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Comparative Analysis

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  • 1. Comparative analysis Incubator – Bio-Region
  • 2. Goals
    • Make scientists entrepreneurs
    • Discriminating between competent cases, knowing when to terminate a company, distinguish between a ‘winner’ and a ‘loser’
    • Create economic value embedded in a company
    • Lobbying for the development of a facilitative legislative environment
    • Create viable companies from new technologies
    • Create employment
    • Create a balanced portfolio of companies
    • Company should have the potential to be internationally competitive – criterion
    • Bridge University – market needs, potential
    • Lower the risk for the investors – learning to say ‘no’
  • 3. Questions
    • You should grow a company..?
    • You should grow a service company.?
    • The distinction between research- and business-incubator matters..?
    • Is better inside University, inside a Park or ‘outside’..?
  • 4. The role of the Incubator’s micro-environment
    • Skills (internal or externally linked)
    • Networking between the incubator’s companies
    • ‘ Experience’ as the most important factor
    • Training, Coaching or Providing..?
  • 5. The role of the Incubator’s macro-environment
    • Sustainable regional system
    • Good relations to local VCs / other investors
    • Establishing international presence-position
  • 6. Plan
    • Why do we need to have – critical success factors - at local and global level
    • Find the right not the best – the science fits best the unmet need
    • Convert an idea to a proven concept-plan to the next investor
    • Active or passive pursuit of projects
    • Skills of the management team
    • Supporting (hard’ or ‘soft’) infrastructure
    • Companies knowing or not what they need