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The roles of municipalities and local actors in the EU funds delivery system in The roles of municipalities and local actors in the EU funds delivery system in Denmark. Policy and regional economic development. Study tour on EU Regional Brussels, 23 May 2013

Business Aarhus About Aarhus, Denmark › The greater Aarhus has a population of 1. Business Aarhus About Aarhus, Denmark › The greater Aarhus has a population of 1. 2 million, while 315. 000 is living in the city of Aarhus › Aarhus is a city of knowledge with more than 50. 000 students including 5. 000 international students › The happiest people in the world live in Aarhus www. businessaarhus. com 2 2

3 Business Aarhus – European Capital of Culture 2017 › The international artist Olafur 3 Business Aarhus – European Capital of Culture 2017 › The international artist Olafur Eliasson has created a unique piece of art on the rooftop of the art museum ARo. S. › “Your Rainbow Panorama” has become a strong, new symbol of Aarhus and ARo. S. www. businessaarhus. com › For more info visit: http: //www. aros. dk

Business Aarhus 4 Aarhus University is in the Top 100 of the world’s 17. Business Aarhus 4 Aarhus University is in the Top 100 of the world’s 17. 000 universities www. businessaarhus. dk www. businessaarhus. com

5 Business Aarhus as a knowledge hub Foods Agro Food Park “Aarhus has what 5 Business Aarhus as a knowledge hub Foods Agro Food Park “Aarhus has what the world needs” Greg Clark City expert Center of knowledge, innovation, research, education and growth within the agricultural and food sectors. Business Region Aarhus has the third largest concentration of industry and R&D within agriculture and foods. Health and Medtech The New University Hospital will be one of the largest hospitals in Northern Europe, with 300, 000 m 2 of buildings and 9, 000 employees. The completion of the hospital - an investment of almost 7 billion Danish Kroner - is expected by 2020. IT Katrinebjerg is Aarhus’ IT powerhouse, home to a unique cluster ofand environment for IT development and innovation. Already, strong cooperative ties exist between public and private research at Katrinebjerg. Aarhus University’s IT educational and research departments of Aarhus University are located here. Cleantech Navitas www. businessaarhus. com From 2014 Navitas will be epicenter for energy-related education, research, development and businesses in Denmark. The complex will house more than 2. 000 students and 300 teachers, researchers and private entrepreneurs. The vision for Navitas is to create an international icon for the development and application of sustainable energy technology.

6 Business Aarhus Structural Funds Management in Denmark Institutional set up www. businessaarhus. com 6 Business Aarhus Structural Funds Management in Denmark Institutional set up www. businessaarhus. com

7 Business Aarhus The Danish EU fund delivery structure: Six regional growth fora › 7 Business Aarhus The Danish EU fund delivery structure: Six regional growth fora › Partnership : - Regions, , municipalities, social partners, enterprises and knowledge institutions › Appraise projects for cofunding from the structural funds › Growth partnership agreements with the government. Increasing focus: Smart Specialisation www. businessaarhus. com

Business Aarhus Distribution of EU funds in Denmark › No structural funds used on Business Aarhus Distribution of EU funds in Denmark › No structural funds used on physical infrastructure › 35 pct. : Should benefit the areas facing structural difficulties. Distribution: › 90 pct. : Regional growth forums › 10 pct. : National competition based on few annual themes www. businessaarhus. com 8

Business Aarhus Main characteristics - structural funds delivery in Denmark › Increasing coordination between Business Aarhus Main characteristics - structural funds delivery in Denmark › Increasing coordination between local, regional and national policy › Thematic approach › Based on growth drivers (OECD) › Synergy of funds (ERDF & ESF) › Public organisation does some administrative work for SME’s www. businessaarhus. com 9

Business Aarhus How does Aarhus benefit from the EU? › Research at Aarhus University Business Aarhus How does Aarhus benefit from the EU? › Research at Aarhus University › Motorways of the Sea programme: Tunnel to Aarhus harbour › Structural funds: › Regional development fund and social fund › Urbact programme - Cases: Redis and City Logo › European territorial cooperation – Case: Eventbased innovation www. businessaarhus. com 10

