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Industry & Local Partners Haktan Ak覺n Deputy Secretary General Istanbul Chamber of Industry

襤stanbul, June 5th, 2012


Agenda •  Organised Industrial Parks •  Development Agencies •  Industry – University Partnership


Organised Industrial Parks •  • 

Objective : To locate and develop the industry through a prepared plan Benefits –  –  –  –  – 

Rational use of resources Healthy growth of the city Minimizing the environmetal effects of industry Self management of industry Ease of procedures for the industrialists


Organised Industrial Parks • 

Procedure –  –  –  –  –  –  – 

City plan is prepared by the municipality Rules and regulations are set by the Ministry of Science, Industry and Technology Municipality, chambers or industrial associations may apply to the governorship for an industrial park Governorship of the city evaluates and ministry approves the application Entrepreneurs committee is established under the leadership of the governor Entrepreneurs committee is responsible for the infrastructure, allocating the parcels and act as onestop-shop for the industrialists Entrepereneurs committee remains in charge until the 2/3 of the park is completed and in production


Organised Industrial Parks • 

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256 organised industrial parks in Turkey 34 sector specific parks 8 industrial parks in Istanbul


Development Agencies • 

Objective : To support local development in line with the central development plans via public-private-partnership Established by law Board of Directors

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Governor Mayor Chairman of the Istanbul Chamber of Commerce Chairman of the Istanbul Chamber of Industry Chairman of the Turkish Exporters Assembly Chairman of the Turkish Confederation of Businessmen and Industrialists Chairman of the Independent Industrialists and Businessmen’s Association

Development Committee


Development Agencies • 

Duties and activities –  Coordinates local government branches, municipalities, NGOs –  Prepares regional plans in line with the central and local policies and strategies –  Provides technical and financial support to local projects –  Encourages investment to the city via Investment Support Office


Development Agencies • 

Project support –  –  – 

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Call for proposals Subjects must be compatible with the regional development plan Government offices, NGOs and private institutions may apply

Finance –  –  –  – 

Funds from the central budget Contribution of the governsorship, municipality and chambers EU funds Activity revenues


Industry – University Partnership •  •  • 

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Universities are the centers for the scientific progress Industry requires new technologies to compete and develop Universities have to transform theory to practice in order to contribute to the development of industry and the society Industry – University partnership is essential


Ratio of R&D Expenditures to GDP (%) 0.90

(%)

0.85

0.80

0.73

0.70

0.59

0.60

0.54

0.53

0.60

0.50 0.40

0.84

0.72

0.52 0.48

0.48

0.30 0.20 0.10 2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

Year

Target for 2023 : %3 Data Source: TURKSTAT


Technology Intensity in Manufacturing

Data Source: TURKSTAT, OECD STAN Database


Industry – University Partnership Models in Turkey • 

Project based government supported programs –  Project supports –  Thesis Support Programs •  • 

Conducted by the Ministry of Science, Industry and Technology Provides support to commercialize the scientific studies in universities

–  Establishment of national, international cooperation networks –  Project markets


Industry – University Partnership Models in Turkey • 

Institutional Cooperations – 

Technoparks •  •  •  •  • 

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43 technoparks 1.771 companies 7.927 completed projects 540 million $ export Chambers may be founder and/or partner of the commercial company running these technoparks

Technology Development Centers • 

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Provides technical, financial support and allocates office especially to the SMEs

University-Industry Joint Research Centers • 

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6 centers in Turkey focused on ceramic, textile, automotive , advanced manufacturing and biomedical

Contract Based Programs Conducted by the Universities •  •  • 

Contracted projects Continuous Education Centers Career Programs


Industry – University Partnership Models in Turkey • 

Cooperation Service Centers in Universities •  • 

Provides service to facilitate university-industry cooperation Technology Transfer Offices


Industry-University Pertnership Projects at Istanbul Chamber of Industry

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Industrial Design Project for SMEs Undergraduate Final Projects Master / Doctorate Thesis Support Program Sectoral Cooperation Projects (Textile, Food) Industry-University Cooperation Center & EPlatform


Thank you‌


Industry and Local Partners