Startups - Impact to Economy

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  • We have the power to lower unemployment, increase income, Improve education, lower crime, and enhance the wealth of our nation and much, more\n
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  • Where I make tons of money!\n Risk, adapt quickly, \n\n
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  • Where I make tons of money!\n Risk, adapt quickly, \n\n
  • Where I make tons of money!\n Risk, adapt quickly, \n\n
  • Where I make tons of money!\n Risk, adapt quickly, \n\n
  • Where I make tons of money!\n Risk, adapt quickly, \n\n
  • Where I make tons of money!\n Risk, adapt quickly, \n\n
  • Where I make tons of money!\n Risk, adapt quickly, \n\n
  • Stora Kopparberg mine in Sweden\n\n
  • Lowest rate of new startups in 30 years\n
  • Half of new firms fail within five years.\n
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  • Brazil 13 days and 119 day avg to start a business\nUS 6 Days and 6 steps\n
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  • Startups - Impact to Economy

    1. 1. STARTUPS Ali Reza Kohani CEO and Founder / LabretoreExecutive Director / Long Beach Tech
    2. 2. Startups, their impact on theeconomy, and critical factors for creating a fertile landscape for entrepreneurial success.
    3. 3. WHAT IS A STARTUP?
    4. 4. STARTUP?
    5. 5. STARTUP?
    6. 6. STARTUP DEFINEDA startup is a company or temporary organization designed to search for a repeatable and scalable business model.
    7. 7. STARTUP DEFINEDA startup is a company or temporary organization designed to search for a repeatable and scalable business model. IDEAS CREATE BUILD DATA CODE MEASURE
    8. 8. EARLY STARTUP1/8 share of the Stora Kopparberg mine, dated June 16, 1288.
    9. 9. STARTUP BIRTHS SINCE 2006
    10. 10. STARTUP BIRTHS SINCE 2006
    11. 11. STARTUP DEATH RATE
    12. 12. JOBS
    13. 13. JOBS• Companies that are in their first five years of life, account for virtually all net job growth in the United States economy.
    14. 14. JOBS• Companies that are in their first five years of life, account for virtually all net job growth in the United States economy.• On average, one-year-old firms create nearly one million jobs, while ten-year-old firms generate 300,000.
    15. 15. JOBS• Companies that are in their first five years of life, account for virtually all net job growth in the United States economy.• On average, one-year-old firms create nearly one million jobs, while ten-year-old firms generate 300,000.• Mature firms grow smaller, more efficient and slower to expand.
    16. 16. INNOVATION IDEASCREATE BUILD DATA CODE MEASURE
    17. 17. ENVIRONMENT
    18. 18. INNOVATION VS. CLONES
    19. 19. INNOVATION VS. CLONESClones - Easy to outsource, low paying, makes the piesmallerInnovators - Hard to outsource, high paying, makes the piebigger
    20. 20. TOO MANY OBSTACLES?
    21. 21. ATTITUDE CHANGE
    22. 22. MORE GAZELLES
    23. 23. IMPORTANT FACTORS
    24. 24. IMPORTANT FACTORS• Change attitude and outlook
    25. 25. IMPORTANT FACTORS• Change attitude and outlook• Investment in startups and nurturing of (Gazelles) is good for economy
    26. 26. IMPORTANT FACTORS• Change attitude and outlook• Investment in startups and nurturing of (Gazelles) is good for economy• Create an ecosystem for finding and relieving pain - David & Goliath
    27. 27. IMPORTANT FACTORS• Change attitude and outlook• Investment in startups and nurturing of (Gazelles) is good for economy• Create an ecosystem for finding and relieving pain - David & Goliath• Invest in long clock projects (10,000-year clock)
    28. 28. THANK YOULong Beach Tech / longbeachtech.orgAli Reza Kohani / ali@longbeachtech.org

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