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ILOILO: A PREMIERE INNOVATION HUB IN THE PHILIPPINES BY 2030 ILOILO INNOVATION ROADMAP V1.2019

CO-CREATED BY THE INNOVATE ILOILO COALITION (A PUBLIC-PRIVATE MOVEMENT)


CONTENTS About Innovate Iloilo

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History

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Innovate Iloilo Framework

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Iloilo Innovation Roadmap v1 10 7 Iloilo Innovation AREAS

Action Points

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Finalizing the Setup of the Iloilo Innovation Council

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Visionary Leadership

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Innovation baseline data

Smart Cities & Communities

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Implementing Catalyst Projects per Innovation Area

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Innovation-Driven Policies & Governance

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Join the movement: How will YOU #InnovateIloilo?

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references

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Globally-Competitive Academe

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Internationally-Recognized R&D Centers

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Innovation-Driven Economy

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Strong Startup Ecosystem

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This is a working document. Updated information will be published in succeeding versions. For access to the files and references of this report, scan this QR code or go to the link: http://bit.ly/innovateiloiloroadmap2019

Published December 2019 by the Innovate Iloilo Coalition: Province of Iloilo | City of Iloilo | Department of Science & Technology Region VI | Iloilo Government, Industry, Academe Council | Iloilo Economic Development Foundation | Iloilo Federation of IT | Iloilo Business Club | Global Shapers Iloilo

All feedback, questions and comments to improve this roadmap are open! For contact information, please proceed to page 23.


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ABOUT INNOVATE ILOILO Innovate Iloilo is a public-private sector movement to make the city & province of Iloilo a premiere innovation hub in the Philippines by 2030. The movement is supported by a coalition composed of various institutions in the City and Province of Iloilo committed to foster the creation of innovations to solve real problems in society and leverages on opportunities that showcase true Ilonggo ingenuity.

VISION Iloilo: a Premiere "Innovation Hub" of the Philippines by the year 2030.

Innovation as defined by Philippine Republic Act No. 11293 or the "Philippine Innovation Act", is the creation of new ideas that results in the development of new or improved policies, products, processes, or services which are then spread or transferred across the market.


WHY INNOVATION? INNOVATION is the prime mover of socio-economic growth. INNOVATION will propel Iloilo to the next level of development. INNOVATION will pave the way for the attainment of Iloilo's aspirations for the people.


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03 HISTORY Innovate Iloilo started as an initial discussion between the private and public sectors in Iloilo City and Province in late 2018. The initial organizations who came together are the Department of Science and Technology, the Iloilo City Local Economic and Investment Promotions Office, Iloilo Province Local Economic Development and Investment Promotions Office, Iloilo Business Club and Iloilo Government, Industry & Academe Council, Iloilo Federation of IT, Global Shapers Iloilo and the Iloilo Economic Development Foundation.

As the months progressed, more stakeholders were engaged and a series of workshops were organized to come up with the framework for Innovate Iloilo.

Innovate Iloilo (www.innovateiloilo.com) was initially launched on August 13, 2019 as a public-private movement to promote innovation in the city and province of Iloilo and make Iloilo an Innovation Hub by 2030. It was further showcased during the first Iloilo Innovation Expo last October 2125, 2019 where the first outline of the Iloilo Innovation Roadmap to 2030 was presented.


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5 In Photos: 1. Presenting Innovate Iloilo plans to Governor of the Province of Iloilo, Toto Defensor. 2. Presenting Innovate Iloilo plans to Mayor of Iloilo City Jerry P. TreĂąas. 3. One of the meetings with stakeholders for the Innovate Iloilo roadmap consultations. 4. Launching of Innovate Iloilo on August 2019. 5. Signing of support

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0 5 INNOVATE ILOILO FRAMEWORK innovationcentric policies & governance

