1 European instruments and strategies supporting ecoinnovation The role of the Food for Life and KBBE European Technology Platforms in the frame of Horizon2020 Bologna, 8 November 2013 Daniele ROSSI Chairman R&D Expert Group FDE Vice-Chairman ETP Chairman of the collaboration activities of the NTPs Chairman Italian Food for Life SPES GEIE Administrator CEO Federalimentare Servizi S.r.l.
2 The European Technology Platform Food for Life: aims Increase R&D strategy; Coordinate research in Europe and prevent duplication; Promote SME participation, specific programmes and networks; Focus, align and collaborate transnationally between stakeholders; Increase multidisciplinary / cross-sector education and; Optimise knowledge capture and dissemination of knowledge between Member States and towards SMEs.
3 Origin The agro-food sector is the largest manufacturing sector in Europe, but its share of food & drink exports in the world is reducing! need for more Added value The ageing population and changes in lifestyle and dietary patterns have increased the incidence of chronic non-communicable diseases need for Food & health / Add life to years Consumer concerns over food safety and environmental issues need for Food you can trust and Sustainable food production Population numbers Healthy Target population for food industries & public healthcare Communication, Training & Technology Transfer Food & Health Food & Consumer Target population for pharma industries Food Quality & Manufacturing Unhealthy - Food Safety Sustainable Food Production Source Food for Life Food Chain Management
4 History First ideas for an agri-food ETP discussed, October 2004 ETP Food for Life launched July 2005 on basis of Vision Paper Board, Operational Committee and Working Groups formed with good representation of all stakeholders across EU, December 2005 Stakeholders Strategic Research Agenda, February 2006 Recognition by the EU of the ETP s programme on the basis of: financial support through a FP6 Specific Support Action (SSA) the inclusion of SSRA-based priorities in calls of the FP7 KBBE theme Strategic Research Agenda published, September 2007 Implementation Plan, June Published, October 2008 Stakeholders event, March 2010 New Chairmanship on February 2011 Stakeholders event and Innovation Day, November 2011 Newly revised SRIA and Beyond September 2012 ETP Board meetings Feb, May, Sept, Nov 2013 Source: Food for Life SRA
5 Achievements Establishment of 36 National Food Technology Platforms Mobilisation of stakeholder community EC s High Level Group recognised importance of the ETP in 2009 Joint Programming: Recognition of specific F4L priorities in the 2 JPIs Health Diet for a Healthy Life & Agriculture, Food security and Climate Change The establishment of a Food KIC in 2014 Call 2012: Call 6 Total topics in EU Food Research calls 10 Topics based on SRA 2007: Call : Call 2A : Call 2B : Call : Call : Call : Call Overall success rate 90% 8 Source Food for Life
6 Structure Source Food for Life
7 Now five years old becoming a little out-of-date Revision of Strategic Research Agenda Must have an increased emphasis on Innovation to match demand of industry and funding bodies New document is called Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) A web based document that will be continuously revised Available at
8 Scientific challenges of the ETP Food for Life 1 Innovation supported by Communication, Training & Technology Transfer 2 Improve Health, Well-being and Longevity 3 Safe Foods that Consumers can Trust 4 Sustainable & Ethical Production 5 Food Processing, Packaging & Quality 6 Food & Consumers 7 Food Chain Management Objectives Objectives Challenges Objectives
12 36 Food for Life NTPs: think locally, act globally! COORDINATOR: Italian Food for Life
13 WHAT ARE NTPs The consultations on the ETP Stakeholders Strategic Research Agenda held between April 2006 and January 2007 have resulted in National Food Platforms. NTPs are the voice of the national food industry (industry-led, public/private partnerships). National Federations are the key founders, leaders and actors. They are a response to Major European and National Challenges. They represent a valuable means of networking stakeholder communities of the agri-food sector in the MS through the coordination of research, development and innovation activities at national level ( bottom-up approach). They provide an efficient channel for two - way communication with the ETP. They provide support and assistance to new and emerging Platforms.
