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Presentation given to Capital Factory in June 2013. My assessment of Austin's progression as an entrepreneurial community given the MIT method of community acceleration.

Presentation given to Capital Factory in June 2013. My assessment of Austin's progression as an entrepreneurial community given the MIT method of community acceleration.

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  • 1. AUSTIN:THE NEXT SILICONVALLEY? Beto Juárez III Monday, July 15, 13
  • 2. HI, I’M BETO I enjoy: 1. 2. 3. Monday, July 15, 13
  • 3. HI, I’M BETO I enjoy: 1. 2. 3. Monday, July 15, 13
  • 4. HI, I’M BETO I enjoy: 1. 2. 3. Monday, July 15, 13
  • 5. HI, I’M BETO I enjoy: 1. 2. 3. Monday, July 15, 13
  • 6. Monday, July 15, 13
  • 7. Bill Aulet Scott Stern Fiona Murray Monday, July 15, 13
  • 8. Monday, July 15, 13
  • 9. REAP PROGRAM ARCHITECTURE Monday, July 15, 13
  • 10. REAP PROGRAM ARCHITECTURE 2YEARS! Monday, July 15, 13
  • 11. REAP PROGRAM ARCHITECTURE 2YEARS! Monday, July 15, 13
  • 12. Monday, July 15, 13
  • 13. THE MIT FRAMEWORK 1. Small, innovative companies vs. small businesses 2. Entrepreneurial and Innovative Capacity 3. Catalysts and Collective Impact Monday, July 15, 13
  • 14. VS. Monday, July 15, 13
  • 15. VS. Global Scale Monday, July 15, 13
  • 16. VS. Global Scale Highly Scalable Business Models Monday, July 15, 13
  • 17. VS. Global Scale Highly Scalable Business Models DefensibleTechnology / Barrier to Entry Monday, July 15, 13
  • 18. VS. Global Scale Highly Scalable Business Models DefensibleTechnology / Barrier to Entry High-paying jobs Monday, July 15, 13
  • 19. VS. Global Scale Highly Scalable Business Models DefensibleTechnology / Barrier to Entry High-paying jobs Quick wealth creation Monday, July 15, 13
  • 20. ENTREPRENEURIAL CAPACITY & INNOVATIVE CAPACITY Monday, July 15, 13
  • 21. Abundant Productive Land Wine Produce Logistics / Trade Information Technology 1980 1990 2002 + Bioscience Research Centers Mining and Natural Resources Gold Medical Devices Biotech / Pharmaceuticals Education and Knowledge Creation Travel and TourismIron / Aluminum Bauxite Beef Grains Ag Research Centers Wool CASE STUDY:AUSTRALIAN WINE CLUSTER Monday, July 15, 13
  • 22. Wine Industry National Education and Training Council !  Established in 1995 !  Focus: Coordination, integration, and standard maintenance for vocational training and education !  Funding: Government; other cluster organizations Cooperative Centre for Viticulture !  Established in 1991 !  Focus: Coordination of research and education policy in viticulture !  Funding: other cluster organizations Australian Wine Export Council !  Established in 1992 !  Focus: Wine export promotion through international offices in London and San Francisco !  Funding: Government; cluster organizations Winemakers’ Federation of Australia !  Established in 1990 !  Focus: Public policy representation of companies in the wine cluster !  Funding: Member companies Grape and Wine R&D Corporation !  Established in 1991 as statutory body !  Focus: Funding of research and development activities !  Funding: Government; statutory levy Wine Industry Information Service !  Established in 1998 !  Focus: Information collection, organization, and dissemination !  Funding: Cluster organizations CASE STUDY:AUSTRALIAN WINE CLUSTER Monday, July 15, 13
  • 23. CASE STUDY:AUSTRALIAN WINE CLUSTER $0 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $600 $700 $800 $900 $1,000 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 0% 1% 2% 3% 4% 5% 6% 7% 8% Value Market Share Source: UN Trade Statistics Australian Wine Exports in million US Dollars Australian Wine World Export Market Share Trade Performance Monday, July 15, 13
  • 24. SO HOW DOES AUSTIN STACK UP? E- Capacit y I- Capacity Relative Strength Notes Do ppl want to start companies? X 19% have entrepreneurial intentions1 Are there mentors who are willing to give their time? X Observation Do we produce innovative technology? X #11 in US, #9 per capita2 Linkages between entrepreneurs and innovation? “Texas entrepreneurs are less innovative than the US average.”1 Source: 12012 Global Entrepreneurship Monitor US Report, 2Brookings Institution “Patenting Prosperity” Monday, July 15, 13
  • 25. WHAT ABOUT AUSTIN’S CLUSTERS? Source: U.S. Cluster Mapping Project Monday, July 15, 13
  • 26. OKAY, SO HOW DOYOU BUILDTHRIVING ENTREPRENEURIAL COMMUNITIES? The Commitment of a Group of Important Actors from Different SectorsTo a Common Agenda for Solving a Specific Social Problem IT’S NOT EASY!YOU NEED COLLECTIVE IMPACT Mark Kramer,Academic/Super Hero Monday, July 15, 13
  • 27. A WORKINGTHESIS OF COLLECTIVE IMPACT FOR BUILDING ENTREPRENEURIAL COMMUNITIES Monday, July 15, 13
  • 28. A WORKINGTHESIS OF COLLECTIVE IMPACT FOR BUILDING ENTREPRENEURIAL COMMUNITIES 1. Set the table and invite the right people Monday, July 15, 13
  • 29. A WORKINGTHESIS OF COLLECTIVE IMPACT FOR BUILDING ENTREPRENEURIAL COMMUNITIES 1. Set the table and invite the right people Monday, July 15, 13
  • 30. A WORKINGTHESIS OF COLLECTIVE IMPACT FOR BUILDING ENTREPRENEURIAL COMMUNITIES 1. Set the table and invite the right people 2. Recruit a long-term leader and resource him sufficiently for success Monday, July 15, 13
  • 31. A WORKINGTHESIS OF COLLECTIVE IMPACT FOR BUILDING ENTREPRENEURIAL COMMUNITIES 1. Set the table and invite the right people 2. Recruit a long-term leader and resource him sufficiently for success Monday, July 15, 13
  • 32. A WORKINGTHESIS OF COLLECTIVE IMPACT FOR BUILDING ENTREPRENEURIAL COMMUNITIES 1. Set the table and invite the right people 2. Recruit a long-term leader and resource him sufficiently for success Monday, July 15, 13
  • 33. A WORKINGTHESIS OF COLLECTIVE IMPACT FOR BUILDING ENTREPRENEURIAL COMMUNITIES 1. Set the table and invite the right people 2. Recruit a long-term leader and resource him sufficiently for success 3. Have the leader build, test, and refine entrepreneurial community building for at least 10 years – all judged against a set of open and measurable goals Monday, July 15, 13
  • 34. A WORKINGTHESIS OF COLLECTIVE IMPACT FOR BUILDING ENTREPRENEURIAL COMMUNITIES 1. Set the table and invite the right people 2. Recruit a long-term leader and resource him sufficiently for success 3. Have the leader build, test, and refine entrepreneurial community building for at least 10 years – all judged against a set of open and measurable goals Monday, July 15, 13
  • 35. COMMUNITY DASHBOARD: BUILDING ACCOUNTABILITY INTO COLLECTIVE IMPACT Monday, July 15, 13
  • 36. (FURTHER) READING LIST • Acs, Zoltan, J., and Catherine Armington. Entrepreneurship, Geography, and American Economic Growth. Cambridge University Press, 2006. • Delgado, Mercedes, Michael E. Porter, and Scott Stern. "Clusters and entrepreneurship." Journal of Economic Geography 10.4 (2010): 495-518. • Feld, Brad. Startup Communities: Building an Entrepreneurial Ecosystem inYour City.Wiley, 2012. • Furman, Jeffrey L., Michael E. Porter, and Scott Stern. "The determinants of national innovative capacity." Research Policy 31.6 (2002): 899-933. • Haltiwanger, John, Ron S. Jarmin, and Javier Miranda.“Who creates jobs? Small vs. large vs. young.” Review of Economics and Statistics 0 (2010). • HanleyBrown, Fay, John Kania, and Mark Kramer. "Channeling change: Making collective impact work." published in the Stanford Social Innovation Review.Accessed February 9 (2012): 2012. • Isenberg, Daniel J. "How to start an entrepreneurial revolution." Harvard Business Review 88.6 (2010): 40-50. • Kania, J. and Kramer, Mark R. Embracing Emergence: How Collective Impact Addresses Complexity. Stanford Social Innovation Review Blog. May 16, 2013. • Lerner, Josh. Boulevard of broken dreams: why public efforts to boost entrepreneurship and venture capital have failed--and what to do about it. Princeton University Press, 2009. • Roberts Edward, and Charles Eesly.“Entrepreneurial impact:The role of MIT.” (2009). • Saxenian,AnnaLee. Regional advantage: Culture and competition in Silicon Valley and Route 128. Harvard University Press, 1996. Monday, July 15, 13
  • 37. THANKS FOR LISTENING betojuareziii.com betoiii@gmail.com @betoiii Monday, July 15, 13