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Business incubator 2012 Juha Peralampi
Business incubator 2012 Juha Peralampi
Business incubator 2012 Juha Peralampi
Business incubator 2012 Juha Peralampi
Business incubator 2012 Juha Peralampi
Business incubator 2012 Juha Peralampi
Business incubator 2012 Juha Peralampi
Business incubator 2012 Juha Peralampi
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  • 1. BUILDING THE ENTREPRENEURIAL UNIVERSITY INFINLAND - JAMK BUSINESS INCUBATOR “Building the Entrepreneurial University” at Stanford University 12-16 November 2012 by Juha Perälampi, Manager of JAMK Business Incubator 1 27.11.2012
  • 2. 1.PERSPECTIVE• Our mission is to promote entrepreneurship, innovations and entrepreneurial spirit among students and staff• Started off in 2007 with 6 teams per year, today over 60 and 100 applicants• Primary method is coaching• 2-24 months• 3-60 ECTS, part of student’s academic degree (Bachelor’s or Master’s) Juha Perälampi 27.11.2012 2
  • 3. TARGET GROUPS1. Existing entrepreneurs How to become a growth oriented entrepreneur2. Students, who have a business idea, innovation or about to acquire or inherit a business  From a business idea into a profitable business3. Students, who are highly motivated to become entrepreneurs in the future but do not have a business idea  Entrepreneurial springboard Juha Perälampi 27.11.2012 3
  • 4. ENTREPRENEURIAL GROWTH PATH #1 Esityksen nimi, Tekijä 27.11.2012 4
  • 5. BUSINESS INCUBATOR RESULTS 2011• Over 60 teams• 16 new companies• 12 existing companies• 500 ECTS credits• Total turnover during 2011 over 4 million dollars• Internationalization: sales and procurement operations in USA, Germany, Russia, China, Italy, Sweden, the Netherlands, Ethiopia Juha Perälampi 27.11.2012 5
  • 6. 2.OPPORTUNITY• 10 % of students are entrepreneurs upon graduation in all units• More high-growth companies• Closer cooperation with other local Universities and service providers• Commercialization of the Incubator concept• Stanford and “Building the Entrepreneurial University” networks photo courtesy of FreeDigitalPhotos.net Juha Perälampi 27.11.2012 6
  • 7. GROWTH COMPANIES 0,5-3 working days briefing 0,5 % 3-5 cr courses 3-60 cr courses ENTREPRENEURIAL UNIVERSITY GROWING, 1% KNOWLEDGE BASED 3.SOLUTION COMPANIES STUDENT AND STAFF-BASED IDEAS, PRE-INCUBATION 10 %100 % INTRAPRENEURSHIP – ATTITUDE, MOTIVATION AND SKILLS Multidisciplinary Entrepreneurship and Innovation courses Jyväskylä Entrepreneurial Society 100 % 40 % 10 %
  • 8. THANK YOU! QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS? Juha Perälampi 27.11.2012 8
  • 9. CONTACT INFORMATIONJuha PerälampiManager, JAMK-Business Incubatortel. +358 (0)41-534 3603Email: juha.peralampi@jamk.fiJAMK University of Applied SciencesRajakatu 35, FI-40200 Jyväskylä, Finland Juha Perälampi 27.11.2012 9

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