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Don Duval: Immigration, Entrepreneurship, and the Cleantech Sector - The Future of Canada
Don Duval: Immigration, Entrepreneurship, and the Cleantech Sector - The Future of Canada
Don Duval: Immigration, Entrepreneurship, and the Cleantech Sector - The Future of Canada
Don Duval: Immigration, Entrepreneurship, and the Cleantech Sector - The Future of Canada
Don Duval: Immigration, Entrepreneurship, and the Cleantech Sector - The Future of Canada
Don Duval: Immigration, Entrepreneurship, and the Cleantech Sector - The Future of Canada
Don Duval: Immigration, Entrepreneurship, and the Cleantech Sector - The Future of Canada
Don Duval: Immigration, Entrepreneurship, and the Cleantech Sector - The Future of Canada
Don Duval: Immigration, Entrepreneurship, and the Cleantech Sector - The Future of Canada
Don Duval: Immigration, Entrepreneurship, and the Cleantech Sector - The Future of Canada
Don Duval: Immigration, Entrepreneurship, and the Cleantech Sector - The Future of Canada
Don Duval: Immigration, Entrepreneurship, and the Cleantech Sector - The Future of Canada
Don Duval: Immigration, Entrepreneurship, and the Cleantech Sector - The Future of Canada
Don Duval: Immigration, Entrepreneurship, and the Cleantech Sector - The Future of Canada
Don Duval: Immigration, Entrepreneurship, and the Cleantech Sector - The Future of Canada
Don Duval: Immigration, Entrepreneurship, and the Cleantech Sector - The Future of Canada
Don Duval: Immigration, Entrepreneurship, and the Cleantech Sector - The Future of Canada
Don Duval: Immigration, Entrepreneurship, and the Cleantech Sector - The Future of Canada
Don Duval: Immigration, Entrepreneurship, and the Cleantech Sector - The Future of Canada
Don Duval: Immigration, Entrepreneurship, and the Cleantech Sector - The Future of Canada
Don Duval: Immigration, Entrepreneurship, and the Cleantech Sector - The Future of Canada
Don Duval: Immigration, Entrepreneurship, and the Cleantech Sector - The Future of Canada
Don Duval: Immigration, Entrepreneurship, and the Cleantech Sector - The Future of Canada
Don Duval: Immigration, Entrepreneurship, and the Cleantech Sector - The Future of Canada
Don Duval: Immigration, Entrepreneurship, and the Cleantech Sector - The Future of Canada
Don Duval: Immigration, Entrepreneurship, and the Cleantech Sector - The Future of Canada
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Don Duval: Immigration, Entrepreneurship, and the Cleantech Sector - The Future of Canada

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This presentation highlighted the important role of immigrants participating in and contributing to the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Canada. Given the interests of the audience, the focus was on …

This presentation highlighted the important role of immigrants participating in and contributing to the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Canada. Given the interests of the audience, the focus was on engaging and educating foreign engineers on entrepreneurial opportunities in the cleantech sector in Ontario, specifically those related to alternative energy initiatives enabled by the Ontario government feed-in-tariff program. The presentation was given at the 2012 Conference for International Engineers in Toronto at the MaRS Discovery District.

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  • 1. Conference for International EngineersToronto, OntarioPresented by Don DuvalMarch 30th, 2012
  • 2. 1.  Provide an overview of MaRS, our mandate, and the programs we offer to meet the needs of our entrepreneurial community2.  Discuss the “state of the union” for the cleantech sector and the role Canadian entrepreneurial ventures are playing to address complex global problems3.  Provide an opportunity to address any questions you may have 2
  • 3. MaRS is a non-profit innovation centre connecting science,technology and social entrepreneurs with business skills,networks and capital MaRS helps to create successful global Mission businesses from Canada s science and technology Who we Early stage science and technology ventures Serve and innovative social purpose businesses Measure of Job and wealth creation for the economy Success 3
  • 4. Competing is one thing… Winning is another!
  • 5. How do we Compete?At an average of only 3.3 peopleper square km, Canada has oneof the lowest populationdensities in the world.
  • 6. Big Country but few people… 33   Million  People   VS.   300   Million   1.1   Billion   1.3   Billion   6
  • 7. The importance ofHistory and Place
  • 8. “…incubator, conference centre,education institute, entrepreneurs ! clubhouse, research centre, entrepreneurial services and programs - all under one roof…” ! pg  8  
  • 9. Universities Proof of Principle Grants Research Hospitals Pre-Seed Funds Individual Angels Scientists Philanthropists Generating Inventors VCs Purposeful Banks Collisions Individual Service Providers Entrepreneurs Government Incubator Companies Industry Associations Regional Innovation Small/Medium Organizations Sized Business Large Sector-based Corporations Organizations 9
  • 10. Phase I" Phase II"
  • 11. Improving Commercialization Building Next GenerationOutput from Academe Startups 11
  • 12. Memory at Work Only…! 4-10%! " of new companies 
 become high-growth firms.! " But the top…! 1%! " in any given year generate roughly 40% of new jobs.! 5%! " " in any given year generate roughly 66% of new jobs.!High-Growth Firms and the Future of the American Economy,Kaufmann Institute, 2011 " 12
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  • 14. Business Advice Education Access and and Insight to Capital Mentorship Networks, Talent, Customers and Partners"Programs for High Growth Ventures, Policy Initiatives, and Special Projects " 14
  • 15. Our unique and evolving advisory model MaRS Advisory Services “The Engine Room”Full - Time Part - Time Volunteers Internship Corporate A single, integrated pool of advisors offering free consultative services to an array of emerging ventures 15
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  • 17.  Rising  Energy   Global  Popula.on  Growth  Prices   Climate   Change  Natural  Resource   Expanding  Scarcity   Middle  Class   18
  • 18. Total Invested in 2010 Still up 28% Overall Global  Cleantech  Investment  Con.nues  to  Grow   Source: Cleantech Group 19 !"#$""%$&#()*#+,#-./#("#$0+%"1#("2*)1*3 !"#$""%$&#()*#+,#45/#("#"%06*#+,#3*$&)#3+"*#1+#*$78#$#"*9#*7+3
  • 19. Pure-­‐play  Cleantech  Company  Market  Landscape   Figure 3. Pure-play cleantech company market landscape — top 15 markets by cleantech company population $70 Market cap Market Companies (US$b) Headcount United States 73 $45.1 57.0 China 52 $60.1 133.2 $60 Germany 44 $15.0 36.9 Mainland China Canada 44 $5.7 12.2 Australia 27 $1.4 0.8 United Kingdom 22 $1.8 6.6 $50 Taiwan 19 $15.1 21.7 India 17 $3.5 20.3 United Market capitalization (US$b) France 12 $4.7 7.0 South Korea 8 $4.1 1.9 States Japan 7 $1.2 10.6 $40 Hong Kong 8 $9.7 16.4 Belgium 6 $6.8 11.6 Switzerland 7 $2.1 3.3 Spain 5 $20.3 35.3 $30 $20 Spain Taiwan Germany $10 Hong Kong Belgium France Canada 44  public  Cleantech  companies  with  a   South Korea India $5.7b  market  cap   Switzerland UK Australia Japan 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80Source: Ernst & Young, “Cleantech Matters”, 2009. Number of companies 20 Note: includes public companies designated as clean energy A-1 Main Driver (50%–100% of value) by BNEF; market capitalization data as of 15 February 2011 Bubble volume represents cleantech company headcount capitalization, due to Iberdrola Renovables, the pure-play
  • 20. 21 Advisors • Entrepreneurs • Technical support CorporateDeal Flow Partners• Public agencies • MaRS is a starting• Universities point for companies• Entrepreneurs seeking innovation in• Corporate partners Ontario• Brand Government Community Funding • IAF • Office space • SDTC • Educational programs • IDF • Events • ETF • OVCF 21
  • 21. Manufacturing   Energy infrastructure, generation, Advanced  Materials   efficiency, and advanced materials account for the majority of ~160 Water   clients in the MaRS Cleantech TransportaHon   portfolio" Recycling  &  Waste  Manufacturing  &  Industrial   Energy  Storage   Energy  Infrastructure   Energy  GeneraHon   Energy  Efficiency   Air/Environment   Agriculture,  Foods  &     Natural  Products     0   2   4   6   8   10   12   14   16   18   20   Evolving   Emerging   22
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  • 23. Culture ofEntrepreneurship
  • 24. Impact! Real Estate Services ! Ecosystem Development!Office & Laboratory Facilities | MaRS Incubator " Strategic Partnerships | Stakeholder Support"MaRS Collaboration Centre l " IT/AV Services" Community Programs |" Awards & Recognition" MaRS Centre Development " Talent & Knowledge Management " Public Policy " Business Services! IP Development |" Market Intelligence |" Capital & Investment" MaRS Advisory |" Entrepreneurship Education" 25
  • 25. Don DuvalVice PresidentMaRS Discovery Districtdduval@marsdd.comTwitter: don_duvalSpeakerfile: don.duval

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