14 Since April 2006 NTPs were established under the umbrella of Food for Life: 1. ALBANIA 2. AUSTRIA 3. BELGIUM FLANDERS 4. BELGIUM WALOON 5. BULGARIA 6. CZECH REPUBLIC 7. DENMARK 8. ESTONIA 9. FINLAND 10. FRANCE 11. GERMANY 12. GREECE 13. HUNGARY 14. ICELAND 15. IRELAND 16. ISRAEL 17. ITALY 18. LATVIA 19. LEBANON 20. LITHUANIA 21. MONTENEGRO 22. NORWAY 23. POLAND 24. PORTUGAL 25. ROMANIA 26. RUSSIA 27. SERBIA 28. SLOVAKIA 29. SLOVENIA 30. SPAIN 31. SWEDEN 32. SWITZERLAND 33. THE NETHERLANDS 34. TURKEY 35. UKRAINE 36. UNITED KINGDOM
15 Food Industry (leading role) Food Research Community Consumers organisations National Public Bodies Farmers representatives Retailers representatives Financial institutions DRIVE FOOD INNOVATION. PROMOTE A BETTER COORDINATION OF EU FOOD & NUTRITION RESEARCH ACTIVITY. MOBILISE A CRITICAL MASS OF NATIONAL & EU PUBLIC & PRIVATE RESOURCES. ENHANCE COMMUNICATION, TRAINING & TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER.
16 More than industrial companies involved. About 800 research centres/universities & consumers' organisations involved. For a total of more than national stakeholders involved (Industry, Research, Consumers, National Public Bodies, Farmers, Retailers, Financial institutions). Each Platform is open to enlarge the partnership. 1. Rome, Brussels, Brussels, Budapest, Barcelona, Riga, Brussels, Rimini, Budapest, Bonn, Istanbul, Paris, Vienna, Brussels, Paris, Athens,
17 NTPs normally follow a three-stage bottom-up process of development. The same followed by the ETP: A COMMON VISION AN AGREED STRATEGIC RESARCH & INNOVATION AGENDA A COSTED & MANAGED IMPLEMENTATION ACTION PLAN
18 THE KEY ROLE OF F&D FEDERATIONS National Federations are the key founders, leaders and actors. They actively network and coordinate the 36 NTPs so as to exchange experience and best practice and link individual stakeholder groups across national boundaries. They provide support and assistance to new and emerging Platforms. Their involvement is a key factor in differentiating the NTPs from any other research and innovation initiatives. Thanks to their capacity of involving SMEs, NTPs play a key role in overcoming the obstacles that SMEs face when they approach innovation.
19 Partnership with other stakeholders, improving mutual understanding and trust. Overview of new trends/ideas forecasted key research areas at EU level. Increased involvement of Industry in R+D. Framework for technology transfer, tailor made information and communication system for SMEs. Better focus and target ETP proposals, position papers. Promote, organise and conduct precompetitive research projects.
20 ACHIEVEMENTS & RESULTS OF THE COLLABORATION THROUGH NETWORK ACTIVITIES
21 1. MANTAIN & EXTEND THE COLLABORATION OF NTPs Share experiences. Assist the establishment/strengthening of new NTPs. Improve the operation of the existing ones with a focus on fostering innovation.
22 2. IDENTIFICATION OF R&D and INNOVATION PRIORITIES Provide inputs for the identification of the priorities of national and regional R&D&I programmes. Give national feedbacks to ETP strategic documents, proposals and position papers (e.g. ETP STRATEGIC RESEARCH & INNOVATION AGENDA). This process is achieved by establishing and maintaining a regular national dialogue between the food Industry, the research community and the other stakeholders. In this framework it is relevant the activity of the Mirror Group.
23 3. BEST PRACTICES & GUIDELINES These include: TOOLS PROCEDURES BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT PROJECT MANAGEMENT Specific regional and national industry culture and business environment, with emphasis on SMEs, will be taken into account.
24 4. NETWORKS & CLUSTERS OF FOOD INDUSTRY SMEs National, regional and international NETWORKS and CLUSTERS involving research providers and other food chain members to foster the development of: innovation products, processes and services.