Business Aarhus One of Denmark’s Two Metropolitan Areas Easy access to Hamburg and the Business Aarhus One of Denmark’s Two Metropolitan Areas Easy access to Hamburg and the rest of Europe www. businessaarhus. dk www. businessaarhus. com 11

Business Aarhus 12 Case: Ikraft ICT can help your company to innovate www. businessaarhus. Business Aarhus 12 Case: Ikraft ICT can help your company to innovate www. businessaarhus. com www. ikraft. dk 2012

13 Business Aarhus 13 i. KRAFT is an offer over 5 years period to 13 Business Aarhus 13 i. KRAFT is an offer over 5 years period to all small and mediumsized companies in the Central Region Midtjylland, who wish to enhance their business by the use of ICT. The offer is independent of branch, products or services, although company sizes under 250 employees are prioritized. www. businessaarhus. com www. ikraft. dk 2012

14 Business Aarhus 14 Purpose: To create further growth and evolution for the SME 14 Business Aarhus 14 Purpose: To create further growth and evolution for the SME companies in the region by enhancing their use of innovative ICT Tight collaboration with the local Business Counsils and the Business Departments in the 16 Municipalities Establishing new ICT-driven ways of making business / opening doors into SME’s www. businessaarhus. com www. ikraft. dk 2012

15 Business Aarhus 15 Economy: The i. KRAFT project is funded by the local 15 Business Aarhus 15 Economy: The i. KRAFT project is funded by the local Region Midtjylland the municipalities with a budget of € 11, 5 million over a period of 5 years The budget is spent on: • Wages for the networking agents • Activities such as seminars, workshops, conferences, • Direct grants to SME’s in project cooperation with Knowledge Centers • ICT Vouchers for SME’s needing a kickstart to evaluate or prototype projects • 20. 000, - DKK (2. 680, - €) or 50. 000, - DKK (6. 700, - €) www. businessaarhus. com www. ikraft. dk 2012

16 16 Business Aarhus Scope The project is a free offer to ALL SME’s 16 16 Business Aarhus Scope The project is a free offer to ALL SME’s in Region Midtjylland in order to inspire and guide them becoming more innovative by means of using and implementing more ICT in: • Business Models • Products • Processes Pervasive Computing and creating ICT-based business networks both nationally and internationally are some of the keywords! The project is managed by a consortium of 3 important ICT organisations in the region: • It-forum midtjylland www. itforum. dk • Alexandra institute www. alexandra. dk • Innovation Lab www. ilab. dk www. businessaarhus. com www. ikraft. dk 2012

17 Business Aarhus 17 Focus Areas: Seeking and visiting SME’s in the region Inspiring 17 Business Aarhus 17 Focus Areas: Seeking and visiting SME’s in the region Inspiring the companies to use ICT in a Innovative way (meetings, seminars, Focus groups) Knowledge transfer from universities and knowledge centers regionally, nationally and internationally Offering startup finances for experimental projects involving knowledge centers and business cooperation www. businessaarhus. com www. ikraft. dk 2012

18 Business Aarhus 18 Examples : Digital medias for sales and marketing Ict as 18 Business Aarhus 18 Examples : Digital medias for sales and marketing Ict as a foundation for new business models Ict as a foundation for new products and solutions Ict as a foundation for administrative productivity Ict as a foundation for increased growth and revenue The possibilities are tremendous … www. businessaarhus. com www. ikraft. dk 2012

19 Business Aarhus 19 Results: Qualitative results Slurry wagons optimized by GPS and ICT 19 Business Aarhus 19 Results: Qualitative results Slurry wagons optimized by GPS and ICT Moving Metal ICT networks Embedded Software in products Intelligent furniture Track & Trace in Food processing New Freemium Business models Tourisme Apps for i. Phone and i. Pad Giro D’Italia route App Healthcare Apps Smart. Cities Digitalizing Retail Intelligent gardener´s school Quantitative results >6. 500 people attending ICT seminars and workshops >1. 500 SME’s visited >25 projects established >80 ICT vouchers approved Ø 5 R&D colaborations with University of Aarhus www. businessaarhus. com www. ikraft. dk 2012

