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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