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  • 1. Journey to the Wonderful World of Startups EPITA Innovation Week 2013 Daniel Jarjoura - Startup42
  • 2. 58 slides
  • 3. 58 slides ~ 1 hour
  • 4. 58 slides ~ 1 hour Constant interactions
  • 5. 58 slides ~ 1 hour Constant interactions Q&A at your discretion
  • 6. Ladies and gentlemen, this is your captain speaking
  • 7. BS Telecommunications Pre-sales Engineer Product Manager Innovation Manager Business Development Director MS Computer Science
  • 8. Startups?
  • 9. Net worth: $19 Billion
  • 10. Net worth: $19 Billion
  • 11. What about France?
  • 12. $600M
  • 13. $6.8B
  • 14. What’s a startup?
  • 15. 3 types of startups
  • 16. Lifestyle Startups
  • 17. Lifestyle Startups Work to live their Passion
  • 18. Lifestyle Startups Work to live their Passion Serve know customer with known product
  • 19. Lifestyle Startups Work to live their Passion Serve know customer with known product No Exit potential
  • 20. Small Business Startups
  • 21. Small Business Startups Work to Feed the family
  • 22. Small Business Startups Work to Feed the family Serve know customer with known product
  • 23. Small Business Startups Work to Feed the family Serve know customer with known product Limited Exit potential
  • 24. 99,9% of French companies
  • 25. Scalable Startups
  • 26. Scalable Startups Born to be BIG
  • 27. Scalable Startups Born to be BIG Solution for unknown customer with unknown features
  • 28. Scalable Startups Born to be BIG Solution for unknown customer with unknown features Huge Exit potential
  • 29. Total Available Market > €300M Typically needs Venture Capital Growth Potential > €50M
  • 30. A startup is a temporary organization used to search for a repeatable and scalable business model Steve Blank - Author, Entrepreneur
  • 31. Startups are Not small versions of big companies
  • 32. Startups Big Companies
  • 33. Startups Big Companies Search
  • 34. Startups Big Companies Search Execute
  • 35. Startups Big Companies Search Execute Metrics
  • 36. Startups Big Companies Search Execute Metrics Accounting
  • 37. Startups Big Companies Search Execute Metrics Accounting Customer Validation
  • 38. Startups Big Companies Search Execute Metrics Accounting Customer Validation Sales
  • 39. Startups Big Companies Search Execute Metrics Accounting Customer Validation Sales Customer Development
  • 40. Startups Big Companies Search Execute Metrics Accounting Customer Validation Sales Customer Development Product Management
  • 41. Startups Big Companies Search Execute Metrics Accounting Customer Validation Sales Customer Development Product Management Agile Development
  • 42. Startups Big Companies Search Execute Metrics Accounting Customer Validation Sales Customer Development Product Management Agile Development Engineering
  • 43. Entrepreneurship as a Management Science
  • 44. Entrepreneurship as a Management Science E-School instead of B-School
  • 45. The first business school 1819 1908 First MBA 1957 First European MBA 2008 > 100,000 MBAs / year Business as a Management Science
  • 46. Business Schools Topics
  • 47. Business Schools Topics Execution
  • 48. Business Schools Topics Execution Accounting
  • 49. Business Schools Topics Execution Accounting Strategy
  • 50. Business Schools Topics Execution Accounting Strategy Product Management
  • 51. Business Schools Topics Execution Accounting Strategy Product Management Engineering
  • 52. Startups Big Companies Search Execute Metrics Accounting Customer Validation Sales Customer Development Product Management Agile Development Engineering
  • 53. Startups Big Companies Search Execute Metrics Accounting Customer Validation Sales Customer Development Product Management Agile Development Engineering
  • 54. Startups Big Companies Search Execute Metrics Accounting Customer Validation Sales Customer Development Product Management Agile Development Engineering
  • 55. Business Schools Focus on Big Company Strategies
  • 56. Business Schools Limitations?
