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The Innovation 2030 Commission

Anne LauvergeonOn 18 April 2013, the President of the French Republic launched the Innovation 2030 Commission, chaired by Anne Lauvergeon.

 

The Commission is comprised of 20 individuals from various backgrounds: entrepreneurs, investors, scientists, elected officials, advertising executives, journalists, etc.

It has been tasked with proposing a limited number of ambitious goals, based on key innovations, to ensure long-term prosperity and employment in France. The idea is to foster the emergence, over the next decade, of the next generation of entrepreneurs. This will be accomplished by focusing on business activities that meet society's future needs and create both value and jobs in France.

 

 

Members

Anne Lauvergeon, Chair of the Innovation 2030 Commission

Philippe Aghion ; Jacques Biot ; François Bourdoncle ; Jean-Louis Caffier ; Alain Demarolle ; Nicolas Dufourcq ; Mercedes Erra ; Mathias Fink ; Louis Gallois ; Claudie Haigneré ; Jean-Claude Lehmann ; Didier Lombard ; Thierry Mandon ; Jean Pisani-Ferry ; Pierre Prieux ; Alain Rousset ; José-Alain Sahel ; Michel Serres ; Henri Verdier


Committee rapporteurs :

Benoît Legait, ingénieur général des mines CGIET,
Pierre Garrot, direction générale des entreprises (DGE)

Contributions to the discussion

The Commission called for and received written contributions from companies, research bodies, government departments and civil society organisations. These took the form of written answers to lists of questions or spontaneous submissions.

  •  Companies

Airbus, the Aquimer cluster, BASF France, Bertin, Bouygues Construction, DCNS, Emakina, Fermentalg, Google, Hitachi Group, Laster Technologies, MEDTECH, the Optitec cluster, Comité Richelieu, Roche SAS, Roquette Frères, Séréo, Silicon Sentier, SNCF, Suez Environnement, Sculpteo, the Systematic cluster, Total, Thales, Véolia, Vinci, Ynsect.

  • Research bodies

Olivier Appert, Chairman and CEO of IFP Energies Nouvelles - Michel Avignon, CNES - François Houllier, CEO of INRA - Armand Hatchuel, Holder of the "Design Theory and Methods for Innovation" Chair at Mines Paris Tech - Hélène Jacquot- Guimbal, Director of IFSSTAR - Christian Joachim, CNRS  - Nicolas Sillon,CEA-TEC - Xavier Bailin, CEA-Leti - Franck Molina, Director of Sysdiag and President of the European Diagnostic Cluster Alliance (EDCA) - Alain Syrota, CEO of INSERM

  • Government departments

Commissioner-General for Sustainable Development (Ministry for Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy), Director General for Agricultural, Agrifood and Regional Policy (Ministry of Agriculture, Agrifood and Forestry), Interministerial Agency for Land Management and Regional Business Development (DATAR), Director-General for Competitiveness, Industry and Services (DGCIS, Ministry for Industrial Renewal), Director‑General for Research and Innovation (DGRI, Ministry for Higher Education and Research), Director-General for Civil Aviation (DGAC, Ministry for Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy), Director-General for Planning, Housing and Nature (DGALN, Ministry for Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy), General Council for the Economy Industry, Energy and Technologies (CGEIET, Ministry for Industrial Renewal), Policy Planning Department of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs

International benchmarking elements

The Commission is grateful to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which submitted a position paper on the role that French technological innovations play in France's global influence. The Ministry also called on the ADIT and the economic departments in its various embassies to furnish benchmarking elements in terms of investment choices of France's principal competitors.

Embassies in the following countries contributed information: the US, the UK, Germany, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, China, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Hong Kong, India, Norway and Brazil. Data was also taken from the EU's Horizon 2020 Programme.

Additional sources

- Commissariat général à la stratégie et la prospective, Internet 2030, 2013
- David WILLETTS, Policy Exchange, Eight Great Technologies, 2013
- McKinsey Global Institute, Disruptive Technologies : Advances that will transform life, business, and the global economy, 2013
- Ministère de l’enseignement supérieur et de la recherche, France Europe 2020, un agenda stratégique pour la recherche, le transfert et l’innovation, 2013
- Ministère de l’enseignement supérieur et de la recherche, Etat de l’enseignement supérieur et de la recherche, février 2013
-  Navi RADJOU, Jaideep PRABHU, Simone AHUJA, L’innovation JUGAAD, Diateino, 2013
- Jean-Luc BEYLAT, Pierre TAMBOURIN, L’innovation, un enjeu majeur pour la France, Dynamiser la croissance des entreprises innovantes, 2013
- M. Eric CARREEL et M. Clément MOREAU, L’impression 3D en France : qui fait quoi et où en impression 3D en France ?
- Union des industries chimiques (UIC), Chimie Innovation 2030, 28 juin 2013
-  IFSSTAR, CSTB, CERIB, Syndicat français de l’industrie cimentière, Vers des produits et des matériaux de construction technologiques pour les bâtiments et les infrastructures de la ville de demain
-  IFSSTAR, IDRRIM, La route de cinquième génération
-  OCDE, Perspectives économiques, 2013 ;
- BETC et Havas Worldwide, Etude sur les tendances sociétales, juillet 2012
- Geneviève FIORASO, Les enjeux de la biologie synthétique, rapport de l’OPECST, février 2012
- DATAR, Territoires 2040, Des systèmes spatiaux en prospective, in Revue d’études et de prospective n°4, 2011
- Association des centraliens, 8 priorités pour dynamiser l’innovation en France, Armand Colin, 2011
- Centre d’analyse stratégique, France 2030 : 5 scénarios de croissance, avril 2011
- Direction générale de la compétitivité, de l’industrie et des services, Technologies clés 2015, mars 2011
-  Roland Berger Strategy Consultants, Global Future Trends, 2011
- McKinsey, Global Forces : how strategic trends affect your business,
- Alain JUPPE et Michel ROCARD, Investir pour l’avenir, priorités stratégiques d’investissement et emprunt national, novembre 2009

