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How small companies lead innovation


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Nowadays, small companies lead innovation. Bigger organisation look for startup to reboot their innovation power

Nowadays, small companies lead innovation. Bigger organisation look for startup to reboot their innovation power

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  • 1. How small players may change the law of gravity of any industry in the 21st Century A presentation by
  • 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. Internet empowers everyone
  • 4. Nowadays, information is available from any places Bamako Mali They learned diode connectivity thanks to a surf on the web
  • 5. People and startups lead innovation
  • 6. Open Source: a community of individuals
  • 7. 20% market share in several IT markets
  • 8. Co-innovation : now the norm in the IT industry
  • 9. A sole man can shake a decades old business
  • 10. Michael O’Leary, CEO of Ryanair Ryanair could skip travel agents thanks to the web
  • 11. Banking, now virtual...
  • 12. eBank Corporation (Japan) : 3 millions bank accounts ... only 250 staff members Part of the Rakuten Group since 2008
  • 13. Zopa : Peer 2 Peer lending 400.000 members
  • 14. Startups pave the way of the Electric Vehicle
  • 15. Think (Norway)
  • 16. Imperia (Belgium)
  • 17. Edag Prototype (Germany)
  • 18. In may 2010, Toyota stroke a strategic deal with the Californian company Tesla to produce an EV Sedan
  • 19. Open Source Car (USA)
  • 20. Utilities companies rely on smaller, nimbler players to boost their own innovation processes
  • 21. More and more individual electricity producers
  • 22. In 2009, Exxon Mobil bought Synthetic Genomics in order to produce biofuels made out of algaes
  • 23. In the health sector, innovation is transfered to clinical startups and smaller biotech company
  • 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. Investments in the biotech industry amounted 55,8 billions dollars US in 2009 (+85% year on year)
  • 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. We all are the medias...
  • 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
  • 29. The economy of the long tail is a reality...
  • 30. Chris Anderson
  • 31. Never be a better time to become an entrepreneur !
  • 32. Seminars Conferences Web TV Production contact: