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1 Innovasjon Norge Jan Børre Rydningen Spesialrådgiver

2 2 Hva er Innovasjon Norge? En julenisse? En bank? Et datingbyrå? Et rådgivningsselskap? En reiseoperatør? En utdanningsaktør? Et PR-byrå? ….. og vanskelig å forstå seg på? Svar: en partner for å utvikle suksessbedrifter ?

3 3 Innovasjon Norge • Stiftet 19. desember 2003 som særlovsselskap • Startet sin virksomhet 1. januar 2004 • Drøyt 750 ansatte med kontorer i alle landets fylker og mer enn 30 land. Hovedkontor i Oslo. Administr ere nde direktør Gunn Ovesen Divisjon Norge Siri Bjerke Stab Finn Kr. Aamodt Direktør for reiseliv Per-Arne Tuftin Divisjon Utland Svein Berg Tjenester og programmer Hans Martin Vikdal Strategi og kommunikasjon Katinka G. Leiner Statens Nærings- og Distriktsutviklingsfond Eksportrådet Statens Veiledningskontor for Oppfinnere Norges Turistråd 1. januar 2004

4 4 Formål og Visjon Visjon ”Vi gir lokale ideer globale muligheter” Formål Innovasjon Norge skal fremme bedrifts- og samfunnsøkonomisk lønnsom næringsutvikling i hele landet, og utløse ulike distrikters og regioners næringsmessige muligheter gjennom å bidra til innovasjon, internasjonalisering og profilering. Verdi KAN = Koplende, Ansvarlig, Nyskapende Innovasjon - vi ønsker fornyelse basert på mangfold. – vi ønsker økonomisk vekst gjennom internasjonal konkurransekraft - vi ønsker sterkere innovasjonstakt gjennom innovasjon i samarbeid Innovasjons- miljø E ntreprenør- skap Vekst i bedrifter Internasjonalisering Omdømmebygging

5 5 En kunde-nær organisasjon En markedsnær organisasjon Kompetanse Profilering Nettverk Rådgiving Finansiering INs tjenester

6 6 EØS-rammeverket Bagatellmessig støtte (E&I) SMB-støtte (E) Støtte til opplæring (E&i) Støtte til FoUoI (E&I) Regional støtte (E&I) Investering (E) Krisestøtte er ulovlig – dvs. når: -50% av ”egenkap.” er tapt - derav 25% siste året MEN, vi kan opptre som rasjonell kreditor

7 7 Støtte til FoUoI (IFU/OFU-knaggen) Formål: • FoU med henblikk på utvikling av nye produksjonsmetoder, produkter eller tjenester. (Skille mellom grunnforskning, industriell forskning, utvikling før kommersialisering) Elementer som kan inngå: • Personalutgifter, Instrumenter (leie), Konsulentbistand, Direkte adm. kostnader, Andre kostnader Støtteintensitet: • Industriell forskning; => inntill 75% • Utvikling før kommers.; => inntill 50% (60%) Skiller mellom små ( 250)

8 IFU/OFU - Projects

9 9 Supporting a profitable partnership Competent Norwegian supplier IRD-contract CompetenceReference and/or market channel New or improved product/service/process/method Demanding customer Innovation

10 10 •Promote the development of new products, services, processes or methods with an international market potential. •Upgrading skills and etablishing new relations (networking). •Strengthen the internationalisation of Norwegian Business and Industry •Trigger and release projects and private equity •Value creation in Norway Support scheme objectives No thematic limitations or specific deadline for application. N.B.!

11 11 IRD-contracts creates a ”win-win” situation Norwegian supplier: •New product/new service •Funding •Market access •Improved skills •New relations Demanding customer: •New technology •Reduced risk/cost •Competitiveness •Improved skills •New relations

12 12 From idea to market Idea/ feasibility study R&D prototypeIndustrial prototype/ pilot Volume production Pre-commercial development IRD-contracts Commercial phase Grants to R&D-projects are limited by the state aid rules of the European Union

13 13 IRD-contracts in the innovation process IdeaDevelopmentCommercializationGrowth Tax- incentives Commercial sources Non commercial sources Business Angels Venture Capital & PE Stock Exchange Tax deducation scheme (Skattefunn) R&D grants Risk loans Seed Capital Stipends IRD-contracts Regional development grants International Growth

14 14 In 2008 Innovation Norway will invest 250 million NOK in IRD-contracts

15 Commercialization

16 16 Commercialization through supplier Customer Supplier Market Project Reference

17 17 The demanding customer provides market access Customer Supplier Market Project

18 18 Commercialization through third party Customer Supplier Market Project 3. party

19 19 Shared commercialization Customer Supplier Market 1 Project Market 2

20 Evaluation

21 21 Evaluation of 1200 projects : • 44% of supported projects are commercial successes and more than 75 % are technological successes. • The projects have contributed to a clear improvement of commercial and technical skills • There is a substantial increase in turnover and exports – the annual total turnover of the supported projects exceeds the total grant during ten years ( )! More than 70 % the companies claim that they wouldn’t have carried out the projects without the support from Innovation Norway! N.B.!

22 22 IRD presented as best practice for internationalisation by the EU -” There is a growing international awareness of the great business potential that lies in close cooperation between a supplier and a large demanding customer with a common interest — to develop a unique new product or service.” -”IRDCs are considered to be one of Innovation Norway’s most successful support schemes encouraging both innovation and internationalisation at the same time.” Source: ”Supporting the internationalisation of SMEs”, European Comission 2008Supporting the internationalisation of SMEs

23 23 Characteristics of a successfull IRD- company • Many of the employees have higher education • High ability to innovate and/innovation strategy • Actively involving the partner in the project • Collaboration with a foreign company 50 percent of the companies have less than 5 employees and 2/3 of the companies have existed less than 10 years. NB!

24 24 Why is the grant scheme as success? 1.Demand driven innovation 2.Binding agreement on R&D collaboration based on a win- win situation 3.High demands on the ability and capacity of the Norwegian supplier

25 Conditions

26 26 Projects supported should; 1.generate state-of-the-art products or services 2.have a considerable (international) market potential 3.Accelerate the release of private equity and have a high degree of value added (additionality) 4.show a high degree of value creation in Norway

27 27 The application 1.The applicant – presentation of organisation, strategy, market, business model etc. 2.Finances – financial statement for the last 3 years 3.Agreement – enclose at least a MoU between supplier and customer. 4.Demanding customer– need for development? Why is this a demanding customer? Role and involvement in the project? 5.Presentation of the project – background, goals, novelty, cost, financing, organisation, management, time schedule etc. 6.Market conditions – market potential, competition, profitability, commercialization. 7.Project cost. Spesification of costs and financing of project.

28 28 The agreement • A legally binding agreement between the supplier and the customer • Regulating the collaboration – roles, commitments, IPR and rights to use the results • Responsibility of the partners, but must be approved by Innovation Norway • Documentation should be diveded in to one application and one contractual part • Binding agreement not necessary together with application, but before any payment • MoU should be attached to the application

29 29 Assessment criteria 1.Novelty / uniqueness 2.Degree of research and development 3.Market potential and profitability 4.Market knowledge – business plans 5.Commercial and techonolgical risks 6.The involvement and role of the demanding customer 7.The relations between the supplier and the customer 8.Value creation In larger and more comlex projects Innovation Norway engage external expertise to assess the technological and commercial risks of the project N.B.!

30 30 Innovation Norway can support 25-60% of the eligible costs of the Norwegian supplier • The public support is given to the supplier, normally a small or mediumsized company • Support is limited by the regulations of state aid for research and development. • The applicant should apply for ”Skattefunn” when possible. The support is measured out according to the risk and the potential of the project N.B.! Innovation Norway Supplier Customer

31 31 Company size and type of collaboration determines support level Size of company¹ Small <50 Medium Large >250 Feasibility study50 % 40 % Projects45 %35 %25 % The aid can be increased by a bonus of 15 % if the projects involves a collaboration between at least two independent companies of which at least one is a SME (< 250 employees) or the R&D-activities are carried out in ar least two different EEA-countries. No single undertaking can bear more than 70 % of eligible cost. ¹ Definition is also dependent on the annual turnover or balance and ownership of the company.

32 32 Eligible costs • Personnel costs (hourly cost = 1,0 ‰ of annual salary) • Instruments and equipment¹ • Building and land¹, • Costs of market and contractual research, technical knowledge and patents etc. • Additional overheads and travel expenses • Other operating expenses In case of a subsequent commercial use of demonstration, or pilot projects, any revenue generated must be deducted. N.B.! ¹ To the extent and for the period used for the project

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