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iG Summit - Jump Start 2010 Year-in-Review

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  • Created and redesigned ig.com;manage and update daily with news stories and original content
  • Created, manage and update daily iG Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and GAIN profiles.
  • Created, manage and promote iG Online Store…Great opportunity to spread the word and promote iG…perfect timing for the holidays. We can customize an order with your company’s logo.

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  • 1. iG 2010 Year in Review
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  • 6. Innovation Advocates
    • Linda McGurn Brian Beach
    • David Day David Guzick
    • Andy Sherrard Jackson Sasser
    • Angela Pate Jane Adams
    • Anthony Lyons Jim McClave
    • Breck Weingart John Spence
  • 7. Innovation Advocates
    • Pegeen Hanrahan Phoebe Miles
    • Randy Reid Rich Blaser
    • Rod Smith Sandy Hollinger
    • Stephanie Warrington Sue Washer
    • Tom Rothrock Ward Boston
    • Brian Hutchison Mike Giampietro
  • 8. Advocate Co-Chairs Linda McGurn & Brian Beach
  • 9.
    • Learn Innovatively : Cade Virtual Museum (curriculum for innovators and entrepreneurs, mentoring mash-up, the Peeps Outreach, Educate the Educators; Earn While You Learn (HS and College Regional Internships, Campus Dormcubator; Raise the Bar (The STEAM Center based on Bidwell; Bachelors in Technology Commercialization; Masters in Innovation Convergence [engineering, design, etc.])
    • Invest Innovatively : 21 st Century Fund ($25mm Early & Mezzanine VC, $3.5mm Kick-Start for pre-seed and smaller investments, Economic Development Innovation Stimulus, Federal/Corporate Grant & Contract Leverage); Innovation-Ready Infrastructure (Business Innovation Zones, Broad-Band & WIFI Region-wide Access)
    • Live Innovatively : Networking the Networks Portal; Innovators Mash-up (events); Gator InnoNation (connecting alumni, students, inventors and innovators around the world)
    • Speak Innovatively : Innovation Gainesville Toolkit (the branded communications deliverables and targeted media campaign); Innovate Locally, Brand Globally elevator pitch (from taxi drivers to Kangaroo stations to hotels)
    • Celebrate Innovatively : The Cade Innovation Prize (launch at $50K, expand to $1mm through corporate and other sponsors) for Youth & Student teams, Corporate teams, Public Sector teams, Interdisciplinary Product Design and Creation teams
    Five Elements of Acting Innovatively
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    • Create a local internship program/Focus on
    • STEAM ( S cience, T echnology, E ngineering, A RTS, M ath)
    • to raise the bar in Education
    • Establish robust & diverse local investment funds
    • Strengthen connections between diverse groups/Connect community to regional research centers
    • Develop a Common Message describing OUR capabilities.
    • Establish Annual Innovation Prize
    • Create local internship program
    • Establish robust and diverse local investment funds
    • Connectivity Events, “Knowledge Network” – Network of Networks, Entrepreneurship Mentoring
    • Develop a Common Message describing OUR capabilities
    • Establish Annual Innovation Prize
    2010 Innovation Gainesville Jump Start Plan
  • 11. Jump Start Co-Chairs Jane Muir and John Spence
  • 12. 2010 Jump Start Team
    • Jane Muir John Spence
    • Marilyn Tubb Erik Sander
    • David Day Anthony Lyons
    • Angela Pate Terry VanNortwick
    • Dan Rua Kathy Viehe
    • Annie Pais Rose Fagler
    • Andy Sherrard
  • 13. iG Speak – Elevator Speech
  • 14. Elevator Speech – over 10K cards distributed
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  • 18. Speak Innovatively
    • Communications- Short Term Goals
    • Publicize Gainesville’s “Success stories”
    • Generate Buzz thru digital media
    • Promote through social media/search engine optimization
    • Develop toolkit to promote Gainesville externally
    • Promote the area by utilizing existing networks
    • Forge strategic partnerships with local, state and regional organizations
  • 19. www.innovationgainesville.com
  • 20. iG Social Media
  • 21. The iG Store
  • 22. Speak Innovatively
    • Designed logo/identity and related collateral
    • Production of iG Video with new music for use by local businesses
    • Banner Stands at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium and Gainesville Airport Display Unit (for 2011 roll-out)
    • Wrote iG Communications Plan
    • Cade Prize Night promotion
    • Weekly iG Spotlight e-mail and e-journal
  • 23. Banner Stand at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium
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  • 27. iG Speak Team
    • Terry VanNortwick Jane Muir
    • Kevin Ireland Debbie Lee
    • Janine Sikes Kathy Viehe
    • Jeannette Baer Annie Pais
    • Andy Fletcher
  • 28. More Cool Things…National Recognition for Gainesville
    • Richard Florida – Biggest projected gain in creative class jobs in GNV
    • America’s Promise Alliance names Alachua County a winner of 100 Best Communities for Young People
    • Liveability.com ranks GNV #1 in Top 10 College Towns: Great Cities for School and Life After Graduation
    • American Institute for Economic Research recognizes GNV as a Top Small Metro based on academic environment, QoL, professional opportunity
    • Mainstreet.com names Alachua as an “Up-and-Coming City”
    • Recognized in Southern Business & Development Magazine article as a metro having more that saw 2 or more months of jobs gains.
