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  • 1. Zainul Fadziruddin Zainuddin: Introduction Current Designation: • Director, Business Advisory Division, Malaysian Technology Development Corporation Sdn Bhd (MTDC; Integrated multi-industry investment and development agency); May 20012-present Academic Experiences • Director, Innovations Office, Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM), 2007-May 2012 • Founding Dean, School of Health Sciences, USM, 1999-2007 • Head, Medical Microbiology & Parasitology, School of Medical Sciences, USM, 1994-1999 • Lecturer, School of Medical Sciences, USM, 1988-1999 • BSc Microbiology (East Anglia, 1984), PhD Molecular Microbiology (Surrey, 1988) Non-Academic Experiences • Board Member, Malaysian Biotechnology Development Corporation (BiotechCorp; biotechnology industry development agency), 2009-present • Board Member, Xeraya Capital Sdn Bhd (Xeraya; VC & PE for life sciences companies), 2011-present • Board Member, Malaysian Technology Development Corp; 2004-May 2012 • Founding Director, Sanggar SAINS Sdn Bhd (USM’s commercialization organization) 2008-2012 • Founding Director, InnovationXchange Malaysia Berhad (industry-university “communication”) 2009- 2012 • SVP, CEO’s Office, BiotechCorp, 2006-2006 Confidential and Restricted
  • 2. Universiti Sains Malaysia (Internal Ecosystem)
  • 3. USM Commercialization Pathway: Pre-1999 Industry Entrepreneurship & Business DVC R&D Commercialization Deans Development Deputy Deans Fundamental & Applied Research
  • 4. USM Commercialization Pathway: 1999-2007 Industry Entrepreneurship & Business DVC R&D Commercialization Deans Development Deputy Deans Fundamental & Applied Research
  • 5. USM Commercialization Pathway: 1999-2006 Industry Entrepreneurship Focused on consultancies, & Business DVC R&D testing & contract research Commercialization Deans Development Deputy Deans Fundamental & Applied Research
  • 6. Guiding Principles: 2006-2011 Major innovations flow from breakthroughs made by curiosity- driven research. White Paper of the Department of Trade and Industry, United Kingdom: A Science Policy for the 21st Century• No one can do it alone: Innovation has always been about connecting ideas with the right technologies, resources and capabilities It’s no longer individuals toiling in a laboratory, coming up with some great invention. It’s not an individual. It’s individuals. It’s multidisciplinary. It’s global. It’s collaborative.“ Sam Palmisano, Chair, President and CEO, IBM• No one single nation (or institution or individual) has all the good ideas: Dr Roger Wyse, Managing Director, Burrill & Company and Co- Chairman, Malaysian Life Sciences Capital Fund Confidential and Restricted
  • 7. Guiding Principles: 2006-2011• Environment, Culture, Support services: It is impossible to develop a truly innovative organization if creativity is ignored or stifled. And likewise, without effective processes in place to transform creative ideas into practical, real world, value added application, creativity is of no commercial value whatsoever: Mitchell Rigie & Keith Harmeyer http://www.a1articles.com/article_971937_15.html• Next generation entrepreneurs: Malaysia’s pool of entrepreneurs especially technopreneurs is very small; Postgraduates and Undergraduates are the future entrepreneurs Confidential and Restricted
  • 8. Guiding Principles: 2006-2011 Receptive (informed) consumers is the market for innovative products, provide support for research and is Receptive Consumers the resource for future generations of other components of this cycle Discoverers, Inventors &Marketeers & Communicators Innovators Common Denominator: Innovative, Collaborative and Receptive People Manufacturers/Providers/Funders of knowledge-based products & Transformers and Entrepreneurs services Confidential and Restricted
