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  • This is what our events look like: Most of them take place at Lion Hall, of the Recanati Building, which holds about 180 participants, a pleasant hall. It’s almost all men… both on stage and with the audience. 5% women, not many more. We hold the networking during the 45 min break between the two main sessions. Meetings take place in the afternoon. The language spoken is normally Hebrew, however the slides are almost always in English. Israelis speak with a funny accent that takes a while to get used to. The guy sitting on the right hand site was our keynote speaker on the MIT EF 12 th annual event: Eli Hurwitz, the man who made TEVA what it is – the #1 manufacturer of generic drugs, a $34B company, more than the whole automotive industry. Topics: - about the evolution of our group over time and its position in the entrepreneurial community in Israel. - about the value of a focused resource - me and my team; this is one of the messages that I want to get to chapters. They need to figure out a way to fund a resource that can provide continuity. - what sells in this environment and in general in your market. - how we deal with the competition because in our case it is more intense than in many other places but people do not realize this.
  • This is a slide I borrowed from Greg the other day. I use it to make a point of the global facet of the MIT Forum. I would now like to show you where Israel is: see the three dots on top of Africa? They show two chapters and a viewing site. If you put the three dots together, that’s Israel. I’m not sure we’ll even need three. The numbers for Israel are pretty similar to those of Massachusetts: Area: 20,000 sq Km (IL) vs 27,000 (MA) Inhabitants: 7 M vs. 6.4 M
  • This is a slide I borrowed from Greg the other day. I use it to make a point of the global facet of the MIT Forum. I would now like to show you where Israel is: see the three dots on top of Africa? They show two chapters and a viewing site. If you put the three dots together, that’s Israel. I’m not sure we’ll even need three. The numbers for Israel are pretty similar to those of Massachusetts: Area: 20,000 sq Km (IL) vs 27,000 (MA) Inhabitants: 7 M vs. 6.4 M
  • This is a slide I borrowed from Greg the other day. I use it to make a point of the global facet of the MIT Forum. I would now like to show you where Israel is: see the three dots on top of Africa? They show two chapters and a viewing site. If you put the three dots together, that’s Israel. I’m not sure we’ll even need three. The numbers for Israel are pretty similar to those of Massachusetts: Area: 20,000 sq Km (IL) vs 27,000 (MA) Inhabitants: 7 M vs. 6.4 M
  • The numbers for Israel are pretty similar to those of Massachusetts: Area: 20,000 sq Km (IL) vs 27,000 (MA) Inhabitants: 7 M vs. 6.4 M
  • The numbers for Israel are pretty similar to those of Massachusetts: Area: 20,000 sq Km (IL) vs 27,000 (MA) Inhabitants: 7 M vs. 6.4 M
  • The numbers for Israel are pretty similar to those of Massachusetts: Area: 20,000 sq Km (IL) vs 27,000 (MA) Inhabitants: 7 M vs. 6.4 M
  • The numbers for Israel are pretty similar to those of Massachusetts: Area: 20,000 sq Km (IL) vs 27,000 (MA) Inhabitants: 7 M vs. 6.4 M
  • The numbers for Israel are pretty similar to those of Massachusetts: Area: 20,000 sq Km (IL) vs 27,000 (MA) Inhabitants: 7 M vs. 6.4 M
  • The numbers for Israel are pretty similar to those of Massachusetts: Area: 20,000 sq Km (IL) vs 27,000 (MA) Inhabitants: 7 M vs. 6.4 M
  • The numbers for Israel are pretty similar to those of Massachusetts: Area: 20,000 sq Km (IL) vs 27,000 (MA) Inhabitants: 7 M vs. 6.4 M
  • The numbers for Israel are pretty similar to those of Massachusetts: Area: 20,000 sq Km (IL) vs 27,000 (MA) Inhabitants: 7 M vs. 6.4 M
  • The numbers for Israel are pretty similar to those of Massachusetts: Area: 20,000 sq Km (IL) vs 27,000 (MA) Inhabitants: 7 M vs. 6.4 M

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  • MIT Enterprise Forum @ PACE University Technology Innovation & Entrepreneurship in Israel Ayla Matalon MIT Enterprise Forum of Israel in cooperation with the Leon Recanati Graduate School of Business Administration Tel Aviv University     
  • Sabra: n. A native-born Israeli. [Hebrew ṣābār, sabra, prickly pear.] IN COOPERATION WITH THE LEON RECANATI GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY
  • Israel is about the size of NJ or Massachusetts
  • Until the 80s
    • Government regulated economy
    • Mainly agriculture, tourism & textile + defense industry
    • Building the infrastructures
    • First global tech centers
      • IBM Scientific Center (1972)
      • Intel R&D Center (1974)
    IN COOPERATION WITH THE LEON RECANATI GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY
  •  
  • As of the 90s
    • Exports: IT & Defense
    • More global R&D centers
      • National Semi Conductor, Digital Equipment, Motorola
      • Cisco, Microsoft, Marvell, SAP, Google (2) & others
    • First investment bodies:
      • Athena, Discount Investments
    • Gov initiates
      • Tech incubators
      • Yozma funds
      • Magnet program
    IN COOPERATION WITH THE LEON RECANATI GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY
  • IN COOPERATION WITH THE LEON RECANATI GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY IT Drives 1990s Growth
      • IT sector grew at an average rate of 16% per year
      • Accounted for 5 % of GDP in 1990 and 14% in 2000
      • Contributed a full 1/3 of the growth of GDP
      • IT exports grew by a factor of 6
            • Reached $15B by 2000
            • Accounted for 1/3 of total exports
  • Exports by technology intensity Source: BOI $ millions
  • Industrial production by technological intensity Source: Makov report (2007), CBS (Israel 2008). EU average: Italy, Belgium, Denmark, Finland and France.