25 5. INVENTORY OF FUNDING SCHEMES Provide a guidance for NTPs about the available funding schemes for innovation and R+D activities to implement the priorities of the SRIA at national, regional and transnational level (develop collaborations, projects). It is an overview from European perspective, what is available at national / regional / transnational level. It is important the collaboration with the ETP Mirror Group. It represents a benchmark for discussion with the funding bodies. It is reviewed/updated annually.
26 6. COLLECTION OF SKILLS THAT COMPANIES NEED FOR FUTURE EMPLOYMENT NTPs collected the view of member SMEs and large companies on the skills what they expect from different staff members (YOUNG GRADUATES, TECHNICIANS, SKILLED WORKERS) for future employment. Separate forms have been filled in for each type of employees. NTPs have also provided a rating for each skill (5. Very important, 4. Important, 3. Moderately important, 2. May be useful, 1. Not important).
27 GRADUATES - SMEs TECHNICAL SKILLS DIRECTLY RELATED TO FOOD PROCESSING, FOOD SCIENCE TECHNICAL SKILLS AUSTRIA BELGIUM BELGIUM CZECH F. W. REP. FRANCE GERMANY HUNGARY ICELAND IRELAND ISRAEL ITALY LITHUANIA NORWAY POLAND ROMANIA RUSSIA SWITZER LAND UKRAINE TOT FOR OTHER FIELDS , , ,5 2 PRACTICAL SKILLS AND EXPERTISE MANAGERIAL & BUSINESS SKILLS , , MARKETING & COMMERCIAL SKILLS 3,5 3 3, , ITC SKILLS, OFFICE MANAGEMENT 3, , OTHER SKILLS LIKE LEGAL , LANGUAGE SKILLS
28 TECHNICIANS SMEs TECHNICAL SKILLS DIRECTLY RELATED TO FOOD PROCESSING, FOOD SCIENCE TECHNICAL SKILLS AUSTRIA BELGIUM BELGIUM CZECH F. W. REP. DENMARK FRANCE GERMANY HUNGARY IRELAND ISRAEL ITALY LITHUANIA POLAND ROMANIA RUSSIA SWITZER LAND UKRAINE TOT , FOR OTHER FIELDS PRACTICAL SKILLS AND EXPERTISE MANAGERIAL & BUSINESS SKILLS 2, , MARKETING & COMMERCIAL SKILLS 2, , , ITC SKILLS, OFFICE MANAGEMENT , , OTHER SKILLS LIKE LEGAL , LANGUAGE SKILLS 2, , ,
29 SKILLED WORKERS SMEs TECHNICAL SKILLS DIRECTLY RELATED TO FOOD PROCESSING, FOOD SCIENCE TECHNICAL SKILLS FOR OTHER FIELDS PRACTICAL SKILLS AND EXPERTISE MANAGERIAL & BUSINESS SKILLS MARKETING & AUSTRIA BELGIUM BELGIUM CZECH F. W. REP. DENMARK FRANCE GERMANY HUNGARY ICELAND IRELAND ITALY LITHUANIA NORWAY POLAND ROMANIA RUSSIA SWITZER LAND UKRAINE TOT , , COMMERCIAL SKILLS ITC SKILLS, OFFICE MANAGEMENT 3, , , OTHER SKILLS LIKE LEGAL LANGUAGE SKILLS
30 7. SMEs CAMPAIGN NTPs are realizing a campaign to support innovation of SMEs. The key messages are the same in each country: Increase the awareness of policy makers on the different nature of innovation in the food sector compared to the high-tech sectors; Enhance competitiveness of SMEs through increasing their involvement into implementation of innovation; Propose actions for policy makers for enhancing implementation of research results for innovation at SMEs; Convince SMEs on the benefits of exploiting research results. Goal: involve SMEs in order to introduce incremental innovations (portioning, convenience, reformulation, ready-to-eat, nutritional values ) to enhance the added value of the whole F&D Industry and meet consumers needs.
31 EC FUNDED PROJECTs
33 PORTUGAL FOODS
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