Prominent figures consulted

  • Philippe Aghion, Economist, Commission member and author of "Rethinking industrial policy"
  • Olivier Appert, Chairman and CEO, IFP Energies Nouvelles
  • André Michel Ballester, CEO, Sorin Group
  • Jean-Louis Beffa, Chairman of the Board, Saint-Gobain
  • Jean-Louis Bellingard, CEO, Biomérieux
  • Philippe Berna, Chair, Comité Richelieu (French association of innovative SMEs)
  • Xavier Beulin, Chair, Sofiprotéol
  • Jean-Lou Blachier, public procurement mediator
  • François Bottelier-Depois, Consultant, conseil&recherche
  • Michel Boucly, Deputy Managing Director, Sofiprotéol
  • Philippe Bouyoux, Deputy Head of the General Commission for Investment, Rapporteur for the Juppé-Rocard Committee, Commission member; see presentation on the Invest for the Future programme
  • Jean-Louis Caffier, Journalist, Commission member
  • Frédéric Cuvellier, former Minister Delegate with responsibility for Transport and the Maritime Economy
  • Bertrand Dalle, Associate Director, conseil&recherche
  • Alain Damais, Deputy Managing Director for Economic and International Affairs, MEDEF
  • François Darchis, Senior Vice-President and Executive Committee member, Air Liquide
  • Marc Daunis, French Senator, Senate Secretary
  • Isabelle Delannoy, Manager, DoGreen
  • Michèle Delaunay, Minister Delegate with responsibility for the Elderly and Long-Term Care
  • Agnès Denis, Manager, conseil&recherché
  • Nicolas Dufourcq, General Director, Bpifrance; Commission member and Laure Reinhart, Director of Partnerships and Innovative Ecosystems, Bpifrance
  • Mercedes Erra, Founder, BETC; Executive President, Havas Worldwide, and Commission member
  • Geneviève Fioraso, Minister for Higher Education and Research
  • Marc Florette, Executive Commission Member, Director of Research and Innovation Division, GDF Suez
  • Pierre Etienne Franc, Vice-President, Advanced Business & Technologies
  • Thierry Gaudin, President, Prospective 2100
  • François Gerin, Vice-General Director, Siemens France
  • Alain Giffard, National Secretary in charge of economics and industry sectors, CFE‑CGC
  • Marc Giget, Founding Chairman, European Institute for Creative Strategies and Innovation
  • Pierre Laffitte, former French Senator
  • Marie-Cécile Lebas, Public Affairs Director, Syngenta
  • Christophe Lecante, Vice-Chair, Comité Richelieu
  • Jean-Pierre Letartre, Director, Pôle France 2020
  • Bruno Maisonnier, CEO, Aldebaran
  • Gérard Mestrallet, CEO, GDF Suez
  • Arnaud Montebourg, Minister for Industrial Renewal
  • Pascal Pavageau, Confederal Secretary, Force Ouvrière
  • Matthieu Pélissié du Rausas, Director, McKinsey & Company, and Karim Tadjeddine, Principal
  • Fleur Pellerin, Minister Delegate with responsibility for Small and Medium Enterprises, Innovation, and the Digital Economy
  • Patrick Pierron, National Secretary in charge of industrial policies, CFDT
  • Jean Pisani-Ferry, Commissioner General for Policy Planning, Commission member
  • Jean-Philippe Puig, General Director, Sofiprotéol
  • Navi Radjou, Fellow, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge; co-author of Jugaad Innovation and From Smart to Wise
  • Joël de Rosnay, forecasting specialist, Special Adviser, Universcience, author of a report on nanotechnologies
  • Gérard Roucairol, Chair of the National Academy of Technologies of France and Jean-Claude Raoul, Member
  • Jean-François Rous, Director of innovation, Sofiprotéol
  • Jean-Baptiste Rudelle, CEO, Critéo
  • Serge Sarlat, President, Urban Morphology Institute
  • Edouard Sauvage, Executive Commission member, Director of Strategy, GDF Suez
  • Thomas Serval, entrepreneur, Member of the Comité Richelieu
  • Thierry Sueur, Vice-President of European & International Affairs, Air Liquide
  • Pierre Tambourin, Director, Genopole, co-author of the report "L'innovation, un enjeu majeur pour la France"
  • François Thiboust, Director of Public Affairs, Bayer CropScience
  • Stéphane Yrles, Director of Public Affairs and Institutional Relations, Sofiprotéol

 

 

 

 

 

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On 10 July 2013, Anne Lauvergeon appeared before the Senate's Economic Affairs Committee and Sustainable Development Committee (french).

 

 

 

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