0.75 24 Mongolia 37.13 52 LM 3 SEAO 11 0.74 27 Costa Rica 37.09 53 UM 9 LCN 2 0.69 43 Moldova, Rep. 36.84 54 LM 4 EUR 34 0.78 22 Saudi Arabia 36.17 55 HI 42 NAWA 6 0.53 96 Kuwait 36.10 56 HI 43 NAWA 7 0.79 18 South Africa 35.80 57 UM 10 SSF 1 0.53 97 Mexico 35.79 58 UM 11 LCN 3 0.61 74 Armenia 35.65 59 LM 5 NAWA 8 0.80 17 India 35.47 60 LM 6 CSA 1 0.66 53 TFYR of Macedonia 35.43 61 UM 12 EUR 35 0.59 80 Serbia 35.34 62 UM 13 EUR 36 0.61 67 Panama 34.98 63 UM 14 LCN 4 0.69 38 Mauritius 34.82 64 UM 15 SSF 2 0.48 109 Global Innovation Index 2017 rankings
  21. 21. Czech Republic 50.98 24 HI 23 EUR 14 0.83 13 Estonia 50.93 25 HI 24 EUR 15 0.79 19 Malta 50.60 26 HI 25 EUR 16 0.84 8 Belgium 49.85 27 HI 26 EUR 17 0.67 47 Spain 48.81 28 HI 27 EUR 18 0.70 36 Italy 46.96 29 HI 28 EUR 19 0.73 31 Cyprus 46.84 30 HI 29 NAWA 2 0.74 28 Portugal 46.05 31 HI 30 EUR 20 0.71 33 Slovenia 45.80 32 HI 31 EUR 21 0.68 44 Latvia 44.61 33 HI 32 EUR 22 0.74 26 Slovakia 43.43 34 HI 33 EUR 23 0.75 25 United Arab Emirates 43.24 35 HI 34 NAWA 3 0.49 104 Bulgaria 42.84 36 UM 2 EUR 24 0.80 15 Malaysia 42.72 37 UM 3 SEAO 8 0.68 46 Poland 41.99 38 HI 35 EUR 25 0.67 48 Hungary 41.74 39 HI 36 EUR 26 0.73 30 Lithuania 41.17 40 HI 37 EUR 27 0.59 84 Croatia 39.80 41 HI 38 EUR 28 0.66 52 Romania 39.16 42 UM 4 EUR 29 0.69 39 Turkey 38.90 43 UM 5 NAWA 4 0.84 9 Greece 38.85 44 HI 39 EUR 30 0.56 87 Russian Federation 38.76 45 UM 6 EUR 31 0.61 75 Chile 38.70 46 HI 40 LCN 1 0.60 77 Viet Nam 38.34 47 LM 1 SEAO 9 0.84 10 Montenegro 38.07 48 UM 7 EUR 32 0.63 62 Qatar 37.90 49 HI 41 NAWA 5 0.61 68 Ukraine 37.62 50 LM 2 EUR 33 0.83 11 Thailand 37.57 51 UM 8 SEAO 10 0.75 24 Mongolia 37.13 52 LM 3 SEAO 11 0.74 27 Costa Rica 37.09 53 UM 9 LCN 2 0.69 43 Moldova, Rep. 36.84 54 LM 4 EUR 34 0.78 22
  22. 22. Ran Switzerland 67.69 1 HI 1 EUR 1 0.95 2 Sweden 63.82 2 HI 2 EUR 2 0.83 12 Netherlands 63.36 3 HI 3 EUR 3 0.93 4 United States of America 61.40 4 HI 4 NAC 1 0.78 21 United Kingdom 60.89 5 HI 5 EUR 4 0.78 20 Denmark 58.70 6 HI 6 EUR 5 0.71 34 Singapore 58.69 7 HI 7 SEAO 1 0.62 63 Finland 58.49 8 HI 8 EUR 6 0.70 37 Germany 58.39 9 HI 9 EUR 7 0.84 7 Ireland 58.13 10 HI 10 EUR 8 0.85 6 Korea, Rep. 57.70 11 HI 11 SEAO 2 0.82 14 Luxembourg 56.40 12 HI 12 EUR 9 0.97 1 Iceland 55.76 13 HI 13 EUR 10 0.86 5 Japan 54.72 14 HI 14 SEAO 3 0.67 49 France 54.18 15 HI 15 EUR 11 0.71 35 Hong Kong (China) 53.88 16 HI 16 SEAO 4 0.61 73 Israel 53.88 17 HI 17 NAWA 1 0.77 23 Canada 53.65 18 HI 18 NAC 2 0.64 59 Norway 53.14 19 HI 19 EUR 12 0.66 51 Austria 53.10 20 HI 20 EUR 13 0.69 41 New Zealand 52.87 