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  • 1. blueFACTORY Boot Camp 2012 10th – 13th September 2012 University Fribourg, Bd de Pérolles 90, Room E 130
  • 2. What ? The world is full of great ideas, but only a few become reality. Novice entrepreneurs requireadvice, information and resources to turn their ideas into businesses.
  • 3. What else?The blueFACTORY Challenge Bootcamp is anintensive 4-day program which focuses on Idea Idea Opportunity Start-ups generation selection evaluation building New ideas: Strategy I: Strategy II: Creative technology & braindstorming SWOT, trend, c start-ups market , lead user, etc. ompetitive, etc.
  • 4. Who ?Speaker/Testimonial1. Experience as an entrepreneur/innovator/business angel1. Basic comments and statements: • Diversity, interdisziplinarity and entrepreneurial spirit • Identifying and developing ideas with technology and market potential • Assembling creative start-up teams • Strategically selecting and developing the ideas using creative techniques • Identifing and developing ideas with technology and market potential
  • 5. Who else ?Novice entrepreneurs Nom Prénom Ecole/Entreprise Burneo Manuel IIMT uni Latoui Ahlem Rima Uni Karam Mohamed HEG Kolly Julien 29-degres Steiner Beat EIA- FR Demierre Cédric EIA-FR/HEG Masmejean Vincent Lebuhan Corinne Kaenel Patricia Uni Bugnon Fabrice Schneuwly Lukas ATEC/HEG Wild Pascal HEG Vadana Iustin HEG Balkenende Diederik AMI Coulibaly Souleymane AMI Foster Johan AMI Balog Sandor AMI Ayer Mathieu AMI Thevenaz David AMI Kaiser Alexander HEG/Credit Suisse Baeriswyl Christian HEG/Mobiliar
  • 6. When ?Licensed IP Vision Business Plan Opportunity Start up CompetitionsR & D Projects Evaluation Awards for • Value propositions Entrepreneur License • Customer segments • Market assessmentProduct & Mkt. • Competition • Distribution channels MassChallengeExtensions Joint Venture Opportunity • Customer relationships 2013 Boston, MA • Revenue streams Recognition • Key resourcesM & A Projects • Key activities Franchise Start-up • Key partnerships • Cost structure Competitions • Decision Metrics OtherInventions Venture Lab and Abandon Venture Kick Sources Business Model Design
  • 7. Idea Where ? generationMonday 10/9/2012 Activities • Jean-Luc Mossier • Welcome 09.00 – 09.30 • Marc Pauchard • Rules and concept • Rico Baldegger • Presentation Ideas and team 09.30 – 11.15 building (first draft) • Team • Alexandre Gauthier 11.15 – 12.15 • Testimonial (Tebicom) • Alain Nicod (VI Partners AG) 13.30 – 16.30 • Inspiration and first feedback • Team
  • 8. Idea Where ? selectionTuesday 11/9/2012 Activities 09.00 – 10.15 • Business Model Canvas • R. Baldegger 10.30 – 11.15 • Business Model Canvas • Team 11.15 – 12.00 • Testimonial • Benoit Rouiller (Softcom) • Customer relationship; Customer segment and sales 13.30 – 16.30 • Markus Schneider • Story Telling
  • 9. opportunity Where ? evaluationWednesday 12/9/2012 Activities • Innovation Factory 09.00 – 12.00 • New value propositions • Elmar Mock (Creaholic) • Developing ideas and Creativity 13.30 – 14.30 • Testimonial • Christian Fischer (Bcomp) • Logistics • Key partnership 14.45 – 16.30 • Christian Fischer • Revenue streams • Key activites
  • 10. Start-ups Where ? buildingThursday 13/9/2012 Activities • Adapting the business design 09.00 – 10.30 • Mathias Pohle (Swisscom) to insights gained • Presentation and 10.30 – 12.00 • Markus Schneider communication skills 13.30 – 14.30 • Presentation • Teams 15.00 – 16.00 • Feedback • Jury 16.30 • Next steps and Apéro
  • 11. • The Boot Camp will start on Monday September 10th at 9h00 in Room E130 on Bd de Pérolles 90 (in the University buildings of the faculty of oeconomic and social sciences, building 21 on the plan) [cid:image003.png@01CD8AC3.E3F36F50] http://www.unifr.ch/map/fr/perolles.php#21 From 10th -13th of September the program will last from 9h00 to 16h30. On Monday 10th and Thursday 13th we will have a sandwich lunch that will be provided by us. On all other days, we will just go for lunch at the university mensa. On Thursday 13th we will conclude the Boot Camp with an Apéro around 16h30. Please bring your laptop and any other working tool that you judge helpful for the task that lies ahead. We will provide flip-charts and other working materials for the teams.

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