  • 9. Evolution of USM’s Innovation Ecosystem: USM Commercialization Pathway: 2007-2011 R-D-C-E (2008) Industry Sanggar SAINS Sdn Bhd Entrepreneurship DVC I&CN & Business DVC R&I Research & Creativity Innovations Management Office Commercialization Office Deans of Research Development DeansDeputy Deans (Academic) Deputy Deans (R&PS) Fundamental & Applied Research
  • 10. Evolution of USM’s Innovation Ecosystem: USM Commercialization Pathway: 2007-2011 R-D-C-E (2008) Industry Sanggar SAINS Commercialization Management Unit Bhd Sdn • Business Development Services via Entrepreneurship DVC I&CN Innovator Program & Business • IP protection services DVC R&I • Market Research Research & Creativity • Valuation Service Innovations Management Office Commercialization Office Business & Collaborative Research Deans of Research Networking, IP Development & Marketing Development Connect service • USM DeansDeputy Deans (Academic) • IXC Intermediary service Deputy Deans (R&PS) • IP & Entrepreneur development via Fundamental & Applied “INNOVATOR PROGRAM” of Research Sanggar SAINS
  • 11. Evolution of USM’s Innovation Ecosystem: USM Commercialization Pathway: 2007-2011 R-D-C-E (2008) Industry Sanggar SAINS Intellectual Property Management Unit Sdn Bhd • IP Policy Implementation & Monitoring Entrepreneurship DVC I&CN • IP Management Services (Legal, & Business Patent, Copyright, etc) DVC R&I • TechTransfer & Licensing Research & Creativity • Company registrations Innovations Management Office • IP & Comm. Database Management Commercialization Office Creativity & Promotion Management Deans of Research Unit • Exhibition & Events Development Deans • Promotion & MarketingDeputy Deans (Academic) • Design & Graphics Deputy Deans (R&PS) • Commercialization Training Progs Fundamental & Applied Research • Intellectual Property Training Progs
  • 12. Evolution of USM’s Innovation Ecosystem: USM Commercialization Pathway: 2007-2011 R-D-C-E (2008) Industry Sanggar SAINS Sdn Bhd Entrepreneurship DVC I&CN & Business Sanggar SAINS Sdn Bhd (created 2008) DVC R&I Research & • Brought in industry and entrepreneurial-experienced individuals Creativity • Developed and implemented the “Innovator Programme” for Innovations Management Office Commercialization • Intellectual Property commercialization and networking with Office industry • Entrepreneur development Deans of Research • Creation of innovation and entrepreneurial culture in USM • Planned the development of the Science & Arts Innovation Development Deans Space (sains@usm) •Deputy Deans (Academic) 31 acres of prime land in Penang Deputy Deans (R&PS) • Integrated Research, Incubation & Business • 3 original blocks fully occupied Fundamental & Applied • Ist new block-Innovation Incubation for University (I2U) : Research received RM51 million from the Economic Planning Unit in September 2011
  • 13. preliminary design of sains@usmarchitectural brief New Blocks in Planning Residences International Green area for School recreational and business activities Business Incubators and Engineering, offices Technology, Sciences and Hotel and Arts Convention Incubators Centre Confidential and Restricted
  • 14. Preiminary Design: Cladding topromote air-flow & reduce heat; based on songket weave
  • 15. Preiminary Design: Amphitheater to encourage artistic activities andplace to bring people from diverse disciplines together
  • 16. Current & Future Development of sains@usmInst. Pharmaceuticals & Nutraceuticals (MOSTI) Centre for Chemical Biology (USM) Inst. for Higher Education Research (USM & MOHE) National Advanced IPv6 Centre (USM & MICC) I2U Life Sciences I2U Engineering: Centre for Collaborative Research in Science and Technology (CREST); Khazanah-NCIA-USM- Penang Industry Consortium Sentinext Sdn Bhd (vaccine company funded by MLSCF & MTDC) Graduate School of Business (USM) I2U Humanities & Arts I2U Physical Sciences Convention Centre, Accommodation, Educational Facilities etc (via PFI)2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Organizations in sains@usm Confidential and Restricted
