1. We agreed that Innovation 4.0 should be driven by science, technology and creativity and should focus on building an innovation ecosystem to find solutions for the top priorities of the social, economic and environmental issues that we are facing today.
2. We recognized the importance of the creative economy as an element of the innovation ecosystem where the innovation stakeholders network, collaborate, distribute their ideas and co-innovate/co-create in a global context utilizing the full innovation potential at national level. Furthermore the existing infrastructure, environment, culture, education and regulatory policy frameworks of a country should work to improve the cycle of innovation and the ability to build a creative economy.
3. We discussed the importance of open innovation and a collaborative innovation ecosystem that strategically connect all relevant innovation stakeholders including higher education institutions, research institutes, industries, civil society, nongovernmental organization and governments at a global level.
4. We discussed the importance of the interaction between higher education and business sector in the creative economy at regional level. We recognized that the success of a creative economy is anchored in the interaction of innovation stakeholders of the region.
5. We also recognized the importance of the universities and research institutions in basic sciences to foster creative industries. In this regard, positive potential has been observed in fostering research capabilities of different research actors by establishing international collaboration.
6. We recognized that there are a number of factors that need to come together to establish an innovation cluster: technology aware culture, venture capital, universities, highly motivated entrepreneurs and workforce, accumulated inventions and technologies, innovation-centered infrastructure, companies and environment that supports personal well-being.
7. We reaffirmed our commitment to address real issues on advancing the innovation ecosystem version 4.0 to build creative economy. The coordinator’s group needs to formally set up an open collaboration network for the innovation paradigm in a global context to include all developing countries.
8. We witnessed the important role that the Global Innovation Forum plays as an international platformfor sharing innovative ideas and for exploringways of developing cooperation around innovation. We agreed to organizethe Global Innovation Forum on a regular basis.
9. UNESCO and the World Technopolis Association will continue to play an essential role in the organization of the Global Innovation Forum.
10. We reached an agreement on the next Global Innovation Forum being held in South Tangerang City, (Indonesia) in 2016. We agreed to meet again to review progress on our commitments.