Issue N° 135 - September 2015
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Dear INSMEnews Readers,

September is the perfect moment for the INSME Secretariat after taking a deep breath during the relaxing Summer break to be inspired to serve you best and add further value to our Association.

Many activities are going on, new important organizations joined our network and confirmed the positive trend of growth and self-sustainability of INSME!

I invite you to give the following quote a thought:

“Change, like sunshine, can be a friend or a foe,
a blessing or a curse, a dawn or a dusk.”

(William Arthur Ward)

The INSME Secretariat is currently working on next year’s Annual Meeting together with the host organization Qatar Development Bank and welcomes your suggestions and brainstorming!

We will keep you updated to block your agenda and celebrate INSME’s 12 years!

…and now - as usual - enjoy your reading!


Ms. Christin Pfeiffer

INSME Secretary General

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Updates on the life of the INSME Network

INSME launches a series of webinars as follow-up of the Master classes organized within the EUROMED Invest Project

INSME is glad to announce the launch of a webinar series as follow-up of the Masterclasses organized within the EUROMED Invest project, a EU-funded initiative aiming at developing lastingly business relations and partnerships among the 28 countries of the European Union and the 10 Mediterranean partner countries under the European Neighborhood Instrument.

On the 29th of September INSME will kick-off the series with a webinar focusing on “How to Manage Innovation Processes Successfully - Insights for Young Entrepreneurs, Start-ups and Diaspora” given by Mr. Atef El Shabrawy and Mr. David Tee representing a unique opportunity for all those willing to learn the most important methodologies on how to successfully run a business, be more creative, manage the innovation process internally and take advantage of strategic networking to exploit all opportunities concerning access to finance and innovation through internationalization. The speakers will also present the Business Model Canvas Exercise and the Lean Start Up and additionally a time slot will be dedicated to insights on women entrepreneurship.

The webinar session is also open to newcomers from around the world who are willing to connect with young entrepreneurs, start-uppers and diaspora talents from South ENI countries. In particular the Q&A session will be the occasion to benefit from digital networking with peers and experts and establish strategic partnerships.

INSME contributes as a partner to this project, coordinated by ANIMA Investment Network (INSME Member from France). Learn more about it at the following link.

Further information about the session, the speakers and the registration procedure is available at this page.

INSME Secretary General in the Jury of the Prince Abdulaziz Bin Abdullah International Award for Entrepreneurs 2015, an initiative of the Centennial Fund (INSME Member from Saudi Arabia)

INSME Secretary General, Ms. Christin Pfeiffer recently participated to the Prince Abdulaziz Bin Abdullah International Award for Entrepreneurs 2015 as part of the Jury selecting:

  • The Best Start up Project
  • The Best Existing Project
  • The Best Entrepreneur
  • The Best Mentor
  • The Children Pioneer
  • The Best Investor.

The award, an initiative of The Centennial Fund (INSME Member from Saudi Arabia), aims at encouraging the entrepreneurial spirit globally, developing innovative ideas and projects, motivating entrepreneurs and exchanging best practices among entrepreneurs and mentors.

The total amount of the Prize to be divided among the winners of the different categories is 1 million Saudi Riyals (ca. USD 270,000) covering all the expenses of all the winners reaching Saudi Arabia to collect the Prize in November.

An Italian company assisted by t2i - trasferimento tecnologico e innovazione (INSME Board Member from Italy) has been shortlisted and the outcome of the evaluation is expected to be published soon. This year’s award for the Entrepreneurial Leadership Personality has been appointed to the former Malaysian Prime Minister for “his rich experience in supporting entrepreneurship globally, his support of SMEs and enhancing the youth entrepreneurship culture in Malaysia and the world and his role in developing and enhancing sustained awareness of entrepreneurship projects to maintain sustainability in national economy”.

Learn more about the Prize here.

INSME is glad to welcome its first Sustaining Member: the Global Coalition for Efficient Logistics - GCEL

INSME proudly welcomes its first Sustaining Member, the Global Coalition for Efficient Logistics - GCEL, a not-for-profit public/private partnership based in Switzerland.