  • 17. Evolution of USM’s Innovation Ecosystem: R-D-C-E (2009-onwards) & Industry Global Research ? How to connect effectively National Research & Industry
  • 18. Evolution of USM’s Innovation Ecosystem: R-D-C-E (2009-2011) & Industry Global Research Intermediaries IXC Malaysia InnovationXchange National Research & Industry
  • 19. Evolution of USM’s Innovation Ecosystem: R-D-C-E (2009-2011) & Industry Global Research Intermediaries IXC Malaysia InnovationXchange Trusted channels of communication National Research & Industry
  • 20. Global Research & Industry Trusted channels of communicationIXC United Kingdom IXC International Intermediaries IXC Malaysia InnovationXchange Trusted channels of communication National Research & Industry
  • 21. Global Research & Industry Trusted channels of communication IXC United Kingdom IXC International USM Connect (internal mini IXC) Connector Service Intermediaries(IP Intelligence, enhance internal networking, IXC Malaysiamultidisciplinary synergy) Via USM Connectors InnovationXchange Trusted channels of communication Volunteer Academics National Research & Industry
  • 22. sains@usm Business Space (business activities)Nurture and Develop IP/Incubatee
  • 23. Evolution of USM’s Innovation Ecosystem: External business R-D-C-E : Future Visionentities SME’s, GLCs, Attract to locate/relocate or set up units in sains@usm MNCs & LLCs Business Space (business activities)
  • 24. Is it working….? 24
  • 25. From Jan 1980 until December 2007•National & International patents filed= 40•National & International patents granted = 27•Start-ups arising from USM’s IP = 7Between 2007 (start of Innovations Office core services and Sanggar SAINS’Innovator Program) until Feb 2012• New National and International patents filed = 248• New National & International patents filing in the pipeline = 13• New Licensing deals = 83• New National and International patents granted = 11• New Spin-offs and JV’s arising from USM’s IP = 17• Business Case ready but not yet implemented =8• Business Case in progress =6• Business Case to be initiated (comm. potential identified) = 23• Initial funding for sains@usm = RM51 millionNOTE: Between 2007-2011, the commercialization activities came from the active evaluation ofresearch output from approximately 150-200 academic staff. USM has 1,500 academic staff Confidential and Restricted
  • 26. Malaysian TechnologyDevelopment Corporation (External Ecosystem)
  • 27. Business Advisory Division 1 September 2012 Organizational Structure PROF ZAINUL FADZIRUDDIN ZAINUDDIN (Director)ECOSYSTEM BUSINESS & & SYMBIOSIS NURTURING SYMBIOSIS II SYMBIOSIS FINANCIALTECHNOLOG I DEPT DEPT DEPT III DEPT ADVISORYY ADVISORY DEPT DEPT Business FundValue Added Advisory RaisingServices Unit Tech Centre Tech Centre Unit Unit Vacant Mgmt Unit Infrastructure & Project Unit Collaboration Technology Advisory Connection Services Unit Unit Confidential and Restricted
  • 28. Structure of Symbiosis Graduate Entrepreneurship Programme PREPARATIVE STAGE PHASES & ACTIVITIES TIMEFRAME PHASE I: SELECTION OF IP/TECHNOLOGIES AND PROGRAMME PARTICIPANTS (A) MARKET EVALUATION & SELECTION OF 4 WEEKS IP/TECHNOLOGIES (B) EARLY STAGE SELECTION OF PARTICIPANTS 6 WEEKSPHASE II: COURSES AND TRAINING (A) INDUCTION 1 WEEKS (B) IC² COMMERCIALISATION WORKSHOP, ENTREPRENEURSHIP & TEAM-BUILDING TRAINING 4 WEEKSPHASE III: FINAL SELECTION OF ENTREPRENEURS 3 WEEKSPHASE IV: COMPANY INCORPORATION, BUSINESS & LEGAL CURRENT: 6- NEGOTIATIONS WITH IHLS, TECH TRANSFER MANUAL 8 WEEKS PREPARATION & TRAINING, CLIENT CONTACT, MARKET STUDY AND OTHER BUSINESS (TO BE PREPARATIONS, FUNDING PROPOSAL PREPARATION REVISED: 6-8 AND SUBMISSION TO MTDC MONTHS) COMMERCIALISATION STAGE (WITH CRDF OR BSF FUNDING)PHASE V: INCUBATION 24 MONTHS PHASE VI: GRADUATION, MARKET ENTRY AND GROWTH ANALYSIS OF THE PROGRAMME AND OUTCOMES
