How small players may
change the law of gravity
     of any industry
   in the 21st Century


     A presentation by
William Kamkwamba
       Malawi




   He has build a working windmill using
       recycled parts, learned to do it
    i...
Internet empowers everyone
Nowadays, information
   is available from any places
                      Bamako
                       Mali




They le...
People and startups
  lead innovation
Open Source:
a community of individuals
20% market share in several IT markets
Co-innovation :
now the norm in the IT industry
A sole man can shake
a decades old business
Michael O’Leary, CEO of Ryanair




                                         Ryanair could skip
                          ...
Banking, now virtual...
eBank Corporation (Japan) :
3 millions bank accounts
  ... only 250 staff members




                    Part of the Raku...
Zopa :
 Peer 2 Peer lending
400.000 members
Startups pave the way
of the Electric Vehicle
Think
(Norway)
Imperia
 (Belgium)
Edag Prototype
     (Germany)
In may 2010, Toyota stroke a strategic deal with
the Californian company Tesla to produce an EV Sedan
Open Source
   Car
    (USA)
Utilities companies rely on smaller,
      nimbler players to boost
 their own innovation processes
More and more
individual electricity
      producers
In 2009, Exxon Mobil
bought Synthetic Genomics
in order to produce biofuels
     made out of algaes
In the health sector, innovation is
  transfered to clinical startups
   and smaller biotech company
“82% of surveyed executives believe big pharma
will be unable to innovate sufficiently from within to
    replace blockbust...
Investments in the biotech industry
 amounted 55,8 billions dollars US
              in 2009
       (+85% year on year)
Biocamp



 Novartis sponsors a annual program inspired from
    the IT industry, to boost entrepreneurship
  within the c...
We all are the medias...
News website Huffington
Post ahead of all major
US newspapers, but the
 NYT. Content mainly
   comes from lead
       blogg...
The economy of the long tail
       is a reality...
Chris Anderson
Never be a better time
to become an entrepreneur !
Seminars
          Conferences
        Web TV Production


contact: entrepriseglobale@gmail.com
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  1. 1. How small players may change the law of gravity of any industry in the 21st Century A presentation by
  2. 2. William Kamkwamba Malawi He has build a working windmill using recycled parts, learned to do it in a handbook, and became famous thanks to a blog
  3. 3. Internet empowers everyone
  4. 4. Nowadays, information is available from any places Bamako Mali They learned diode connectivity thanks to a surf on the web
  5. 5. People and startups lead innovation
  6. 6. Open Source: a community of individuals
  7. 7. 20% market share in several IT markets
  8. 8. Co-innovation : now the norm in the IT industry
  9. 9. A sole man can shake a decades old business
  10. 10. Michael O’Leary, CEO of Ryanair Ryanair could skip travel agents thanks to the web
  11. 11. Banking, now virtual...
  12. 12. eBank Corporation (Japan) : 3 millions bank accounts ... only 250 staff members Part of the Rakuten Group since 2008
  13. 13. Zopa : Peer 2 Peer lending 400.000 members
  14. 14. Startups pave the way of the Electric Vehicle
  15. 15. Think (Norway)
  16. 16. Imperia (Belgium)
  17. 17. Edag Prototype (Germany)
  18. 18. In may 2010, Toyota stroke a strategic deal with the Californian company Tesla to produce an EV Sedan
  19. 19. Open Source Car (USA)
  20. 20. Utilities companies rely on smaller, nimbler players to boost their own innovation processes
  21. 21. More and more individual electricity producers
  22. 22. In 2009, Exxon Mobil bought Synthetic Genomics in order to produce biofuels made out of algaes
  23. 23. In the health sector, innovation is transfered to clinical startups and smaller biotech company
  24. 24. “82% of surveyed executives believe big pharma will be unable to innovate sufficiently from within to replace blockbuster drugs going off-patent.” (survey by Marks & Clerck)
  25. 25. Investments in the biotech industry amounted 55,8 billions dollars US in 2009 (+85% year on year)
  26. 26. Biocamp Novartis sponsors a annual program inspired from the IT industry, to boost entrepreneurship within the community of PhD’s in Life Sciences
  27. 27. We all are the medias...
  28. 28. News website Huffington Post ahead of all major US newspapers, but the NYT. Content mainly comes from lead bloggers French daily Le Monde gets 15% of its viewers in the web from its blog platform LePost.fr
  29. 29. The economy of the long tail is a reality...
  30. 30. Chris Anderson
  31. 31. Never be a better time to become an entrepreneur !
  32. 32. Seminars Conferences Web TV Production contact: entrepriseglobale@gmail.com

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