SMART CITIES & COMMUNITIES

INNOVATIONDRIVEN ECONOMY

VISIONARY LEADERSHIP GLOBALLY COMPETITIVE ACADEME

INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED R&D CENTERS

STRONG STARTUP ECOSYSTEM

After a series of workshops with the core groups from various sectors, the seven components for the Innovate Iloilo Roadmap were conceptualized. The elements of the roadmap were initially suggested by the Global Shapers Iloilo as part of the World Economic Forum's framework on how to prepare for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. https://www.weforum.org/projects/cities-and-the-fourth-industrial-revolution Upon suggestion by the Department of Science and Technology Region VI, the roadmap was also aligned to incorporate the indicators from the Global Innovation Index by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) https://www.globalinnovationindex.org The target year of 2030 was also adopted because of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Hence, the Iloilo Innovation roadmap aims to align to the goals to "end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity by 2030." https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/ The roadmap also intends to align with the Western Visayas Regional Development Framework of the Philippine Development Plan drafted by the National Economic Development Authority - http://pdp.neda.gov.ph/


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"In line with the Philippines' commitment in achieving the SDGs, the PSA [Philippine Statistics Authority] Board issued PSA Resolution No. 04 Series of 2016, Enjoining Government Agencies to Provide Data Support to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In this Resolution, all concerned government agencies are enjoined to provide the necessary data support to monitor the country's performance vis-à-vis the SDGs based on the indicator framework that shall be determined by NEDA, PSA and other government agencies.  Further, the Resolution designated the PSA as the official repository of SDG indicators in the Philippines." Source: https://psa.gov.ph/sdg


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"For Region VI, development efforts will be geared towards building a society that is PROGRESSIVE where people are SECURE, HEALTHY, AND HAPPY. This will be manifested by an EMPOWERED PEOPLE and a PROGRESSIVE ECONOMY. People are deemed empowered when they become conscientious stewards of culture, heritage, and natural resources while actively participating in development processes. The economy is said to be progressive if it generates more investments and jobs, and diversified, with high production outputs. " - Western Visayas Regional Development Plan 2017-2022 by the National Economic Development Authority Source: http://nro6.neda.gov.ph/plans/


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ILOILO INNOVATION ROADMAP V1 After the integration of frameworks, small group discussions were done with the key organizations identified as accountable in each of the Seven (7) Innovate Iloilo Components (left image). Each component has an assigned Sectoral Core Group composed of various organizations in Government, Academe, R&D Centers, Private Sector and Startups.

Small group discussions were held since the latter half of 2019 with various organizations in each sectoral core group to identify key objectives and possible catalyst projects for each area. USAID SURGE facilitated the workshop on developing catalyst projects Indicators for each area were aligned to relevant Global Innovation Index (GII) 2019 indicators. It is recommended that data specific to Iloilo should be collected for a more accurate baseline for each indicator.


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Government

ACADEME AND R&D CENTERS

PRIVATE SECTOR & STARTUPS


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OBJECTIVES:

A visionary and progressive leadership by the Iloilo City & Provincial Government leveraging on the active support of various stakeholders particularly the private sector, national government and academe.

iloilo innovation council executive committee

1. Province and City of Iloilo lead the multi-sectoral effort to implement the innovation roadmap. 2. Institutionalize the Iloilo Innovation Council. 3. Ensure a consultative and participatory governance for transparent implementation of programs and projects. 4. Establish a network with international innovation communities, experts, investors, non-profit organizations and governments for sharing of best practices and resources.

RELEVANT GII INDICATORS:

Iloilo Innovation Council

October 23, 2019 Governor of the Province of Iloilo and Mayor of the City of Iloilo sign Executive Orders supporting the creation of the Iloilo Innovation Council and the implementation of this Innovate Iloilo Roadmap.

(L-R) Marissa Segovia, President of the Iloilo Government Industry

Scan the QR to read the EO or go to http://bit.ly/innovateiloiloroadmap2019

Foundation; Jessraf Palmares, Chairman of the Iloilo Federation of IT.

Academe Council; Ro-ann Bacal, Region Director of National Economic Development Authority Region VI; Rebecca Rascon, Regional Director of Department of Trade and Industry Region VI; Rowen Gelonga, Regional Director of Department of Science and Technology Region VI; Francis Cruz, Head of the Iloilo City Local Economic and Investment Promotions Office (representing Mayor Jerry P. Treñas) City of Iloilo, Governor Arthur "Toto" Defensor Jr., Province of Iloilo; Francis Gentoral, Executive Director of the Iloilo Local Economic Development


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13 GOAL: Iloilo as a smart place where efficient decision-making and effective delivery of government services are anchored on innovative and integrated data-driven technologies for intelligent solutions.