  • 57. Business Schools Limitations? Most professors consult for large companies
  • 58. Business Schools Limitations? Most professors consult for large companies Most believe startups are small versions of big companies
  • 59. Business Schools Limitations? Most professors consult for large companies Most believe startups are small versions of big companies Most B-school entrepreneurship programs are side-shows
  • 60. 1959 1996 2005 2011 > 100 incubators globally Incubators a Reaction to the lack of Practical University Entrepreneurship
  • 61. Startup Incubators
  • 62. Startup Incubators Experience vs. Theory
  • 63. Startup Incubators Experience vs. Theory Goal: create a company and jobs
  • 64. Startup Incubators Experience vs. Theory Goal: create a company and jobs Curriculum: product development + best practices
  • 65. StartUp42 is a startup accelerator, aimed at helping early-stage ICT projects develop their first prototype and validate initial assumptions in 4 months
  • 66. We are a non-profit organization offering acceleration services free of charge to startups without taking equity
  • 67. We are supported by EPITA as well as a club of corporate sponsors
  • 68. We are open to all and look for: Innovative ICT projects solving real-life problems Teams with at least one technical co-founder Hacker’s spirit, really ;)
  • 69. Services offered to our startups
  • 70. Technology Expertise
  • 71. Access to the startup ecosystem
  • 72. Some of our partners
  • 73. Serendipity Mentorship
  • 74. Tariq Krim Jolicloud Guillaume Roques Salesforce.com Adrien Aumont KissKissBankBank Stéphane Crozatier Facebook Mattt Thompson Heroku Prescillia Leroy Agence PPM Franck Tetzlaff Kobojo Jacques Bonifay Transatel David Bizer HackFwd Alain Buzzacaro France Télévisions Véronique di Benedetto Econocom Didier Tranchier IT Angels Alexandre Malsch Melty Frédéric Plais Commerce Guys Jean-Xtophe Ordonneau Melcion, Chassagne Ori Pekelman Constellation Matrix Daniel Coheur Melio, Cibus intl Marc Brandsma Schibsted Rama Divedi Verseau Vincent Vergonjeanne Kobojo, EVERYDAYiPLAY Rand Hindi Snips Laurent Baudart Syntec Numérique Anne-Charlotte Rivière Dechert Olivier Leclerc Alcatel-Lucent Paul Degueuse 360 Capital Christian-François Viala MobileTag, YesProfile Antonin Léonard OuiShare Dali Kilani Zynga, iFeelgoods Mathieu Lhoumeau Contract Live Wessel Kooyman Cole Street Some of our mentors Ramine Darabiha Rovio Jb Labrune MIT Medialab
  • 75. Our first batch (StartUp42 v0.1) Collective Thinking develops solutions for governments and enterprises, allowing them to identify and build collective thoughts trends through syntactic analysis and big data algorithms.This solution will enable their customers to analyze and understand these trends. Dyndrop offers to PHP developers and web agencies a simple and easy way to deploy GitHub projects on the cloud while automating server administration and managing the development workflow. Mobeye enables companies and brands, to gather and analyze their on-site data in an effective way, by giving incentives to a large community of smartphone users, willing to participate.These users will then be able to make money while collecting data for enterprises. Modizy is the first online personal shopper for women. Founded in March 2012, Modizy already offers 60,000+ products and 6,000 fashion brands to more than 14,000 active members, 98% of them being women. Like a real personal shopper, Modizy learn its users’ tastes through its intelligent marketplace and help them shop on by giving advice and making suggestions. MotionLead was founded in 2012 by two EPITA students while in their 2nd year. Their first application, Meme reader (previously 9GAG reader), was downloaded more than 1.6 millions times and is currently used by 600,000+ active users. MotionLead is currently working on revolutionizing mobile advertising MonPractice.com provides the keys to pinpoint your winning golf moves using sensors located directly on the paddock. No matter what your level is, MonPractice.com is able to provide you real time customized help through your own tablet or a multimedia kiosk. Ubimix provides a collaborative solution allowing to curate, repurpose and scenarios high-resolution images and to transform them into interactive zoomable ebooks, catalogues, infographics, maps or presentation. Monpractice.com motionlead
  • 76. Our v0.1 Prototype Fiesta
  • 77. Before After 13 teams pre-selected 7 early-stage projects selected 80% outside applicants 16 motivated founders +10 new hires Many awards won 6 incorporated companies 1 fund raising (€250K) and another one on the way
  • 78. So, what’s in there for you?
  • 79. You might want to move to the dark side of the force
  • 80. Or maybe still hesitating?
  • 81. 5 myths about working for a startup
  • 82. 5 myths about working for a startup 1/ Smart people work for big companies
  • 83. 5 myths about working for a startup 1/ Smart people work for big companies
  • 84. 5 myths about working for a startup 1/ Smart people work for big companies 2/ Those who can’t get a job elsewehre join a startup
  • 85. 5 myths about working for a startup 1/ Smart people work for big companies 2/ Those who can’t get a job elsewehre join a startup
  • 86. 5 myths about working for a startup 1/ Smart people work for big companies 2/ Those who can’t get a job elsewehre join a startup 3/ You can’t get real learning experience if you work in a startup
  • 87. 5 myths about working for a startup 1/ Smart people work for big companies 2/ Those who can’t get a job elsewehre join a startup 3/ You can’t get real learning experience if you work in a startup
  • 88. 5 myths about working for a startup 1/ Smart people work for big companies 2/ Those who can’t get a job elsewehre join a startup 3/ You can’t get real learning experience if you work in a startup 4/ Startups don’t pay their employees
  • 89. 5 myths about working for a startup 1/ Smart people work for big companies 2/ Those who can’t get a job elsewehre join a startup 3/ You can’t get real learning experience if you work in a startup 4/ Startups don’t pay their employees
  • 90. 5 myths about working for a startup 1/ Smart people work for big companies 2/ Those who can’t get a job elsewehre join a startup 3/ You can’t get real learning experience if you work in a startup 4/ Startups don’t pay their employees 5/ The bigger the company you work for, the better your career chances are
  • 91. 5 myths about working for a startup 1/ Smart people work for big companies 2/ Those who can’t get a job elsewehre join a startup 3/ You can’t get real learning experience if you work in a startup 4/ Startups don’t pay their employees 5/ The bigger the company you work for, the better your career chances are
  • 92. And if you already made your choice...
  • 93. Startups are changing the world. Don’t miss the train
  • 94. Thanks  so  much  for  listening  and   let’s  stay  in  touch! @Startup42_ facebook.com/Startup42 @Djarjoura linkedin.com/company/startup42 www.startup42.org slideshare.net/djarjoura daniel@startup42.org