In Lithuania, 32.9 percent of enterprises were innovative in 2010-2012, down from 34.5 percent in 2008-2010.
Innovation activities refer to product and process innovation as well as organisational and marketing innovation. Between 2010 and 2012, innovation in EU enterprises related mainly to organisation (27.5 percent of all enterprises), followed by marketing innovations (24.3 percent), product innovations (23.7 percent) and process innovations (21.4 percent). It should be noted that enterprises could have introduced innovations in more than one single area.
During the period 2010-2012, the highest proportions of enterprises with innovation activity were recorded in
Germany (66.9 percent of enterprises), Luxembourg (66.1 percent) and Ireland (58.7 percent). On the contrary, less than 30 percent of
enterprises had innovation activity in that period in Romania (20.7 percent), Poland (23.0 percent) and Bulgaria (27.4 percent).