SECTOR CORE GROUP:

OBJECTIVES: 1. Inclusive online/digital government services (full implementation of "Ease of Doing Business Law") 2. Improve public safety and reduce crime 3. Put in place reliable, efficient and accessible public transportation 4. Promote efficient utilization of telecommunication services as well as energy and water resources 5. Enhance health and environmental conditions 6. Create responsive disaster and climate-resilient protocols 7. Institutionalize cultural and social services that respond to the needs of special sectors

Planning & Development Office Local Economic and Investment Promotion Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Engineer Agriculturist Information and Communications Technology Management Offices League of Municipalities of the Philippines Iloilo Chapter

RELEVANT GII INDICATORS:


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14 GOAL: A government that puts into place policies, regulations and procedures that support innovation including the development of an innovative mindset among its citizenry.

SECTOR CORE GROUP: Iloilo City Council & Iloilo Provincial Council (Science & Technology / Economic Affairs & Investment Committee Chairs) National Economic &

OBJECTIVES: 1. Establish a public performance measurement dashboard displaying the progress in meeting the local government's performance goals and indicators 2. Improve government digital information/content accesibility (forms are multilingual, websites are compatible across all devices, information is comprehensive and updated) 3. Legislate innovation-related laws and ordinances. 4. Appropriate budgets to support innovationrelated programs, projects and activities

Development Authority VI

RELEVANT GII INDICATORS

As a start, both the Iloilo Provincial Council (Sangguniang Panlalawigan) and Iloilo City Council (Sangguniang Panlungsod) passed resolutions expressing support for the Innovate Iloilo Movement and the implementation of the Iloilo Innovation Roadmap.


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15 GOAL: Iloilo as a leading education hub producing globally competitive human resource

SECTOR CORE GROUP: University of the Philippines Visayas Iloilo Science and Technology University Central Philippine University University of San Agustin PHINMA University of Iloilo West Visayas State University John B. Lacson Foundation Maritime University Philippine Science High School Western Visayas Commission on Higher Education VI Technical Education and Skills Development Authority VI·  Department of Education – Division of Iloilo City

RELEVANT GII INDICATORS:

OBJECTIVES: 1. Increase investments in education across all sectors, i.e. from primary to post-graduate. 2. Increase enrollment in STEM courses. 3. At least 5 universities in the top 5,000 ASEAN schools in the QS ranking. 4. Increase the number and quality output of academebased TBI's, accelerators and innovation centers. 5. Increase number of intellectual property assets generated including creative goods and services (especially from research commercialization, tech transfers, etc).


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16 GOAL: Competitive, internationally recognized R&D community that is responsive to the needs of the local stakeholders

SECTOR CORE GROUP: Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) University of the Philippines Philippine Genome Center Visayas Western Visayas Agriculture Aquatic and Resources Research and Development Consortium (WESVAARDEC) Western Visayas Agriculture and Research Consortium (WESVIARC) Western Visayas Consortium for Industry and Energy Research and Development (WVCIERD) Western Visayas Health Research and Development Consortium (WVHRDC) University of San Agustin Center for Natural Drug Discovery & Develpopment and Center for Chemical Biology & Biotechnology Intellectual Property Office – Iloilo

OBJECTIVES: 1. Increase the number of local scientists and researchers across all sectors. 2. Increase public and private R&D expenditures / investments 3. Establish R&D companies 4. Strengthen government-industry-academe linkages 5. Increase the number of research publications and citations 6. Increase number of intellectual property rights granted

RELEVANT GII INDICATORS


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OBJECTIVES:

Iloilo as a hub of market-oriented and technology driven businesses and industry (especially in the sectors of Manufacturing, Tourism, Agriculture/Aquaculture, ICT, Creative Economy)

1. Improve ICT and other critical infrastructure.

SECTOR CORE GROUP:

5. Create new technology-driven industries such as

Department of Trade and Industry Iloilo Department of Tourism VIÂ Department of Information and Communications Technology VI Department of Agriculture VI Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry Iloilo Chapter Iloilo Business Club, Inc. Iloilo Federation for Information Technology Panay Organic Producers Organization

RELEVANT GII INDICATORS:

2. Improve business ecosystem. 3. Increase number of knowledge workers employed by business and industry. 4. Commercialize intellectual property outputs of research institutions. pharmaceutical and natural products manufacturing. 6. Increase number of intellectual property assets generated including creative goods and services.