21 HI 21 SEAO 5 0.65 56 China 52.54 22 UM 1 SEAO 6 0.94 3 Australia 51.83 23 HI 22 SEAO 7 0.60 76 Czech Republic 50.98 24 HI 23 EUR 14 0.83 13 Estonia 50.93 25 HI 24 EUR 15 0.79 19 Malta 50.60 26 HI 25 EUR 16 0.84 8 Belgium 49.85 27 HI 26 EUR 17 0.67 47 Spain 48.81 28 HI 27 EUR 18 0.70 36 Italy 46.96 29 HI 28 EUR 19 0.73 31 Cyprus 46.84 30 HI 29 NAWA 2 0.74 28 Portugal 46.05 31 HI 30 EUR 20 0.71 33
  23. 23. DECEMBER 29 IT WAS…
  24. 24. THEIDEA
  25. 25. Direct support for entrepreneurs PROMOTION OF OPEN INNOVATION INTANGIBLE ASSETS OR TECHNOLOGY LICENCES PURCHASING CONSULTING SERVICES MAX: 70% MAX: 85%
  26. 26. First form of support CONSULTING SERVICES
  27. 27. legal • technological • busines Consulting services
  28. 28. Mentoring
  29. 29. The purpose of the consultancy will be to determine the needs and to prepare for the purchase of the technology already selected technology technology transfer
  30. 30. up to 85% The maximum subsidy
  31. 31. Announcing the recruitment of advisors: very soon Grant program: Q3/4 2017
  32. 32. Second form of support TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
  33. 33. to a micro, small and medium sized Polish companies
  34. 34. financial support for acquiring ownership or license to use technology
  35. 35. from a scientific units, entrepreneurs, individuals, foundations, associations or foreign entity.
  36. 36. 120transactions
  37. 37. INNOVATIONPRODUCT PROCESS
  38. 38. Minimum requirements: innovation is known and applied nationally under 3 years and is known and used on the international market for not more than 5 years.
  39. 39. 7-9Technology Readiness Level
  40. 40. 1National Smart Specialization at least one
  41. 41. The minimum transaction value: 100K PLN The maximum transaction value: 10M PLN
  42. 42. 2xGrant program a year will start in the Q3/4 of 2017
  43. 43. up to 70% The maximum subsidy
  44. 44. Third form of support PROMOTION OF OPEN INNOVATIONS
  45. 45. a Technological exchanges, meetings, conferences, workshops, trainings, seminars for donors and recipients of technology
  46. 46. a OPEN PROMOTION INNOVATION
  47. 47. 5,5 mln zł72 mln PLN Technology 
 Transfer 5,5 mln PLN Open Innovation Culture 28 mln PLN Consulting 
 Services 28 mln PLN Project Management Budget Budget of Open Innovation Network: 133, 5 mln PLN, European Union Subsidy: 127 mln PLN.
  48. 48. We are looking for innovations
  49. 49. MAKE FOUR INNOVATIONS FOR TOMORROW!
  50. 50. …for innovation… bartosz.sokolinski@arp.pl

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