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Presentation at the 22nd Anniversary of EBN ... Present the Brussels Enterprise Agency activities on incubation and innovation, analyze the possible evolution of the incubation practices

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  • The  future  of  the  incuba/on  industry  from  the  prac//oners’  perspec/ve    22nd  EBN  Annual  Congress  -­‐  W8  -­‐  Incuba/on  2020  Bruno  M.  WATTENBERGH    
  • Bruno  M.  WaIenbergh  •  MD  of  the  Brussels  Enterprise  Agency  •  Chairman  of  the  Brussels  Guarantee  Fund  •  Independent  Board  member  in  SMEs  •  Daily  Chronicle  on  the  largest  Belgian  radio  •  Founder  of  TV  Show  Starter!  •  Professor  &  lecturer  in  strategy  &  entrepreneurship  •  MBI  @  TiasNimbas  (NL)  •  Cer/ficate  in  Strategy  &  Innova/on  &  Entrepreneurship  Development  Program  @  MIT  Sloan  •  Advanced  Degree  in  Management  @  Ichec  (Brussels)  •  Master  in  Labor  Science  @  ULB  (Brussels)  •  BBA  @  EUB  (Brussels)  2  
  • The  Brussels  Enterprise  Agency  :  an  integrated  services  provider  for  innova0ve  companies  in  the  priority  sectors  of  the  Brussels  Region.    ICT,  Life  Tech,  Green  Tech,  &  Sustainable  construc0on  Business  Unit          Cluster  Farming  Strategic  Intelligence    Strong  Collabora/on  with  Regional  Actors      3   View slide
  • Services  fiIed  to  entrepreneurs  needs  •  Business  Planning  •  Market  Analysis  &  Compe//ve  posi/oning  •  Technological  posi/oning  •  Development  strategy  •  Iden/fica/on  of  the  financing  needs  &  sourcing  •  Assistance  in  seng  up  regional  projects  •  Assistance  in  seng  up  RDI  (EU)  projects    •  Interna/onal  Partnership  brokerage  (Technological,  Commercial,  or  Research  collabora/on  )  4   View slide
  • Clusters  ac/vi/es  :    workshops,  fairs,  B2B  mee/ng    •  100  workshops,  seminars  &  networking  •  3.000  par/cipants  (  80%  members;  >  80%  sa/sfac/on  rate)      •  25  interna/onal  fairs  ,  company  missions  &  brokerage  events  :  CEBIT,  Mobile  World    Congress,  ENTREPRENDRE,  MIPIM,  ECOBUILD,  BATIBOUW,  ECOBUILD  LONDON,  BIO,  …    5  
  • Cluster  Ac/vi/es  0  0,1  0,2  0,3  0,4  0,5  0,6  Research  and  Networking  cluster  expansion  Innova/on  and  Technology  Educa/on  and  Training  Commercial  Coopera/on  Policy  Ac/on  Lifetech  Soiware  Ecobuild  6  
  • Cluster  &  «  Triple  helix  »  model  A geographical concentrationof specialized companies andrelated companies,Research & Development institutions,finance institutions, public actors,and with relations andcooperation between theseactors  7  
  • Research  driven  Brussels  Regional  Clusters  @BEA  Industry  driven  Startup  Companies  Mature  Companies  8  
  • Evolu/ons  &  Trends  to  take  into  considera/on  …  1.  Entrepreneurship  is  a  process  …  2.  Virtual  Incuba/on  &  E-­‐learning  …  3.  Private  ini/a/ves  growth  …  4.  Peer  learning    …  5.  Life  /me  of  public  models  …  6.  Networking  a  BM  for  public  bodies  ?    7.  Trac/on  of  larger  enterprises  …  9  
  • 1.  Entrepreneurship  is  a  process  !  •  Process  can  be  taught  !  •  Should  be  taught  :    –  Coaches,  Advisers,  Consultants  (private  sector)  –  University  students  &  engineers  are  a  priority  à  societal  challenges    –  Secondary  school  •  Could  improve  the  efficiency  &  produc/vity  of  the  incubators  …  •  Will  change  the  value  proposi/on  of  incubators  !    10  
  • 2.  Virtual  Incuba/on  &  E-­‐learning    •  Process  can  be  taught  !  –  Know-­‐how  can  be  delivered  through  :  •  E-­‐learning,  Workshop,  new  medias,  …  –  In  large  or  medium  ci/es  the  need  for  physical  hos/ng  will  evolve  –  Virtual  incuba/on  could  make  the  Business  Model  of  incuba/on  scalable  –  What  impact  on  the  number  &  type  of  demands  ?  11  
  • 3.  Private  ini/a/ves  growth    •  Explosion  of  the  offer!  •  Genera/on  of  many  private  ini/a/ves  •  Fast,  viral,  modern,  efficient  (or  not)  •  Inven/ng  new  models    •  Transferring  successful  ini/a/ves  from  abroad      •  How  to  deal  with  this  community  ?  •  What  should  be  the  role  of  the  public  sector  ?  12  