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18 GOAL: Regional leader for innovative startups in key sectors such as tourism, agriculture/aquaculture, health, and e-services

SECTOR CORE GROUP: Iloilo Start Up Founder’s Circle Iloilo Federation for IT Global Shapers Iloilo Hub Future Smart UP Visayas SEEDS Technology Business Incubator (TBI) UP Visayas Fisheries Technology Business Incubator West Visayas State University Green Technology Business Incubator Iloilo Science & Technology University TBI (DOST) Central Philippine Univesity TBI (PhilDev) IPOPHL Innovation and Technology Support Offices Dept. of Information & Communications Technology VI Department of Science and Technology VI Department of Trade and Industry VI

OBJECTIVES: 1. Improve ICT and other critical infrastructure 2. Improve business ecosystem 3. Strengthen government-industry-academe linkages 4. Increase the number of academe-based TBI's, accelerators and innovation centers 5. Increase number of intellectual property assets generated including creative goods and services 6. Develop investable deal flow of startups to attract angel and VC investors.

RELEVANT GII INDICATORS


ACTION POINTS 1

Finalizing the Setup of the Iloilo Innovation Council

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Data gathering of Iloilo Innovation baseline data

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Implementing Catalyst Projects per Innovation Area

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2 0 FINALIZING SETUP OF THE ILOILO INNOVATION COUNCIL The Iloilo Innovation Council should act like a backbone organization to enable the "collective impact" of the Iloilo Innovation Roadmap and facilitate efficient and effective coordination of sector core group areas. According to this Stanford Social Innovation Review article, "Collective Impact" is “the commitment of a group of cross-sector actors to a common agenda for solving a complex social problem.” (Kania & Kramer, 2011). They recommend 5 key conditions for shared success: (1) A Common Agenda, (2) Shared Measurement, (3) Mutually Reinforcing Activities, (4) Continuous Communication and (5) Backend Support.

Source: https://ssir.org/articles/entry/collective_impact

The common agenda of making Iloilo an Innovation Hub by 2030 is already established. What needs to be agreed on are the other four conditions - agreeing on the shared measurement, the activities, a strategic communications plan, and budget allotment from the core groups involved for the backbone support.


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2 1 DATA GATHERING OF ILOILO INNOVATION BASELINE DATA It should be considered a project in itself to gather baseline data of the relevant Iloilo Innovation Roadmap indicators per innovation area. An agreement on the KPI's is still needed to be done. This was suggested during the first sector core group discussion with the R&D Center representatives. This will also help Iloilo have a data-driven approach in developing the roadmap.

IMPLEMENTING CATALYST PROJECTS

In one of the workshops with the Sector Core Groups last August 2019, the following projects were suggested to be implemented per innovation area:

Smart Cities & Communities Smart Traffic System to address congestion Smart Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Control Center for smart flood monitoring, risk mitigation, etc. Government utilities and information database efficiency system (GUIDES) for proactive, transparent and efficient government service. Crowdsourcing App for Government Issues & Resolutions. Ease of Doing Business Implementation

Globally competitive academe Online Platform for Industry Academe Collaborations Industry-Academe Collaboration for Curriculum Development Inventory of Industries/Private Sectors and Resources

internationally recognized r&d Centralized database of research activities, outputs, experts, facilities, and mature technologies Accountability system for grantees of R&D funding

innovation-driven economy Agriculture/aquaculture Technology-driven agricultural data bank to boost trade and industry in Iloilo (Institutionalize the Municipality Agricultural Information System or MAIS) Make farming / aquaculture / fisheries attractive for the youth Use of Biotechnology to improve crop / animal / fish size Agricultural mechanization & robotics with 4th Industrial Technology


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innovation-driven economy Agriculture/aquaculture Soil fertility map Climate change-resilient farming Increase consultation meetings between R&D institutions and farmers Establish tissue culture labs (like for cacao, coffee; since imports of planting materials still high). Establish Triple A slaughter house with cutting facilities and storage Establish research biological control laboratories; (madre de cacao, lymph tree) Establish commercial scale green houses in Iloilo farms Establish seed production program in the province Food safety laboratory crops and livestocks to identify chemical residue and pesticide content (private or school managed) More coordination with the government agencies: Department of Agriculture (Supply), Department of Science and Technology (Mechanization), Department of Trade and Industry (Market)

MANUFACTURING Develop skills needed for manufacturing industry High-touch skills still needed like baking, furniture design, culinary arts, etc. Explore waste management and engineering innovations Explore smart manufacturing innovations Invest in packaging innovations (plastic-free and carbon neutral as much as possible) Explore circular economy supply chains Work with DTI's Shared Service Facilities - https://www.dti.gov.ph/programsprojects/shared-service-facilities Work with DOST's SETUP Program for MSME's

CREATIVE economy and ICT Map Iloilo's Creative Economy Be included in the UNESCO Creative City List - https://en.unesco.org/creativecities/home Collaborate with universities to develop Creative and ICT Talent

STRONG STARTUP ECOSYSTEM Map Iloilo's Startup Ecosystem (continue from existing DICT map): https://dict.gov.ph/localstartupmapping/iloilo/ Establish Angel and Venture Capital network in Iloilo Support startups in the university-based technology business incubators (TBI's) and private startup enablers Provide more opportunities to network and collaborate with other startup ecosystems outside Iloilo and internationally. Enable the Iloilo Startup Founders Circle and have regular events.


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JOIN THE MOVEMENT!

How will you #InnovateIloilo? Everyone who is passionate about the city and province of Iloilo is invited to join this ambitious movement of shaping the future of Iloilo. At the end of the day, this is for all Ilonggos, and Ilonggos-at-heart.

What you can do:

VISION

Share this report and discuss amongst your friends, family, colleagues, etc. Or post online with hashtag #InnovateIloilo

Iloilo: a Premiere "Innovation Hub" of the Philippines by the year 2030.

Look at the 7 Iloilo Innovation Components and their objectives and find out which area would you like to focus on. Learn more by browsing files at www.bit.ly/innovateiloiloroadmap2019 Align your projects / initiatives / organizations with the Innovation roadmap and the Sustainable Development Goals until 2030. Join the movement and tell us of how and why you want to #InnovateIloilo http://innovateiloilo.com

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2 4 REFERENCES Association of Southeast Asian Nations. (2018). ASEAN Smart Cities Framework. Retrieved from https://asean.org/storage/2019/02/ASCN-ASEAN-Smart-Cities-Framework.pdf Cornell University, INSEAD, and WIPO (2019); The Global Innovation Index 2019: Creating Healthy Lives—The Future of Medical Innovation, Ithaca, Fontainebleau, and Geneva. Retrieved from https://www.globalinnovationindex.org Implementing Rules and Regulations of Republic Act No. 11032 | GOVPH. (2019, July 17). Retrieved from https://www.officialgazette.gov.ph/2019/07/17/implementing-rules and-regulations-of-republic-act-no-11032/ Kania, J., & Kramer, M. (2011). Collective Impact. Stanford Social Innovation Review. Retrieved from https://ssir.org/articles/entry/collective_impact National Economic Development Authority. (2017). Philippine development plan 2017-2022. Retrieved from http://nro6.neda.gov.ph/western-visayans-commit-support-for-the philippine-development-plan/ Philippine Statistics Authority. (2019). Sustainable Development Goals - Philippines. Retrieved December 11, 2019, from https://psa.gov.ph/sdg Republic of the Philippines. (2019). Innovative Startup Act (Republic Act 11337). Retrieved from https://www.officialgazette.gov.ph/downloads/2019/04apr/20190717-RA-11337RRD.pdf Republic of the Philippines. (2019). Philippine Innovation Act (Republic Act 11293). Retrieved from https://www.officialgazette.gov.ph/downloads/2019/04apr/20190417RA-11293-RRD.pdf USAID. (2018, August 4). Cities Development Initiative. Retrieved from https://www.usaid.gov/philippines/partnership-growth-pfg/cdi. World Intellectual Property Organization. (2019). Philippines Global Innovation Index Ranking. Retrieved from https://www.wipo.int/edocs/pubdocs/en/wipo_pub_gii_2019/ph.pdf World Economic Forum. (2017). Cities and the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Retrieved from https://www.weforum.org/projects/cities-and-the-fourth-industrialrevolution.


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