GCEL’s mission is to provide the tools and the road map empowering the Integrated Five Dimensional Digital Economy (I-5DDE) and “Connecting the Strengths of the World Community Creating Well-Being Across Humanity”. Among GCEL’s Members, 156 Governments and 25 NGOs work together to promote a new trade efficiency through the empowerment of the digital economy.

On the 8th of September a Memorandum of Understanding has been signed by Mr. Gregory Bird, GCEL’s Deputy Secretary General and Mr. Andrea Di Anselmo, INSME President to establish and give strength to a fruitful collaboration of mutual benefit among the two organizations.

INSME can now count on the support of 83 Members from 36 different countries.

News and contributions from the INSME Members

“Traditional vs Disruptive Ecosystems” a contribution by INSME President Mr. Andrea Di Anselmo

Mr. Andrea Di Anselmo from META Group (INSME President) has recently published an inspiring post on “Traditional vs Disruptive Ecosystems”.

In his article Mr. Di Anselmo states that a radical change in industry, business strategies and customers' behaviour is transforming the innovation ecosystem which has to face this “disruption” mainly due to the globalization, the rapid advance of technology and the demographic transition.

A new generation of disruptive entrepreneurs is evolving and asks for a clear value proposition to face the new challenges built around:

  • easy access to support;
  • availability of modern and open infrastructures;
  • community services;
  • testing facilities and access to users and a public sector able to play a new facilitator role.

Read the whole post here.

The African Development Bank (INSME Member) organizes the Development Evaluation Week on “Emerging Development Issues - Emerging Solutions”

The African Development Bank (INSME Member) is organizing the Development Evaluation week to be held in November in Abidjan, Ivory Coast.

The four day forum on “Emerging Development Issues - Emerging Solutions” will offer the opportunity to participate in technical workshops and to discuss emerging development trends. New issues such as the creation of new development banks, the development of new financial instruments, green growth, inclusive growth and many others are coming up both on a local and a global scale and development practitioners will discuss how to implement these changes and which innovative thinking and approaches have to be adopted to improve the development initiatives.

Read more here.

Dr. Hamsa Thota (INSME Board Member from U.S.) took part in the Annual Meeting of the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT)

Dr. Hamsa Thota, President at Innovation Business Development INC. (INSME Board Member from U.S.) recently took part in the Annual Meeting of the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) by delivering a speech on the importance of adopting an innovative approach in the food sector.

Dr. Thota suggested a collaboration among researchers, suppliers and influencers on a project and proposed scientists to adopt an approach based on the three Cs: creativity, communication and collaboration. Furthermore the increasing growth of the world population will create civic and social needs that food scientists will be able to meet through open innovation methods; on a local level, food industries might adopt an approach based on co-creation with the community.

According to Dr. Thota food companies and organizations will benefit from the knowledge gained from the collaboration.

Learn more here.

Dr. Thota also contributed to the INSMEBlog with an inspiring article on High School students learn to co-create solutions to Worcester, Massachusetts (USA) transportation problems, focused on the importance of a framework for innovation. Have a look here!

Business School for Impact, an UNCTAD’s initiative

Business School for Impact is a platform built by UNCTAD (INSME Member) and several partners addressing business schools worldwide in order to develop and share teaching materials, helping to change the mindset and teach skills required to operate successfully in low-income regions and to create business with a positive social impact.

A learning programme for business students both from developed and developing countries will be designed with a “pro-poor” investment emphasis:

  • Investing in the poor in the most vulnerable sectors, economies and regions;
  • Investing for the poor in products and services accessible and affordable to the poor;
  • Investing with the poor in projects that create employment and linkages between multinational firms and SMEs to foster indigenous productive capacities.

Business schools students and teachers as well as entrepreneurs, representatives of companies and development practitioners are invited to participate to the platform.

Find out more here.

5 Approaches To Growing Your Business Through Innovation - Inputs from Potential (INSME Member from the United Arab Emirates)

Innovation might produce or help to improve business processes increasing their efficiency, quality, productivity and profitability. It can also contribute to business growth and its impact can produce big, small or incremental changes over time.

The article released by Potential (INSME Member from the United Arab Emirates) presents five approaches to growing a business through innovation. These are:

  • Analyze the market to identify opportunities for innovation;
  • Evaluate the competition to have a better vision on how to approach innovation;
  • Consider economic costs, as an innovation needs to be produced or replicated at an economical cost that meets the benefits of both the business and the marketplace;
  • Encourage innovation in the workplace, involving employees to actively participate in the business through innovative ideas;
  • Goal planning to develop a tailored innovation strategy.

The whole article is available at this page.

INSME's Picks in the News

USAID announced 10 million $ for new global research collaboration

The U.S. Agency for International Development - USAID - announced USD 10 million for 45 research projects funded through the Partnerships for Enhanced Engagement in Research (PEER) Program, an initiative aiming at enhancing collaborative global research.

Through this program USAID will support researchers in developing countries working in partnership with US Government funded researchers by cooperating in several research areas such as sustainability, disaster mitigation and many others.

The Program will particularly award new research projects addressing evidence gaps and advance technical capacity in critical areas of development and will also organize technical workshops and trainings.

The call for PEER pre-proposal is planned for October; more information about the call and the eligibility criteria is available at this page.

WIPO Global Innovation Index (GII) recently released

Effective Innovation Policies for Development is the theme of 2015’s WIPO Global Innovation Index recently released by the World Intellectual Property Organization (INSME Member from Switzerland) in collaboration with Cornell University, INSEAD and with the support of knowledge partners such as A.T. Kearney GmbH and IMP³rove - European Innovation Management Academy (INSME Member from Germany).

By using 79 different indicators, 141 economies have been analyzed to measure their innovative capabilities. The report takes innovation in terms of qualities and policies into account and presents a ranking of the most innovative countries worldwide. With regards to the top ranking the data are basically the same of the Index’s past editions, with Switzerland, confirming the first position, followed by the United Kingdom, Sweden, Netherlands and U.S.A.

It is worth to notice that Czech Republic (24th) is among the first 25 most innovative economies and Ireland (8th) is in the top 10.

The Index also ranks Rwanda (94th), Mozambique (95th) and Malawi (98th) as “innovation achievers”, economies that outperform their peers for their level of gross domestic product. These economies demonstrated growing innovation results as they put their efforts in the improvement of the institutional framework and of innovation infrastructures, a deeper integration with global credit investment and trade markets.

According to the report innovation policies play a central role and it would be useful to design innovation plans tailored on the needs of the communities, particularly in developing and emerging economies.

Find out more about the findings and the ranking included in the WIPO Global Innovation Index 2015 at this page.

INSME Picks in the Web

Where is the money to pay for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)?

The Asian Development Blog launched a poll in August asking readers which are the priority funding sources for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set to be implemented on the 1st of January 2016. According to the majority of the respondents (40%) Governments should take the responsibility for financing SDGs through tax revenues; 36% of respondents think that the private sector should contribute, while the Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and the Overseas Development Assistance (ODA) obtained respectively 13% and 9% of votes.

Domestic resources are certainly the most significant, but they also face many challenges, thus according to the poll’s analysis it is worth to consider other sources to move forward in financing SDGs. Among the sources which have to be considered, the poll’s analysis suggests long term sources such as pension funds or sovereign wealth funds which could be unlocked for long-term sustainable investments.

To find out more about the data of this poll please have a look at this page.

INSME Interviews

IF I SAY INNOVATION YOU SAY: THE FUTURE! Interview with Mr. Al Jufaili, General Manager at Sharakah - Fund for Development of Youth Projects (INSME Member from Oman)

The INSME Secretariat recently interviewed Mr. Abdullah Al Jufaili, General Manager at Sharakah - Fund for Development of Youth Projects (INSME Member from Oman).

In this interview Mr. Al Jufaili underlines the key role played by innovation in growing the economy and gives insights on Oman’s important efforts in establishing a culture of innovation through the implementation of a National Innovation Strategy.

Read the interview here.

About IPR…in South East Asia

Cambodia Strengthens IP Protection

Cambodia recently became the fourth ASEAN country to implement the Madrid System for the international registration of trade marks. The new system represents an important step forward for brand owners operating in Cambodia that will now be able to protect their products by filling a single application in one language that covers over 111 countries and territories, including the European Union, most developed countries and a large number of emerging and transition economies. Additionally the new system will also reduce the bureaucratic burden as changes, updates and trade mark renewals will be made possible by using a centralized electronic system.

Learn more by reading the article here.

Tenders, Calls & Consultations

The Innovation Prize for Africa

The African Innovation Foundation has just launched the 2016 edition of the Innovation Prize for Africa which will recognize innovators and entrepreneurs who contributed toward developing new products, increasing efficiency or saving costs in Africa.

Specifically, the award targets technological breakthroughs in 5 main areas: manufacturing & service industry, health & well-being, agriculture & agribusiness, environment, energy & water and ICTs.

The Prize will award:

  • USD 100,000 for the winner with the best innovation based on marketability, originality, scalability, social impact, scientific/technical aspects and clear business potential;
  • USD 25,000 for the Second Prize with the best commercial/business potential;
  • USD 25,000 for a Special Prize dedicated to Social Impact Innovation;
  • Up to USD 5,000 of in kind support will be given to 10 nominees to be used in post-prize technical support to assist in moving the innovation to the next step;
  • A USD 5,000 voucher will be given to each nominee to be used in post-prize technical support to assist in moving the innovation to the next step.

Special prizes are also foreseen for women and young innovators.

The deadline for applications is the 31st of October 2015.

Learn more here.

EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation (INSME Member from Japan): call for applications for missions to Japan and the EU

The EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation (INSME Member from Japan) is currently accepting applications for the following training missions targeting EU executives:

  • LEAN in Europe: Driving Competitiveness (26th-27th of November 2015): a mission dedicated to visit the DHL Supply Chain's operations in Nijmegen, the Netherlands. The host company will provide lectures, shop-floor visits, coaching and detailed explanations to support EU executives in embracing manufacturing best practices.
    The deadline for applications is the 10th of October 2015.
  • Nanotech Cluster/SME Support Mission (25th-29th of January 2016): a 5-day mission to Japan consisting in market-specific business seminars, group company visits, showcasing and networking opportunities at "Nano Tech 2016" in Tokyo, Japan.
    The deadline for applications is the 29th of October 2015.
  • Human Resources Training Programme - Japan Industry Insight (9th of May - 3rd of June 2016): a four-week training programme providing EU managers with the opportunity to get a clear understanding of both cultural and economic elements which define and explain Japan's business and technological achievements.
    The deadline for applications is the 25th of February 2016.

To learn more about a specific programme and its eligibility criteria, please click here.

iCapital - The European Capital of Innovation Award

The European Commission has launched the 2016 contest of the European Capital of Innovation Award to celebrate the European City which is building the best “innovation ecosystem” by connecting citizens, public organizations, academia and businesses, with a special view to ideas that further scale up the city’s initiatives.

The contest is open to cities with over 100,000 inhabitants from EU Member States and countries associated to Horizon 2020 (in countries where there is no city with more than 100,000 inhabitants, the largest city is eligible to apply).

Three prizes will be awarded:

  • The European Capital of Innovation 2016: Euro 950,000
  • 2nd ranked city: Euro 100,000
  • 3rd ranked city: Euro 50,000.

The deadline for submitting entries is the 18th of November 2015.

Learn more here.

The European Inventor Award 2016

The nominations for the European Inventor Award 2016 promoted by the European Patent Office are still opened. The Award aims at recognizing inventions that have achieved outstanding and enduring success in Europe and have tangible benefits for the economy and society.

Representatives from industry, research institutes, IP associations and universities, as well as the general public are invited to submit a nomination in one of the following categories:

  • Industry: for outstanding and successful technologies patented by large European companies
  • SMEs: for exceptional inventions at small-to-medium-sized enterprises (SMEs)
  • Research: for pioneering inventors working at universities or research institutes
  • Lifetime achievement: honoring the long-term contribution of an individual European inventor
  • Non-European countries: for all inventors who are not European nationals but have been granted a European patent.

