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Presented in The developers conference 2014 - São Paulo - in the entrepreneurship and startups track

Presented in The developers conference 2014 - São Paulo - in the entrepreneurship and startups track

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  • 1. Startup Communities Daniel Cukier danicuki@ime.usp.br @danicuki
  • 2. Boulder Thesis http://bit.ly/boulderthesis Kauffman Sketchbook - "StartupVille"
  • 3. Led by entrepreneurs
  • 4. Long Term Commitment
  • 5. Embrace Failure
  • 6. Inclusive
  • 7. Engage the Community
  • 8. Boulder Thesis http://bit.ly/boulderthesis
  • 9. http://bit.ly/babson-entrepreneurship
  • 10. http://bit.ly/israeli-startup-ecosystem
  • 11. http://bit.ly/ecosystem-report-2012
  • 12. Silicon Valley 1.Presence of a high ranked University 2.Cultural mix of experienced and high-talented entrepreneurs, investors, and academics 3.Wellness and quality of life mindset 4.People from many parts of the world 5.Risk and failure being embraced as part of the entrepreneurial journey 6.Authentic entrepreneurs with passion to make a difference in humanity
  • 13. Silicon Valley 7.Well established patent industry 8.Passionate, authentic, driven by ideas, fearless, trustworthy and resilient people 9.No idea considered crazy 10.Venture Capital industry on virtuous cycle 11.Network culture of freely exchanging ideas
  • 14. New York 1.Easy access to capital, as being close to the financial center of the world 2.The new on-going, long-term project for Cornell NYC Tech University campus 3.Tolerance for high risk and failure 4.A great sense of community, generosity and networking 5.NY Tech Meetup, a non-profit organization with over 36,000 members supporting the New York technology community (nytm.org) 6.Big angel investors community based on the giving back culture 7.Large community with open access to the business world.
  • 15. Israel 1.Military service, which is a compulsory duty for all 18 year old Jews 2.The culture of doubt and argument, where leadership can always be questioned if it is reasonable 3.Assertiveness versus insolence; critical, independent thinking versus insubordination; ambition and vision versus arrogance 4.The historical background, which makes Israel a place where people want to improve and succeed 5.Incentives for employing immigrants, specially highly- qualified scientists and knowledge workers 6.Israel's smallness, which creates an opportunity to specialize in quality based on creativity.
  • 16. Atlanta • Top Universities • Top Human Capital • VC $ • Creative Entrepreneurs • Great infrastructure
  • 17. Atlanta http://bit.ly/atlanta-startup FAIL
  • 18. Hofstede’s Power Distance measures the extent to which the less powerful members of organizations and institutions (like the family) accept and expect that power is distributed unequally. This represents inequality (more versus less), but defined from below, not from above http://bit.ly/power-distance
  • 19. Malasia 104 Venezuela 81 Brazil 69 United States 40 Israel 13 Power Distance
  • 20. http://bit.ly/power-distance
  • 21. China 118 Hong Kong 96 Brazil 65 United States 29 United Kingdom 25 Long Term Commitment short long
  • 22. Individualism Individualism (versus collectivism) is the degree to which individuals are integrated into groups. On the individualist side we find societies in which the ties between individuals are loose: everyone is expected to look after him/herself and his/her immediate family. On the collectivist side, we find societies in which people from birth onwards are integrated into strong, cohesive in-groups, often extended families which continue protecting them in exchange for unquestioning loyalty.
  • 23. United States 91 Australia 90 Brazil 69 Israel 54 Venezuela 12 Individualism
  • 24. http://bit.ly/corruption-index-2013
  • 25. Global Peace Index http://bit.ly/global-peace-index
  • 26. Ten Rules for Revolutionaries 1.Stop Imitating Silicon Valley! 2.Tailor an ecosystem around your own particular characteristics 3.Engage the entrepreneurship stakeholders early on 4.Support the high potential entrepreneurs 5.Make successes visible 6.Change the culture head on.! 7.Stress the roots: don’t provide easy money 8.Pave the footpath. Clusters don’t create entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurs create clusters 9.Remove bureaucratic obstacles for entrepreneurs 10.Experiment relentlessly and holistically http://entrepreneurial-revolution.com/ten-rules-for-revolutionaries/
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  • 29. http://bit.ly/dealbook-graph
  • 30. Startup Communities Daniel Cukier danicuki@ime.usp.br @danicuki

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