    • iG feature story on Florida Technology Journal
    • Portfolio.com – National Brainpower Index- #14, 2 nd in South
  • 29. More Cool Things – Company Successes
    • Gainesville’s Grooveshark – Time Magazine’s Top 50 Websites of 2010
    • Start-up Roombug featured in WSJ, NYT and Chronicle of Higher Ed
    • WiPower, a GTEC company, is acquired by a Fortune 500 company
    • InterMed Biomedical, 352 Media, O2BKids! & Nuclear Medicine Professionals make Inc. Magazine’s list of 5K fastest growing companies
    • Banyan Biomarkers awarded $26.3 Million DoD contract to develop diagnostic blood test for trauma
    • Fracture featured on homepage of Techcrunch.com, one of foremost tech blogs in the world
    • Prioria awarded $2.8M contract with Canadian Dept of National Defense
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  • 32. iG Live Entrepreneurial Mentoring
  • 33. Live Innovatively
    • Entrepreneurial Mentoring - Short Term Goals
    • Identify Current mentoring organizations
    • Invite Organizations who offer mentoring
      • Roundtable – All organizations offering mentoring
      • Assessment of all offerings
    • Implement Plans to grow mentoring efforts
      • Event in Dec. – “Be a Mentor/Have a Mentor”
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  • 36. Entrepreneurial Mentoring Co-Chairs
    • Marilyn Tubb
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    • Patti Breedlove
  • 37. Knowledge Network: Know How, Know Whom, Know What, Know When, Know Where
  • 38. GAINnet 400 users in Jan/700+ users in December
  • 39. START WITH WHY March 2, 8 a.m. Hilton UF Conference Center
  • 40. iG Celebrate Annual Innovation Prize
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  • 45. 1 St Annual Cade Prize Winner Tutor Matching Service
  • 46. iG Learn Earn While You Learn
  • 47. Learn Innovatively Earn While You Learn
    • Short Term Goal: develop programs that incorporate on-job training
      • Targets specific at-risk high school students as identified by SBAC
      • Currently have 30 applications from students to be placed in Business for 2 nd half of this school year
      • FloridaWorks currently interviewing students to find right fit
      • Will contact businesses for placement
      • Goal to reduce dropout rate/improve grad rate
      • Additionally, TechQuest Program thru FLWorks
  • 48. iG Learn Team
    • Angela Pate Andy Sherrard
    • Dug Jones Billie Monroe
    • Linda Nichols Sandy Hollinger
    • Kelly Gridley Eileen Roy
    • Rick Mulligan April Griffin
  • 49. iG Invest – Funding Plan
  • 50. Invest Innovatively
    • Group working on collaborative financing model - public/private partnership
    • Several iterations
    • Support from City Commission for initial money to begin fund
    • Will be seeking additional private and public $
    • Eventually hire a Fund Manager
    • Identified at least 7 add’l Funding Streams available through City/CRA
  • 51. iG Invest Team
    • Anthony Lyons Dan Rua
    • Rose Fagler David Day
    • David Whitney Chris Brown
    • Kurt Killingsworth
    • David Massias
  • 52. What else has been done beyond Jump Start?
  • 53. Invest Innovatively
    • CRA re-wrote hundreds of pages of code for iSquare district – sizing it down to about 20 pages from hundreds of pages
    • DONE IN 30 DAYS!
    • City looking to adopt it in other areas in first half of 2011.
    • Opportunity to apply to County? Part of CEO Strategic Plan in 2011
  • 54. INVEST - Florida Innovation Hub at UF
  • 55. LIVE Innovatively www.Gig4GNV.com
  • 56. Gig4GNV Google Collaboratory
  • 57. Celebrate Innovatively
    • Chamber Business Showcase
    • Innovation Room
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  • 64. Celebrate Innovatively
    • Business of the Year Awards
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  • 71. Celebrate Innovatively
    • Toast to Business
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  • 75. Innovation Award Winners Phoebe Cade Miles and Anthony Lyons
    • P
  • 76. Toast to Business
  • 77. Metrics
    • # of spin-off companies from UF/SFC/Healthcare (occupational licenses)
    • $ Invested in area (All, inc. VC, SBIR, OPM)
    • Jobs in Knowledge Economy
      • HS Graduation Rates
      • Per Capita Income
      • Local GDP
    • # of Partnerships/Collaborations
  • 78. Challenges
    • Identifying resources – a constant
    • Organizational infrastructure
      • Ability to continue to achieve goals
      • Integration/prioritization with other organizational goals
    • Continued visibility/viability
    • Volunteer Engagement
  • 79. What’s next?
    • iG2011
  • 80. iG We make cool things happen.