20 20 Business Aarhus Inspiration – New ways of using ICT Farmers using ICT 20 20 Business Aarhus Inspiration – New ways of using ICT Farmers using ICT and GPS to increase crops. Instead of having many different ICT systems in each vehicle, from each individual producer the farmer now can benefit of a system, that combines and collects al data into one single system. Slurry wagons increase their performance by use of GPS positioning. The crops are only given the amount of slurry that is needed. www. businessaarhus. com www. ikraft. dk 2012

21 Business Aarhus How does Aarhus benefit from the EU? - Central Denmark EU 21 Business Aarhus How does Aarhus benefit from the EU? - Central Denmark EU Office › A partnership between the Central Denmark Region and the municipalities › i. Facilitator • 4 years • 150 mil DKK • 25 SMV-projects • Investment: 600. 000 DKK a year › MORE initiative www. businessaarhus. com

Business Aarhus Commuting flows www. businessaarhus. com 22 Business Aarhus Commuting flows www. businessaarhus. com 22

Business Aarhus Developing a more professional and effective public sector by pooling resources across Business Aarhus Developing a more professional and effective public sector by pooling resources across municipalities www. businessaarhus. com 23

24 Business Aarhus Business Region Aarhus - partners Municipality Favrskov Norddjurs Odder Samsø Silkeborg 24 Business Aarhus Business Region Aarhus - partners Municipality Favrskov Norddjurs Odder Samsø Silkeborg Skanderborg Syddjurs Aarhus Total www. businessaarhus. com Inhabitants 47. 117 37. 876 21. 749 3. 889 88. 481 58. 008 41. 815 314. 545 614. 327

Business Aarhus What is business regions? • Administrative borders vs. the co-operation patterns of Business Aarhus What is business regions? • Administrative borders vs. the co-operation patterns of companies and citizens • Inspiration from US, UK, Sweden and Norway www. businessaarhus. com 25

26 Business Aarhus Strategic themes – Areas of cooperation Field of cooporation Present Business 26 Business Aarhus Strategic themes – Areas of cooperation Field of cooporation Present Business Region Aarhus Business Region cooperation Göteborg Bergen + + + Support for growth companies ÷/+ (ad hoc groups) + + Innovation environments (clusters, inkubators) ÷/+ (ad hoc groups) + + Network groups + + + Arrangements + + + City branding ÷ + + Investment promotion/location ÷ + + Infrastructure ÷ + + ÷/+ (City Regions Project) + + ÷/+ (a little) ÷ ÷ ÷ + + Business services Knowledge (analysis, publications etc. ) Turism Common business plan www. businessaarhus. com

27 Business Aarhus SWOT analysis on the Business Region Aarhus co-operation Strength • Broad 27 Business Aarhus SWOT analysis on the Business Region Aarhus co-operation Strength • Broad commitment among the municipalities • Positive experiences with cooperation among the partners • Improved branding of the whole area • Improved access to gearing of development money • Critical mass to make projects a reality. Weaknesses • Limited Economy (3 DDK pr. inhabitant) • Loose organisation Possibilities • Identification and use of potential for synergies – also outside business development • Further development of the coorperation: 1) Content, 2) Organisation, 3) Economic, 4) Geographic • Crossregional cooperation (e. g. Copenhagen, Oslo, Hamburg, Reykjavik? ) Treats • Resistance towards change • City region vs. existing regional structure • Flexibility, ability to react and willingness to take risks if many more municipalities become members www. businessaarhus. com

28 Business Aarhus Different ways to create growth – And when to expect effect? 28 Business Aarhus Different ways to create growth – And when to expect effect? Ways to create growth: Money used: Effect when? › Improving framework conditions: 29% 3 -10 years › Indirect business development: 32% 2 -7 years › Direct business development: 39% 1 -3 years › Stimulation of demand: < 1% 0 -1 years Development projects vs. results projects www. businessaarhus. com

29 Business Aarhus Thank you for your attention › Further information: Jesper H. Borg 29 Business Aarhus Thank you for your attention › Further information: Jesper H. Borg Christensen Business Development Unit, Mayors Department, City of Aarhus › Further information: [email protected] dk Phone: +45 89402190. Jesper H. Borg Christensen [email protected] dk Phone: +45 89402190. www. businessaarhus. com