The winners will be awarded with a trophy and announced during an Award Ceremony taking place in June 2016.

The deadline for submitting nominations is the 14th of October 2015.

Learn more about the eligibility rules and conditions here.

Interesting Initiatives

GALI - the Global Accelerator Learning Initiative

The Aspen Network for Development Entrepreneurs - ANDE and the Emory University’s Social Enterprise @ Goizueta collaborate to the recently launched Global Accelerator Learning Initiative -GALI to provide accelerator programs with statistical data and market insights to better inform their decision makers as they train entrepreneurs who create goods and services that benefit all sectors of society. The work is mainly composed of two complementary research programmes: the first is a global market assessment of accelerators, combined with regular surveying and website research, carried out by ANDE to get an overview of the main characteristics of the accelerator programs analyzed; the second component is the Emory University Entrepreneurship Database built upon surveys submitted to entrepreneurs who apply for acceleration programmes at six-month intervals, to get a deep understanding of how accelerators affect the growth of entrepreneurs over time.

Learn more about the initiative here.


Entrepreneurship at a Glance 2015

The OECD (INSME Moral Sponsor) recently published “Entrepreneurship at a Glance 2015”, presenting indicators for measuring the state of entrepreneurship and key facts and explanations of the policy context. The report shows that with the exception of Germany, Italy and Finland, new enterprise creations have demonstrated an upward trend since the crisis period, particularly in Australia and the United Kingdom, as well as in Denmark, Portugal and Sweden in more recent periods. The report also underlines that in the majority of countries bankruptcies showed a decreasing trend, with rates in Canada, Japan, the United States and South Africa significantly below pre-crisis level.

Another striking point concerns self-employment which has demonstrated diverging trends after the crisis, given the impact of the crisis on employment, different regulatory environments and the mechanisms used to mitigate the effect of the crisis. As a matter of fact, in Australia, Germany, Italy, Korea, Japan, Poland and the United States, self-employment rates remain below pre-crisis levels while in Mexico, France and the United Kingdom they are significantly above pre-crisis levels.

Read more here.

Collaborative Innovation: Transforming Business, Driving Growth

The World Economic Forum in collaboration with A.T. Kearney and the IMP³rove - European Innovation Management Academy (INSME Member from Germany) released a report on “Collaborative Innovation: Transforming Business, Driving Growth” which aims at highlighting strategies and approaches that business leaders and policy makers can adopt to establish innovation-focused collaborations.

Based on more than 140 structured interviews and 20 multi-stakeholder workshops involving more than 450 participants, the report groups the main challenges and suggested response strategies into three categories: Prepare, Partner and Pioneer. In this regard, WEF suggests that firms can reap the benefits of collaboration by carefully preparing themselves to partner: having well-defined objectives, a carefully-designed business case, suitable organizational processes. On another level, policy makers and public-sector champions can support innovation-driven collaboration with three categories of activities: Empower, Educate and Enable. Policy makers can in fact play a fundamental role in empowering and connecting firms to innovate; in training firms and individuals to provide the skills needed to partner well; and directly enabling collaborations through supportive regulation and relevant infrastructure investments.

Read the report here.

Recommended Website

Ideas Powered - a website dedicated to young people and Intellectual Property

IDEAS POWERED is an initiative of the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market - OHIM and the European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights to raise awareness on the value of intellectual property and the importance of respecting it. The IDEAS POWERED website intends to be a tool to support this initiative in educating young Europeans between 15 and 24 years about the basics of Intellectual Property (IP) and inspire them to think about how IP works in practice, by highlighting different IP rights, their economic and social value for young people and their daily lives and the impact of IP infringements. The Ideas Powered initiative also encourages youngsters to share views and comment on these issues through a blog and a video competition.

Have a look at the website here.

Recommended Newsletter

The COnCEPT Newsletter

The Collaborative CrEative design PlaTform - CONCEPT project is an initiative funded by the European Commission with the aim of implementing a platform to assist professional industrial designers during the creative stages of the design process and in collaboration/communication with their clients.