  • 29. Structure of Symbiosis Graduate Entrepreneurship Programme PREPARATIVE STAGE PHASES & ACTIVITIES TIMEFRAME PHASE I: SELECTION OF IP/TECHNOLOGIES AND PROGRAMME 300:20 PARTICIPANTS (A) MARKET EVALUATION & SELECTION OF 4 WEEKS IP/TECHNOLOGIES (B) EARLY STAGE SELECTION OF PARTICIPANTS 6 WEEKSPHASE II: COURSES AND TRAINING 40:10 (A) INDUCTION 1 WEEKS (B) IC² COMMERCIALISATION WORKSHOP, ENTREPRENEURSHIP & TEAM-BUILDING TRAINING 4 WEEKSPHASE III: FINAL SELECTION OF ENTREPRENEURS 3 WEEKSPHASE IV: COMPANY INCORPORATION, BUSINESS & LEGAL CURRENT: 6- 20:10 NEGOTIATIONS WITH IHLS, TECH TRANSFER MANUAL 8 WEEKS PREPARATION & TRAINING, CLIENT CONTACT, MARKET STUDY AND OTHER BUSINESS (TO BE PREPARATIONS, FUNDING PROPOSAL PREPARATION REVISED: 6-8 AND SUBMISSION TO MTDC MONTHS) COMMERCIALISATION STAGE (WITH CRDF OR BSF FUNDING)PHASE V: INCUBATION 24 MONTHS PHASE VI: GRADUATION, MARKET ENTRY AND GROWTH ANALYSIS OF THE PROGRAMME AND OUTCOMES
  • 30. Ongoing Symbiosis Graduate Entrepreneurship Programme with RU IHLsYear of Symbiosis No of No ofLaunch Program Companies Entrepreneurs 2008 FRIM-MTDC 1 10 19 2 2010 UKM-MTDC 10 10 2010 UTM-MTDC 3 10 10 4 2011 UPM-MOHE-MTDC 10 19 5 2011 USM-NCIA-MTDC 10 20 TOTAL 50 78 1: 9 companies have started to generate revenue in 2010/2012 2: 1 company have started to generate revenue in 2011/2012 3: 4 companies have started to generate revenue in 2011/2012; 1 company wound up 4: Grants approved in Oct 2012; 2 entrepreneurs have exited the programme 5: Grant applications in process as of Oct 2012 Confidential and Restricted
  • 31. Symbiosis Companies & Entrepreneurs Summary Update (September 2012) 2009 2010 2011 2012No. of Symbiosis Programmes 1 2 3 5Cummulative number of startup companies 10 20 40 50in the ProgrammesCummulative number of 19 29 58 78Technopreneurs in the ProgrammesCummulative number of startup companies 0 0 1 3ceasing operationsCummulative number of Technopreneurs 0 0 1 3exiting Symbiosis ProgrammeNumber of active startup companies 10 20 39 47Number of active Technopreneurs 19 29 57 75 Confidential and Restricted
  • 32. CEO’s Office, Technology Ventures and Business Advisory Divisions Inputs Selected Entrepreneurs Symbiosis Symbiosis Partners Selected Companies & MOHE, NCIA, YP Validated IPs Entrepreneurs Companies funded by one or more of MTDC’s funding programmes = approx. 500 (1992- Garage Space 2012) (very early stage companies) Established companies “Advisory” in MTDC’s MTDC Tech. “Mentorship” TDC & IPs Companies & Dev. CentresProposed External by IHLs Entrepreneurs for EcosystemsSymbiosis Enterprise Space Prog. (early-late stage IP market validated companies) Business IPs by licensee/owner expansion (individuals or generated companies) by IHLs & RIs Market Entry IPs generated by Individuals or Companies Services by Financial & Business Advisory, Ecosystem & Technology Advisory and Value Added Services Confidential and Restricted
  • 33. CEO’s Office, Technology Ventures and Business Advisory Divisions Interlinks Selected Entrepreneurs COMMUNITY Symbiosis Symbiosis Partners Selected Companies & MOHE, NCIA, YP Validated IPs Entrepreneurs CEO’s Office CEO’s Office Tech Ventures Business CSR CRDF Development Tech Ventures Garage Space MVF BSF/BGF (very early stage Validated companies) Established IP companies “Advisory” in MTDC’s MTDC Tech. “Mentorship” TDC & IPs Tech Companies & Dev. CentresProposed Ventures External by IHLs Market Entrepreneurs for Validation EcosystemsSymbiosis Fund Enterprise Space Prog. (early-late stage IP market validated companies) Business IPs by licensee/owner Tech Ventures expansion (individuals or generated TAF/CRDF/BS companies) by IHLs & F/BGF RIs Market Entry IPs generated by Tech Ventures Individuals or BGF/Venture Capital Companies Services by Financial & Business Advisory, Ecosystem & Technology Advisory and Value Added Services Confidential and Restricted
  • 34. Thank You Confidential and Restricted