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Artiman Ventures - Industry Opportunities at the Healthcare Global Market

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Artiman Ventures team member Dr. Ajit Singh, former CEO of Biolmagene shares his thoughts on the Industry opportunities at the healthcare global market. He describes how Artiman reviews the innovation …

Artiman Ventures team member Dr. Ajit Singh, former CEO of Biolmagene shares his thoughts on the Industry opportunities at the healthcare global market. He describes how Artiman reviews the innovation and entrepreneurship with few examples of Portfolio companies that they have guided in this industry.
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  • 1. 1 Industry Opportunities at the Healthcare Global Market Ajit Singh, Ph.D. ARTIMAN VENTURES
  • 2. 2 two vignettes
  • 3. 3 1 innovation 2 entrepreneurship
  • 4. 4 1 innovation 2 entrepreneurship
  • 5. 5 lets take a short journey
  • 6. 6 through a place of immense diversity
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  • 20. 20 a small archipelago
  • 21. 21 a rich diversity of life
  • 22. 22 on land
  • 23. 23 water in
  • 24. 24 sky and
  • 25. 25 where?
  • 26. 26 why and
  • 27. 27 where
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  • 33. 33 galapagos
  • 34. 34 why
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  • 37. 37
  • 38. 38 coral reefs
  • 39. 39 nature’s innovationplatform
  • 40. 40 why?
  • 41. 41 right temperature 1
  • 42. 42 good mobility 2
  • 43. 43 encouraged diversity 3
  • 44. 44 connectionsare made
  • 45. 45 failures are discarded
  • 46. 46 quickly
  • 47. 47 that’s natures platform for innovation
  • 48. 48 what is man-made platform for innovation
  • 49. 49 silicon valley
  • 50. 50 why is this difficult to replicate in most cultures
  • 51. 51 very hierarchical 1 cultures
  • 52. 52 very poor diversity of 2 viewpoints
  • 53. 53 very poor listening 3 skills
  • 54. 54 1 innovation 2 entrepreneurship
  • 55. 55 what is disruptive innovation?
  • 56. 56
  • 57. 57 a low-end ultrasound?
  • 58. 58 a high-end stethoscope?
  • 59. 59
  • 60. 60 These innovations were all disruptive for a the following: When they were introduced, their performance was initially much lower than that of the existing technologies… But, they were able to bring the cost down so dramatically that their adoption became inevitable… sometimes in an alternative market segment (to start with) Eventually, their performance caught on, and led to their mass dissemination.
  • 61. 61 now, another type of disruptiveinnovation
  • 62. 62
  • 63. 63 These innovations were also disruptive, but for a different reason: They were able to “deconstruct” the existing value chain of a business… They were able to “dis-intermediate” the value chain of a business… They were able to “re-configure” the value chain with a different set of players. Their adoption was set off by some “tipping point”
  • 64. 64 two trends tiggered by disruptiveinnovation
  • 65. 65 thingsyou simply could not do at all before thingsyou can do at a significantly lower cost
  • 66. 66 redefinestandard of care automatestandard of care
  • 67. 67 why do incumbentsfail at disruptive innovation?
  • 68. 68 incumbents listen to customers… give improved performance… look for large markets… look for high margin businesses…
  • 69. 69 incumbents fail for exactly this reason
  • 70. 70 insurgents lack incumbents’ inhibitions
  • 71. 71 insurgents be bold, be
  • 72. 72 artiman white space investments
  • 73. 73 attributes very large markets, often >> $10B innovation at intersection of technologies technologies from other domains intellectual property - rich, and long runway
  • 74. 74 examples aditazz - construction industry prysm – super large display and tv guavus – big data analytics cellworks – drug design click diagnostics – infectious disease dx
  • 75. 75 Airports High-riseMedical Facilities Industrial BuildingsLarge Scale Hospitals Urban Development Complex structures make up over 50% of the global construction market of $8 Trillion
  • 76. 76 thank you www.artiman.com