The CONCEPT project issues a newsletter to inform about the achievements reached so far and the meetings, events and workshops held or to be held during the implementation of the initiative.

INTRASOFT International (INSME Vice President from Luxembourg) contributes as a partner to this initiative.

Read the latest edition of the newsletter here.


Highlighted events

12th INSME Annual Meeting

Mid/End of April 2016
Doha, Qatar
Organized by INSME and Qatar Development Bank

INSME is glad to announce the 12th INSME Annual Meeting organized in collaboration with Qatar Development Bank (INSME Board Member from Qatar).

Under the topic “Enabling Smart SMEs: Knowledge Intensive SMEs as the Key to Boost a Diversified and Sustainable Economy” the event - planned to take place in Doha, Qatar in mid/end of April 2016 - will be a further milestone in the INSME success story.

Block your agenda and keep on following to get updated on the 12th INSME Annual Meeting.

Internet of Things 360 Summit (IoT360° Summit)

27th - 29th of October 2015
Rome, Italy
Organized by EAI in partnership with INSME

By focusing on the industrial, academic and institutional point of view, IoT360° targets industry representatives, makers, vendors, experts, developers and others to plan, learn, network, collaborate, strategize and more effectively tap into the immense potential of the IoT domain.

Registrations are now open for the International Summit on Internet of Things (IoT360°), taking place from the 27th to the 29th of October 2015 in Rome, Italy and organized by the European Alliance for Innovation (INSME Member from Belgium) under the patronage of the European Commission.

The event will benefit from the participation of globally recognized experts in the field of IoT who will share their methodologies and insights on hot topics such as IoT privacy and safety, IoT and big data, the future of IoT and many more.

INSME is partner of the initiative together with other 7 institutions.

Register now for the event here.

Future international meetings, workshops, seminars selected by INSME

1st - 3rd of October 2015
2nd FIWARE Startup Bootcamp
Organized by FIWARE, in partnership with INTRASOFT International (INSME Vice-President from Luxembourg)
Athens, Greece

5th of October 2015
G20-OECD Global Forum on International Investment
Organized by the OECD (INSME Moral Sponsor)
Istanbul, Turkey

7th - 9th of October 2015
EUROMED Invest Annual Conference and Academy in EXPO 2015
Organized by ANIMA Investment Network (INSME Member from France) and EMDC in the framework of the EUROMED Invest project
Milan, Italy

13th - 15th of October 2015
5th OECD World Forum on Statistics, Knowledge and Policy
Organized by the OECD (INSME Moral Sponsor)
Guadalajara, Mexico

14th - 16th of October 2015
Organized by Hainaut Developpement, the Chamber of Commerce and the Exporters' Club of Belgian Province of Luxembourg, SPI, BEP and in partnership with AWEX (INSME Member from Belgium)
Mons, Belgium

15th - 16th of October 2015
Funding Possibilities for Energy Efficiency Projects
Organized by the European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA)
Maastricht, the Netherlands

19th - 22nd of October 2015
World Entrepreneurship Forum on "Global Entrepreneurship: Connected Continents, New Opportunities"
Organized with the World Entrepreneurship Forum and the Hanghzou City
Hangzhou, China

3rd - 6th of November 2015
TCI Global Conference on "Clusters in the Creative Economy. New Agendas for Companies and Policy Makers”
Organized by TCI Network
Daegu, Korea

17th - 18th of November 2015
AFRICA SME Champions Forum
Organized by Africa SME Champions
Nairobi, Kenya

18th of November 2015
Colombian Forum of Micro and Small Enterprises
Organized by PROPAIS (INSME Board Member from Colombia)
Bogotá, Colombia

20th - 21st of November 2015
2015 EFMD GN Asia Annual Conference
Organized by the EFMD Global Network Association
Phuket, Thailand

7th - 10th of December 2015
7th European Innovation Summit
Organized by Knowledge4Innovation
Brussels, Belgium

10th - 11th of December 2015
The Geographical Names Conference: Protecting and Enforcing Geographic Names, GIs, Trademarks and Domain Names
Organized by the International Trademark Association
Rome, Italy

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