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2015 Global Innovation 1000 study: Innovation’s New World Order

For the 11th year running, Strategy&, PwC's strategy consulting business, analyzed the top 1,000 public companies around the world that spent the most on R&D during the last fiscal year. This year’s results paint a detailed picture of not only who’s spending the most on R&D, but also where they are spending it.

2015 Global Innovation 1000 study: Innovation’s New World Order

  1. Innovation’s New World Order 2015 Global Innovation 1000 study October 2015 SlideShare
  2. Strategy& | PwC Innovation’s New World Order We researched the global R&D footprint of: • Top 100 companies from the Global Innovation 1000 (the 1,000 public corporations worldwide that spent the most on researching and developing products and services for their markets) • Top 50 companies in the largest three industries: auto, healthcare, and computing & electronics • Top 20 companies in industrials, and software & Internet This resulted in 207 companies – reflecting overlap – which are headquartered in 23 countries, conducting R&D activities at 2,041 R&D sites in more than 60 countries, and represent 71% of the total Global Innovation 1000 R&D spend.
  3. Strategy& | PwC Innovation’s New World Order The largest corporate spenders by region have remained the same, but where they spend their R&D has changed Source: Strategy& 2015 Global Innovation 1000 analysis Corporate in-region (domestic & imported) R&D 2007 & 2015 $US billions Corporate R&D by companies headquartered region 2007 & 2015 $US billions Asia is now the top regional destination for corporate R&D spending, followed by North America and Europe. In 2007, that order was reversed 2015 Rest of world Europe 0% 25% 45% 2007 24% 42% 30% 1% Asia $480 North America +37% 34% $351 35% 33% 2015 35% 5% $480 4% Europe North America34% 27% $351 Asia +37% 2007 28% Rest of world
  4. Strategy& | PwC Innovation’s New World Order Asia’s rise as the top region for R&D spending was driven by both robust imports and domestic spending Source: Strategy& 2015 Global Innovation 1000 analysis Asia in-country (domestic & imported) R&D 2007 & 2015 $US billions $10 $50 $40 $30 $20 $0 $60 $25 China Japan $3 South Korea $5 Rest of Asia +24% $7 +120% India $7 Taiwan $7 $50 +115% +98% +32% $13 $3 Singapore $6 $13 +121% $40 +121% $55 $28 2015 2007
  5. Strategy& | PwC Innovation’s New World Order Leading the way for Asia was China, which is closing in on the U.S. as the largest destination for imported R&D Source: Strategy& 2015 Global Innovation 1000 analysis Top five countries that China imported R&D from 2007 & 2015 $US billions Imported R&D by country 2007 & 2015 $US billions $44 +79% Switzerland Japan +141% U.S. 22% Germany Rest of World South Korea 41% 2015 21% 10% 7% 6% 15% 2007 $25 31% 20% 12% 9% 7% $10$0 $50$30$20 $60$40 +74% Singapore +121% +64% +23% +116% France Germany U.K. U.S. +79% +12% India Canada Japan -7% Israel +12% -21% China 2007 2015
  6. Strategy& | PwC Top three responses are based on proximity Innovation’s New World Order R&D professionals ranked proximity higher than cost advantages when moving R&D activities to China Source: Strategy& 2015 Global Innovation 1000 survey data and analysis What are the benefits of moving R&D functions to China? 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Lower development costs 53% 59% 54% Proximity to key manufacturing sites Proximity to high growth market 39% Proximity to key suppliers Access to technical talent Reliability of project execution 71% 26% 33% 30% Easier place to export to the rest of the world Experienced labor market
  7. Strategy& | PwC Innovation’s New World Order The U.S. remains the largest in-country R&D spender... Source: Strategy& 2015 Global Innovation 1000 analysis In-country (domestic & imported) R&D 2007 & 2015 $US billions $150 $0 $50 $100 France +120% +34% Germany ItalyIsrael +115% -21% +98% +69% -5% +15% +12% South Korea +41% China $109 U.S. $25 $145 $11$7 $13 $7 $16$20$22$23 $28 $13 $32$28 $50 $40 Canada $55 $11$8 $9 $10 Japan U.K.India +24% 2015 2007
  8. Strategy& | PwC Innovation’s New World Order … however, its lead against key Asian countries is eroding Source: Strategy& 2015 Global Innovation 1000 analysis *Eastern Europe Includes: Russia, Poland, Romania, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Croatia, Hungary, Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Serbia, Turkey, and Slovenia % Change 2007-2015, in-country (domestic and imported) R&D relative to the U.S. Height of bar = 2015 in-country R&D spend ($US billions) 0% 40% 60%50%-20% -10% 70%-50% -40% -30% 10% 20% 30% France $16 $55 64% -41% U.K. -29% $22 Canada -16% $10 Germany -14% $32 Japan -7% $50 Italy 5%$11 Eastern Europe* 15%$14 Israel 26%$11 South Korea 48%$13 India 61%$28 China Asia Europe North America Rest of world U.S. = 0 Gained advantageLost advantage
  9. Strategy& | PwC Innovation’s New World Order U.S. firms significantly increased R&D performed in low- cost Asian countries such as China and India Source: Strategy& 2015 Global Innovation 1000 analysis U.S. HQ firms’ R&D allocation 2007 & 2015 $US billions Top 7 countries that the U.S. exported R&D to 2007 & 2015 $US billions $214 25% U.S. Rest of world Europe 43% 11% 21% Asia 2015 $146 17% 2007 27% 11% 45% 5% 45% 10% 7% 9% 2007 $80 9% 8% 6% 2015 Rest of World $121 India Canada Japan U.K. Israel Germany China 5% 9% 7% 5% 15% 15% 36% 7%
  10. Strategy& | PwC Innovation’s New World Order Europe’s decline results from low growth in domestic and imported R&D, and high growth in exported R&D Source: Strategy& 2015 Global Innovation 1000 analysis % change in R&D spending by region 2007-2015 North America Europe Asia R&D by domestic companies R&D imported R&D exported 46% 18% 2% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% 50% 40% R&D by domestic companies R&D exported 21% R&D imported 16% 86% 60% R&D by domestic companies R&D exported R&D imported
  11. Strategy& | PwC Innovation’s New World Order R&D professionals ranked access to talent and proximity to customers as top factors in choosing where to conduct R&D Source: Strategy& 2015 Global Innovation 1000 survey data and analysis The most important attributes when considering where to conduct your R&D 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% 38% Software design Tax advantages 34% Labor costs 44% Operating costs 56% Insight into local market needs 64% Proximity to customers 68% Access to technical talent 71%
  12. Strategy& | PwC Innovation’s New World Order Key guidelines for executing global innovation Create clear missions, roles and lines of authority to align R&D sites with the company’s innovation strategy. Strategy & innovation Operational excellence As part of the overall business strategy, articulate the role that innovation plays in the company’s strategy. Competitive advantage Talent management The role of innovation in the company’s competitive advantage should inform the company’s global footprint. Construct a global talent management strategy that has common standards for development and retention. Customers & markets Corporate culture Define the markets and the customers within those markets that are central to the company’s growth strategy. Foster a culture that supports the company’s unique innovation strategy and encourages collaboration worldwide.
  13. Strategy& | PwC Innovation’s New World Order © 2015 PwC. All rights reserved. PwC refers to the PwC network and/or one or more of its member firms, each of which is a separate legal entity. Please see www.pwc.com/structure for further details. Mentions of Strategy& refer to the global team of practical strategists that is integrated within the PwC network of firms. For more about Strategy&, see www.strategyand.pwc.com. No reproduction is permitted in whole or part without written permission of PwC. “strategy+business” is a trademark of PwC. This content is general information purposes only, and should not be used as a substitute for consultation with professional advisors. See more of the findings from this year’s Global Innovation 1000 study, including videos, interactive graphics, and an in-depth look at the globalization of R&D: www.strategyand.pwc.com/innovation1000

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