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    • These slides were presented during the TECNA 2010 Summer Conference in Ottawa. They feature visual representations of innovation ecosystems as presented by MRI, CTC, and the Innovation Coalition
      Program Partners:
      Innovation Partner:
      Supported By:
    • How does government see innovation systems?
      Position of the USA and Canadian Governments in innovation policy
      Regional clusters
      Innovation Eco-systems
      Role of technology firms and supporters
      Possible new financial support (grants, programs, etc.) from Ottawa and Washington DC.
      Alignment of other groups
      What is best way to position TECNA to help members receive support and higher profile nationally and locally and still deliver immediate value to members and sponsors?
      2
      Question:
      Who does Gov’t go to to understand and impact regional innovation systems in DC and Ottawa?
    • Draft August 5, 2010
      7. National role and collaborations –
      The Innovation Coalition
      AUTM – Tech Managers - http://www.autm.net/Home.htm
      Angel Capital Association
      National Asso. Of Seed and Venture Funds
      Comm Dev vent Cap assoc . http://www.cdvca.org/
      NASBIC – the National Association of Small Business Investment Companies
      Nat Business Incubator assoc.
      Ass university research parks
      State Science and tech Institute
      TECNA
      TECNA
      The Innovation Coalition is a collaborative group of associations that support each part of the continuum for commercializing university research to create companies that create jobs. The goal is to garner a better understanding of each other and to work collaboratively to leverage resources and activities of these associations to maximize the impact of each and ultimately maximize job creation in America.
    • MRI Pipeline – Program Overview
      IDEAS
      JOBS
      Universities,
      Colleges,
      Research
      Institutions,
      Teaching
      Hospitals
      Global
      Markets
      Technology
      & Product
      Development
      Business
      Acceleration
      Market
      Development
      Discovery
      and
      Knowledge
      Transfer
      (Research)
      Ensuring Ontario is maximizing
      the economic impact of its investments in research and
      research infrastructure.
      ● Ontario Innovation Network Program
      ● Industry-Academic Collaboration
      Program (OCE):
      ● Knowledge Exchange & Technology
      Transfer: moving ideas from institutions
      to companies
      ● Proof-of-Principle: de-risking research
      discoveries
      ● Internships: moving talent from
      institutions to companies
      ● Collaborative Commercialization:
      harnessing great research talent to help
      companies
      ● The Health Technology Exchange (HTX)
      ● Centre for Research and Innovation in the
      Bio-Economy (CRIBE)
      ● Innovation Demonstration Fund
      Providing talented researchers with the capital and operational support to undertake cutting-edge research. Attracting and retaining top-notch researchers
      and innovators in Ontario.
      ● Ontario Research Fund:
      ● Research Infrastructure Program
      ● Research Excellence Program
      - Global Leadership in Genomics and
      Life Sciences (GL2)
      ● Research Talent Programs:
      ● Post-Doctoral Fellowship Program
      ● Early Researcher Awards
      ● Premier’s Discovery Awards
      ● Premier’s Catalyst Awards
      ● Ontario Institute for Cancer Research
      ● Spinal Cord Injury Solutions Network
      (SCISN)
      ● International Strategic Opportunities
      Program (ISOP), Teachers’ Science and
      Technology Outreach Program (TSTOP),
      Youth Science and Technology Outreach
      Program (YSTOP)
      ● International Collaborations
      Accelerating the start-up and
      growth of entrepreneurial talent
      and globally-competitive
      innovative companies.
      ● Business Acceleration Program (MaRS):
      ● Business Development – business
      guidance & coaching
      ● Entrepreneurs-in-Residence – strategies
      & tactics to grow businesses
      ● Market and Customer Intelligence – understanding market opportunities
      ● Investment Accelerator Fund –
      making businesses more attractive
      to follow-on investors
      ● Product Testing – understanding
      the customer
      ● Biopharmaceutical Investment Program
      ● Business Ecosystem Support Fund (Strategic
      Opportunities Program – SOP)
      Helping companies get products
      to market by providing growth capital and links to customers.
      ● Ontario Venture Capital Fund
      ● Ontario Emerging Technologies Fund
      ● Ontario Commercialization Investment
      Fund
      ● Ontario Tax Exemption for
      Commercialization Program
      ● Social Innovation Generation (SiG@ MaRS)
      ● GreenFit and Green Schools
    • Innovation Eco-system
      Government
      Incentives
      Jobs >
      Growth
      Venture
      Later state
      Early Stage
      Seed
      Technology
      Transfer
      Angel
      Investors
      Corporate
      Spin Outs
      Incubators
      SBIR
      Innovation
      Accelerators
      University
      R&D
      Validation
      Skilled
      Workers
      Students
      Networks
      Associations
      Mentors
      Grants
      Entrepreneurs
      Infrastructure – Global connections
      Image – Global perceptions
      5
    • These slides were presented during the TECNA 2010 Summer Conference in Ottawa. They feature visual representations of innovation ecosystems as presented by MRI, CTC, and the Innovation Coalition
      Program Partners:
      Innovation Partner:
      Supported By: