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DREAM:IN Next Gen

  1. 1. © DREAM:IN 2012. Proprietary and confidential
  2. 2. YOUNG DREAMERS GENUINE BELIEVERS REALISATION SYSTEM A design and innovation engine with catalysts, mentors and support.THE DREAM:IN SYSTEM
  3. 3. CONCEIVED IN INDIA. WITH AN INTERNATIONAL FOOTPRINT.DREAM:IN JOURNEY 2011 DREAM:IN CONCLAVE 201125,000 KMS ACROSS INDIA 4 DAYS3,000 DREAMS 50 VENTURE IDEAS9 DAYS 18 BIGDREAMERS101 STUDENTS 50 LEADERS AND CATALYSTS20 INSTITUTIONS
  4. 4. INDIA BRAZIL USAStudents, leaders, innovators and big 2012 May-August 2012 DREAM:IN has a studentsdreamers were drawn together between saw ‘DREAM:IN Brasil’ take following and a registeredJanuary and February 2011. To understand form as a project across chapter with Parsons, Thethe dreams of India and create an open 6 Universities, culminating New School of Design andinnovation system for generating new in a large national conclave has future plans.value. DREAM:IN grew from a project into from 9th-11th August 2012.a venture in a little over a year. BRUCE NUSSBAUM writes about design thinking and innovation for Fast Co and Business week magazines out of USA. DREAM:IN Building a pool of aspirations- dreams that connect to VCs and other enablers to build start-ups and NGOs
  5. 5. DREAM:IN IS A GLOBAL NETWORK AND ORGANIZATIONBASED IN BANGALOREAimed at understanding the aspirations and dreams of the youth. DREAMCATCHING TOOL SAM PITRODA Adviser to Prime Minister Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations. Government of India DREAM:IN Project which we understand is a prototype of a bottom up development model that could help give birth to many innovative initiatives.
  6. 6. DREAM:IN WORKS AT CREATING AN ONGROUND AND ONLINE SYSTEMWITH QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE DATA TO HELP UNDERSTANDDREAMS AND ACTS AS A SUPER INCUBATOR FOR IDEAS.DREAM:IN provides resources and inputs to take the ideas forward as ventures. PROFESSOR RAMNATH NARAYANA SWAMY IIM, Bangalore DREAM:IN is an audacious project that was long overdue in this country. It seeks to unbundle the creative energies of the Indian people in a manner that has not been attempted before. This single fact alone accounts for its uniqueness.
  7. 7. WWW.DREAMIN.INis a portal which is a design system, an imagination network and a technology productwhich will enable the youth to dream, believe and realize. DR. RANJAN PAI CEO and MD Manipal Group What India needs today is for the change makers across diverse fields to come together and to address the issues that India faces.
  8. 8. THE NEXT GEN PROJECT IS A SUPER INCUBATOR THAT SEEKS AND SELECTS ENTERPRISE IDEAS AND SUSTAINABLE BUSINESSES FROM YOUTH BETWEEN THE AGES OF 18 TO 30. DREAM:IN Next Gen is a global initiative to transform youth from being mere consumers of income and employment to become active creators of wealth and employment. It hopes to create a cycle which seeds, nurtures and harvests dreams into ideas that create socio- economic value.CARLOS TEIXEIRAThe New School of Design, New YorkDREAM:IN will be a global initiative, to leverage global talent for local needs
  9. 9. THE NEXT GENERATION It is projected that by 2015, Unemployed youth make up almost half of there will be 3 Billion people in today’s unemployed population and will the world under the age of 25, face bleak economic opportunity due to the of which India will account for fact that 100 million jobs need to be created approximately 700 Million. just to absorb the large work force. The next generation outperforms the previous generation in sports, gaming, academics etc but still is dependent on the prevailing socio-economic conditions for employment. To tackle this, why not learn and engage with social networks, internet, TV to inspire, coach, support, invest and nurture youth to create a new socio-economic value.SRIVATSA KRISHNAIAS, Govt. of IndiaIndian bureaucratic system - babus, who did dream extraordinary dreams and made a mighty impact on millions.
  10. 10. THE OPPORTUNITIES1Despite the acceptance thatentrepreneurship is a powerfultool of job creation, empowermentand economic dynamism, therehas never been an attempt to lookat youth entrepreneurship 2 A survey by Barclays Bank (1997) found that Youth entrepreneurship costs around 5000 Euros as opposed to 11000 Euros for adults. 3 Rate of self employment is much higher when compared to adults in developing countries.4 5 6It is predicted that there As we move towards The youth has a naturalwill be a peak in the youth creative economy from tendency towardspopulation by 2035, thus knowledge economy, talent innovation and changecreating a youth and initiative will be the which needs to be seizeddemographic bulge new backbone of economic and capitalized. development. CLAUDIA DAVIS Vivarta, Brazil DREAM:IN is a way to invert the pyramid, away from the minority on top that points out what has to be done and what is ‘truth’ and listening to ordinary people who also have a voice.
  11. 11. 7 8 9 10There is an increase in the There are roughly around There are approximately Indians make uphuman capital creation as 14 million young university 35000 engineering 14% of the 3.1 millionalmost 9.84 million enrollments graduates, with 7 years or graduates per year and foreign born Scienceat the graduate level and lesser years of experience. there will be as many as and Engineeringbeyond have taken place. 1.4 million by 2015. graduates in the US PAUL POLAK co-founder and CEO of Windhorse International I woke up this morning with this buzzing around in my head, Dreams come from people’s feat, not their words. Words were invented by the devil to drown the dreams that connect people to God.
  12. 12. THE NEXT GEN JOURNEY CLUSTER 1 CLUSTER 2 CLUSTER 3 CLUSTER 4 CLUSTER 5 BANGALORE MANGALORE COIMBATORE MUMBAI VISHAKAPATNAMVI MYSORE MANIPAL ERODE PUNE JAYAWADA TUMKUR UDUPI SALEM GUNTUR HASSAN SURATHKAL KAKINADA ADICHUNCHANAGIRI GOA MANDYA CLUSTER 6 CLUSTER 7 CLUSTER 8 CLUSTER 9 CHENNAI HUBLI COCHIN MADURAI KANCHIPURAM DHARWAD ERNAKULAM THANJAVUR VELLORE BELGAUM THIRUVANTHAPURAM TIRUCHIRAPALLI NELLORE DAVANGERE KOTTAYAM CHITTOOR SOLAPUR KOZHIKODE KARWARGEORGE KOUKISFounder and President of TemenosFirst you dream, then you believe and it happens.
  13. 13. THE NEXT GEN JOURNEY LUIS OTÁVIO RIBEIRO Founder of Catarse Crowd funding We have to keep on dreaming. It is not the internet but us who make it possible. We have begun to value each other’s dreams.
  14. 14. THE NEXT GEN JOURNEYSTIR DREAM:IN will partner with 50 eminent colleges across South India in the states of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh and parts of Maharashtra and Goa. 270 dreamcatchers and 4 volunteers from each institution will be trained in the methodology of executing the campaign. HEICO WESSELIUS Professor, Innovation and Strategic Design, Parsons The New School of Design, New York The DREAM:IN is a phenomenal journey and allows us to look at innovation from the bottom up. The entire experience has accumulated in a new way of thinking, not only pertaining to this project.
  15. 15. THE NEXT GEN JOURNEY TOMAS CUNZOLO JR. Brazil The DREAM:IN project is universal. It will be a part of a global and collective way of making impossible (dreams) things turn into possible things
  16. 16. THE NEXT GEN JOURNEYSEARCH The dreamcatchers and volunteers will be trained to interview potential dreamers and record video clips of a professional quality. BALA WARRIER CEO, Manipal Foundation Once I got a glimpse of what DREAM:IN was all about, I was hooked line and sinker!!
  17. 17. THE NEXT GEN JOURNEYSIGN UP A total of 10000 dreams will be recorded and uploaded on www.dreamin.in, and the videos will be reviewed by the DREAM:IN team. BHAGYA RANGACHAR Founder Executive Director / Managing Trustee, CLT What technology can bring to transfer some of the best teaching practices that could happen in our resource center.
  18. 18. THE NEXT GEN JOURNEY RAMESH VANGAL Chairman of the Katra Group Dreams can only happen when you have pride, otherwise it gets squelched up.
  19. 19. THE NEXT GEN JOURNEYSELECT The most sustainable dreams from a societal, environmental and economic standpoint are chosen and divided into 3 categories. PRE BUDDING EMERGING ENTREPRENEURSHIP ENTREPRENEURSHIP ENTREPRENEURSHIP JOHN KURUVILLA Managing Partner at The Last Mile Don’t let your dreams get boxed in
  20. 20. THE NEXT GEN JOURNEY PAOLO ZANENGA Italy The DREAM:IN experience had for me several impacting meanings: Ratio between amplitude and speed – hundreds of “dreams” gathered in a short span of time, generated new perspectives and visionary projects as well as concrete action plans and bankable realizations – a demonstration of design thinking power (and Idiom capabilities!)
  21. 21. THE NEXT GEN JOURNEYSHAPE The DREAM:IN network consisting of talent in policy, enterprise, design, innovation will integrate in a panel. This will connect dreamers with people who can provide the know how. By this stage 500 visionary start up and social action projects. POLICY ENTERPRISE DESIGN INNOVATION TIMES OF INDIA The wish project: what does India of dream for?
  22. 22. THE NEXT GEN JOURNEY DECCAN CHRONICLE Dreamers throng city to make world a better place
  23. 23. THE NEXT GEN JOURNEYSHORTLIST At this pre investment phase, the 500 ideas will be brought to an advisory board of 5 people. From here 100 ideas will be invited to Bangalore for a 4 day DREAM:IN camp. DECCAN CHRONICLE Why not evaluate the dreams and aspirations of a billion Indians?
  24. 24. DREAM:IN CONCLAVEDREAM:IN INDIA DREAM:IN BRAZIL THE HINDU Making dreams come true
  25. 25. DREAM:IN CONCLAVESHOWCASE The DREAM:IN Next Gen conclave will be a global event which will converge to dream with a new India. An optimistic and realistic beginning will be made THE ECONOMIC TIMES It is in search of dreams, those cherished desires that lie concealed within all of us. It then takes the dreams a step closer to the realm of reality in the form of ideas for a better tomorrow
  26. 26. DREAM:IN CONCLAVE BUSINESS STANDARD “Dream merchants: helps businesses tap into what Indians long for”
  27. 27. DREAM:IN CONCLAVEDREAM:IN JAM Over 2 days the 100 dreamers will have a stage and an audience to share their dream. The audience will consist of leaders in policy, social service, enterprise etc. Inspiring stories of 20 big dreamers will be shared to provide inspiration. Additionally 10 selected dreamers will travel from Brazil and New York to share their dreams. 2 DAYS An audience of around 300 is expected. 100 DREAMERS The event will be livecasted and viewed 20 BIGDREAMERS simultaneously in 50 institutions in 300 BELIEVER India, 6 Brazilian Universities and The LIVECASTED GLOBALLY New School of Design in New York THE NEW INDIAN EXPRESS Dreaming Big: Four days of excitement and innovation opened untrodden vistas
  28. 28. DREAM:IN CONCLAVE DESIGN TODAYDESIGN TODAY For our Dreams
  29. 29. DREAM:IN CONCLAVEDREAMSCAPING The dreamscaping sessions will be anchored by design catalysts, through design thinking sessions to demonstrate how dreams can be realized. A book of dreams will be given to all participants. BANGALORE MIRROR Riding the dream train
  30. 30. 100 VENTURES 500 SHAPED PLANS 3000 SELECTED DREAMS 10000 DREAMSTHE DREAM:IN PROCESS
  31. 31. DREAM:IN CONCLAVESUPPORT In the Venture Book Room all the ventures will be displayed as panels, products, stories and scenarios. CHITRALEKHA Featured in the Marathi issue of Chitralekha!
  32. 32. DREAM:IN CONCLAVESCALE Independent meetings for each venture could last about 1-3 months, and all investors, mentors and the DREAM:IN team will be involved. A theater of dreams will be set up where dreamclips of 60 seconds will run continuously across 14th-16th February 2013 THE HINDU Making dreams come true
  33. 33. WE INVITE YOU TO DREAM WITH USDREAMER DREAMCATCHER BIG DREAMERPotential youth entrepreneurs of the Outgoing, enthusiastic and inquisitive A Leader that has realised his/herfuture, between the ages 18-30, who students/volunteers from across the dreams and now serves as a rolewill be selected to be interviewed by globe who travel entire countries to model for aspiring dreamers all over.DreamCatchers at their colleges, to capture the dreams of people. Trained in Big Dreamers share their dreams atrecord their dreams that will then be the DREAM:IN methodology by experts, conclaves and also participate inpresented before a number of selection they will be adept at film making, DreamScaping sessions.panels to eventually identify ethnography, sociology and more.100 Dreamers whose ideas willbe fully realised by DREAM:INDREAM PRODUCER DREAMMENTORTalented professionals who work with Members of the DREAM:IN Networkthe DREAM:IN team for a period of a (entrepreneurs, design thinkers,minimum of 3 months to produce, industry professionals, financialpackage and manage various aspects experts etc.) that provide mentorshipof DREAM:IN and support to the next generation enterprises (and young dreamers) who are selected for the DREAM:IN Mentorship program.
  34. 34. THANK YOUkush@dreamin.insonia@dreamin.inrahul@dreamin.in www.twitter.com//dreamin_team www.facebook.com/dreaminteam www.dreaminin.wordpress.com www.vimeo.com/dreamin www.flickr.com/dreaminteamwww.dreamin.inDREAM:IN SOCIAL NETWORKS PVT. LTD.,NO. 11, GANGADHAR CHETTY ROAD, BANGALORE 560042, INDIA © DREAM:IN 2012. Proprietary and confidential

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