The study shows that a group of Polish entrepreneurs increasing spending on R&D&I is growing. In 2012, the average share of business spending on R&D was 37%, while in 2014 it was already 47%. According to the survey, there is a growing number of businesses that employ in-house research and development teams. A readiness to protect innovations by patents proves strongly that the importance of running R&D&I activity within the company is getting more important. European Patent Office (EPO) recorded a fourfold increase in applications from Poland over the last decade.
Companies recognise the correlation between investments in innovation and business benefits. As many as 90% of the representatives of the R&D departments believes that the development of innovative solutions will generate additional revenue. The companies also report that investing in developing innovations allows them to successfully enter new markets abroad.
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