  • IN COOPERATION WITH THE LEON RECANATI GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY Israelis are Early Adopters
    • Engineers per 10,000 Employees (70, highest WW)
    • Penetration - mobile – 106 %
            • PC - 73%
            • broadband - 50+%
    • Very high on patents per capita (4 ww in US)
    • About 100 Israeli companies on NASDAQ
    • Total VC backed exits since 1993 - ~$35B, #1 center out of US
  • IN COOPERATION WITH THE LEON RECANATI GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY Making the Impossible Possible Ray Stata, Analog Devices
    • Stubborn, committed to success
    • Groups of people working together long term
    • Repeat Entrepreneurs (33% vs. US 5%)
    • Paul Gompers, HBS
    • “ My Market is over the Ocean ..“… Global Players
    • TEVA, CheckPoint, ISCAR, MAIN, Amdox, RAD, Daisy, Indigo, Given Imaging, ICQ
  • IN COOPERATION WITH THE LEON RECANATI GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY Success Factors
    • Strong Tech Base (academia + defense)
    • 2 degrees of separation, culture of equality, long term
    • Strong network, strong community, good teamwork
    • Empowerment (army service), questioning authority
    • Multi disciplinary thinking, persistence
    • Strong N-Ach
    • Capital efficiency
  • IN COOPERATION WITH THE LEON RECANATI GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY Working with Entrepreneurs and Entrepreneurs to Be
  • IN COOPERATION WITH THE LEON RECANATI GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY The MIT Forum “Very Open University” Conferences, workshops, 1-1 consulting Entrepreneurship Courses Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, MBA Program Herzliya Interdisciplinary Center, Efi Arazi School of Computer Science Tel Aviv University – Faculty of Engineering Born or Made?
  • IN COOPERATION WITH THE LEON RECANATI GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY
    • Company Lifecycle
    • Tool Box
    • Learning from success and failure
    • This is not for everybody
    The Book
  • IN COOPERATION WITH THE LEON RECANATI GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY
      • Market research & biz environment
      • IP
      • Funding methods
      • Negotiation techniques
      • Go to market strategies
      • Business planning process
    The Tool Box
  • IN COOPERATION WITH THE LEON RECANATI GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY
    • Role models to learn from
    • Case studies
    • War stories to grow with
    • Process analysis
    • Real, hands on experience, field work
    • bridging between ‘real life’ and academia
    The Method
  • IN COOPERATION WITH THE LEON RECANATI GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY
    • Evaluating the opportunity (Continuity, Given Imaging)
    • Funding (Qlusters, OneHourTranslation)
    • Learning from success and failure (Envision, Kasamba, Precise)
    • Go to market strategy (Equivio, Illient)
    • JV, M&A (Aladdin, Panorama)
    • Business Strategy (TEVA)
    War Stories
  • Testimonials
    • "inspiring introduction to the spirit of entrepreneurship, and an outstanding networking opportunity " Amir Shpitalni, Founder & CEO, Spiral Supports Ltd.
    • “ one of the best opportunities in Israel to meet with other entrepreneurs” Amir Milo, Founder and CEO, Equivio
    • “ Listening to the problems and
    • challenges behind successful
    • companies – their
    • unwritten History…
    • Priceless and countless insights”
    • Ishay Green, Founder and CTO,
    • Onigma (sold to McAfee) & Soluto
    • “ Inspiring, professional and practical”
    • Omer Matityahu, Founder & COO, Profitect
  • IN COOPERATION WITH THE LEON RECANATI GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY Brainstorming Sessions - Advantages Natural ■ Intimate ■ Open ■ Effective
  • IN COOPERATION WITH THE LEON RECANATI GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY "In Mid 2004 OmniVee participated in a MIT Forum brainstorming session … with a well balanced panel with well-known and respected professionals, including Dr. Shlomo Kalish , Founding Partner of Jerusalem Global Ventures, and Yoav Avtalion , Co-founder of NICE. “ The meeting itself was short and focused . We ended up having our downside very explicitly put, and benefited from a few key suggestions for the best course of action . “ About half a year later, I can state a number of our main strong points today are clearly the result of things said in the MIT Forum meeting. We saw it as a 'step-forward' meeting; however its full impact became apparent only with the passage of time ." Ben Kidron , Founder and CEO, OmniVee (sold to DVTel 12 months after consulting with MIT EF)
  • IN COOPERATION WITH THE LEON RECANATI GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY “ The Forum put us on the right track in terms of developing a realistic business plan , with proper benchmarks and milestones, thereby improving decision making at MIND. The Forum afforded us the opportunity of developing on-going relationships with experts in fields related to our business. The Forum gave us insight into the intricacies of seeking venture capital , and allowed us to avoid the pitfalls of hindsight by learning ‘on the job’ in the process of negotiations.” Monica Eisinger , Founder & CEO, Mind-CTI (NASDAQ: MNDO) (Mind-CTI went public 4 years after consulting with the MIT EF)
  • IN COOPERATION WITH THE LEON RECANATI GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY Challenges for the next Decade Closing the gaps: - Turning the creative ideas into big companies 36 companies exceed $100M/year, 12/4 of started after 1992/1996 - High-tech island
  • Thank You Ayla Matalon MIT Enterprise Forum of Israel [email_address] www.mit-forum.org.il * I wish to thank Dr. Orna Berry (Gemini Israel Funds) and Prof. Zvi Eckstein, Deputy Governor, Bank of Israel, for some of the statistics on this PowerPoint presentation IN COOPERATION WITH THE LEON RECANATI GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY