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IDCEE 2013: Global Innovation Economy: Golden Age of Entrepreneurship - Kamran Elahian (Co-Founder & Chairman @ Global Catalyst Partners)

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Kamran Elahian has co-founded more than ten high-tech companies and two nonprofit organizations (see list below), in addition to co-founding Global Catalyst Partners. He serves as chairman of the board for Actelis Networks, the Global Catalyst Foundation and is Chairman Emeritus of Relief International-Schools Online, and serves on the board of SoundHound. He also serves as co-chair of UNDESA-GAID, The Global Alliance for Information and Communication Technologies and Development is a United Nations global forum that promotes the use of information and communication technologies in developing countries.

In December 2006, Mr. Elahian was presented The Dr. Morris Chang Exemplary Leadership Award, in recognition of his exceptional contributions to the development, innovation, growth and long-term opportunities of the fabless semiconductor industry.

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  • 1. Global Innovation Economy: Golden Age of Entrepreneurship Kamran Elahian Global Catalyst Venture Alliance IDCEE Conference, Kiev October 2013
  • 2. Chao Chaos Chaos Cha os s o a h C
  • 3. KamI ran •神乱
  • 4. Kamran Elahian CAE Systems: Co-founder, CAD software, acquired by Tektronix for $75M 24 Years Hi-Tech Entrepreneurship Cirrus Logic: Co-founder, Fabless semiconductor, IPO at $150M; peak at $3.5B NeoMagic: Co-founder, mobile multimedia IC, IPO at $300M; peak at $700M Centillium: Co-founder, communication IC, IPO at $700M; peak at $4B Global Profile Financing/Operating Investment Entities in U.S., Japan, Germany, France, Taiwan, Singapore, India, Israel, Armenia and China; Fluency in English and Persian, limited French and Japanese Global Catalyst Partners: Chairman and Co-founder 14 Years Global Venture Capital Silicon Valley international, multistage, technology oriented venture capital firm. Invests in leading edge technology companies in the U.S., China, Japan, India & Israel Global Catalyst Foundation: Chairman and Co-founder – private foundation with mission to improve peoples’ lives through effective application of IT. 17 Years nonProfit/Public Service Relief International-Schools Online: Chairman Emeritus – humanitarian agency that provides emergency relief, development assistance & program services to vulnerable communities worldwide. Provided Computers and access to the Internet for 6400 Schools in 36 Countries. UNGAID: Former Co-Chair - United Nations global forum that promotes the use of information and communication technologies in developing countries.
  • 5. IT Innovation Value Content Software Micro-Electronic Electro-Mechanical Mechanical Manual
  • 6. Sewing - Manual
  • 7. Sewing -Mechanical
  • 8. Sewing - Electro -Mechanical
  • 9. Sewing - MicroElectronics
  • 10. Sewing - Software
  • 11. Sewing - Content
  • 12. The Internet of: Everyone Anytime Everywhere
  • 13. The Internet of: Everyone Anytime Everywhere
  • 14. The Internet of: Everyone Anytime Everywhere Everything
  • 15. IT Innovation Value Content Software Micro-Electronic Electro-Mechanical Mechanical Manual Incremental Innovation Value
  • 16. Electro-Mechanical Incremental Value
  • 17. IT Innovation Value Content Software Micro-Electronic Electro-Mechanical Mechanical Manual Timing Innovation Value
  • 18. Great Technologies Ahead of Their Time My Three Failed Companies: Momenta (iPAD -20 Years) Cahoots (Skype -5 Years) Entopia (Meta Search -4 Years)
  • 19. IT Innovation Value Content Software Micro-Electronic Electro-Mechanical Mechanical Manual Geographic Innovation Value
  • 20. Geographic Innovation Diaspora In Silicon Valley • India(Juniper, Cavium), China (Yahoo, YouTube) Israel(SanDisk, Checkpoint), Iran (Ebay, Cirrus Logic), Russia(Google, Evernote),... Diaspora Of Silicon Valley Culture • Local and Virtual Incubators (Plug & Play, 500 Startups, Unreasonable Institute,...)
  • 21. Digital-Divide ------------> Digital Unite 21st Century Education Interaction, New Ideas Innovation & Entrepreneurship Investment Job Creation Global Catalyst Foundation
  • 22. Global Start-up Accelerators: Diaspora of Silicon Valley Culture 22
  • 23. Nano-Tech Innovation Value (10-7 to 10-10 meters) Fermi-Tech 10-15 Pico-Tech 10-12 Nano-Tech 10-9 Micro-Tech 10-6 Visible to Eye >100 Microns
  • 24. Nano-Tech Altering: Physical, Electrical, &Optical Properties
  • 25. Molecular Biology Innovation Value (10-7 to 10-10 meters) Fermi-Tech 10-15 Pico-Tech 10-12 Nano-Tech 10-9 Micro-Tech 10-6 Visible to Eye >100 Microns
  • 26. From Dolly to Super Humans
  • 27. Dark Side of Innovation Weapons of Mass Destruction • (Nuclear, Chemical, Cyber-Attacks) Big Brother, Rise of the Demonic Robots Mutant Monsters, Biological Germs Global Financial Collapse (2008) • (High IRR Justifies Every Action)
  • 28. Innovation Value (IT, Nano-Tech or Molecular Biology) Global Human Values (SPI)
  • 29. Speculation vs. Innovation  Speculation Capitalism: • IRR Driven that ONLY Benefits Shareholders  Innovation Capitalism: • IRR Driven that Benefits Shareholders, Employees, Customers, Society and Environment (SPI)
  • 30. Global Innovation Economy  Innovation (develop a product/service that benefits humanity)  Multicultural (Diaspora)  Global Approach  Acceptance of Failure  Meritocracy  Shared Ownership  Participatory Management
  • 31. One Global Fund USA China Japan GCVA $250M Singapore Malaysia Indonesia India Israel MENA Russia Leveraging our Global and Local Networks