  • Case  study  :  Redundancy  on  the  value  chain  ABE  Founder  Ins/.  MIC  BXL  Invest&export  BECI  Startup-­‐WE  ICAB  BETA  coworking  EEBIC  M-­‐Village  Be  Angels  Internet  Atude  Fonds  de  par/cipa/on  Innoviris  SRIB  Bxl  Forma/on  Ac/ris  Evoliris  x   x   x   x   x   x   x   x  x   x   x   x   x   x   x   x  x   x   x   x   x   x   x   x   x  x   x   x   x   x   x   x   x   x   x  x   x   x   x   x   x   x   x   x   x   x   x   x  x   x   x   x   x   x   x   x   x   x   x  Les  phases  de  développement  d’une  entreprise  Idée/projet  Recueil  d’informa/on  Formalisa/on  de  l’idée  Développement  du  projet  Créa9on  de  l’entreprise  Interna/onalisa/on  Cycle  de  vie  du  projet  Services  Informa/ons  générales  Accompagnement  Forma/on  Incuba/on  Réseautage/networking  Financement/Subside  x   x   x   x   x   x   x  x   x   x   x   x   x   x   x  x   x   x   x   x   x   x   x  x   x   x   x   x  x   x   x   x   x   x   x   x   x  x   x   x   x   x   x   x  Incuba9on   Financement   RH  Coaching  Feweb  Betagtoup  x   x  x   x  x   x  x   x  x   x  x   x  Communauté  x   x  x   x  13  
  • Research  driven  Focus  on  services  for  growth,  more  collabora/on  with  University  Lab  &  big  companies  Industry  driven  Startup  Companies  Mature  Companies  Market  Place  Inter  Cluster  Partnership  14  
  • 4.  Peer  learning  •  Co-­‐working  space,  accelerator,  …  •  Important  aspect  of  the  learning  process  (more  even  if  the  theore/cal  process  is  acquired)    •  How  to  create  a  community  of  star/ng  businesses  to  benefit  from  the  peer  learning  ?  •  What  to  propose  aier  the  crea/on  à  mentoring    15  
  • 5.  Public  Business  Model  ?  •  If  the  process  can  be  taught  …  •  If  there  is  more  &  more  peer  learning  …  •  If  there  are  more  &  more  good  private  ini/a/ves  …  •  If  the  physical  hos/ng  is  not  a  key  value  anymore  …    •  If  the  public  or  co-­‐financed  private  ini/a/ve  are  too  much  top  à  down  …  What  is  the  future  Business  Model  of  the  incuba4on  ?    16  
  • 6.  Next  Business  model  ?  •  Integrator  …  ?  •  Manager  of  the  community  …  ?  •  Cofinancing  of  private  ini/a/ves  …  ?  •  Seed-­‐fund  …  ?  •  Be  more  selec/ve  …  ?  What  is  the  future  value  chain  /  value  proposi0on  of  the  of  business  incuba0on  ?    17  
  • 6.  Next  Business  model  ?  •  Whatever  the  Business  Model  will  be  :    – Solving  Societal  Challenges  LEADS  TO  MORE  INTERDISCIPLINARITY  &  quadruple  HELIX    – Solving  Societal  Challenge  LEADS  TO  MORE  entrepreneurship  in  the  academic  world    18  
  • •  Smart  Ci/es      •  Ac/ve  &  Healthy  Ageing  •  Secure,  clean  and  efficient  energy  •  Inclusive,  innova/ve  and  secure  socie/es  •  …       19  
  • 7.  Trac/on  of  larger  enterprises  ?  •  Entrepreneurship  ac/vi/es  &  mindset  are  (also)  assets  larger  companies  are  looking  for  …  •  Good  profiles  will  be  aIracted  in  MNE  …    •  Lack  of  good  mo/vated  profile  ?  •  Lack  of  good  mo/vated  coaches  ?  •  Opportunity  to  partner  with  those  MNE  ?      20  
  • Conclusion  ?  •  Strategic  watch  :  what  are  the  emerging  incuba/on  models,  how  does  it  works,  why,  where,  …  ?  •  No  “One  model  fits  all”  …  !    •  Open  innova/on  :  partnership  with  emerging  ini/a/ves  (risk  à  MVP)  …  test  …  evaluate  …  •  More  flexible  structure  …  more  open  …  combina/on  of  external  talents  &  partnerships  …  (some  of  us  are  already  doing  this  !).  •  Perpetual  adapta/on  à  Public  money  must  follow  this  process  !    •  Human  Resource  management  is  a  key  success  factor  !  •  Need  for  serious  evalua/on  …  +  BoIom  à  Up    21  
  • J  On  the  lei  :  «  Crisis  »  «  Crisis  »  is  the  combina/on  of    «  Weï  »  =  danger    &    «  Ji  »  =  opportunity  22  
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