Going international ?                 Key issues and recommendations from                 Mediterranean innovation stakeho...
ANIMAA multi-country, non for profit platform     79 organisations, 22 countries from both Mediterranean rims     Focus ...
Going international ?      Main needs expressed by entrepreneurs                                 0,0%   5,0%     10,0%    ...
Investing international ?  Key issues for Angels & VCsDeal flow    Too many technical projects    Lack of good managers/...
Going international ?Key issues for Incubators , TTOs, & TechnopolesMake strategic choices    Where to focus actions ?   ...
A need for regional actions onInnovation Shared concerns        High Unemployment and entrepreneurship policies in Southe...
Mobilise new playersInnovation networks are emerging     Go beyond structures & bordersHigh skilled talents in US, Europe...
Around Action Platforms                                   3. BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT          Giving an international dimensi...
Thank you for your attention Sebastien DAGAULT   sebastien.dagault@anima.coop ANIMA Investment Network  11b rue Saint Fe...
MedVentures ,50 partners, 15 countriesn                                                Europe                       Europe...
Innovation Inventory A database of innovation support structures, recording each actor and   profileJanuary 2012         ...
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Going international ? Key issues and recommendations from Mediterranean innovation stakeholders

  1. 1. Going international ? Key issues and recommendations from Mediterranean innovation stakeholders Sebastien DAGAULT, ANIMA Marseille MET3 Conference, 2 April 2012www.anima.coop
  2. 2. ANIMAA multi-country, non for profit platform  79 organisations, 22 countries from both Mediterranean rims  Focus on 9 South Med Countries (from Morocco to Turkey)Supporting innovation and entrepreneurship  Creation of the Med funds observatory, (2008-11)  500 investment funds monitored  Medibtikar activities on the financing of Innovation (2006-09)  Launch of BA networks in the Mediterranean  Invest in Med (2008-11)  18 one-year initiatives on innovation / entrepreneurship  MedVentures (2010-12)  120 Start-ups accompanied in their internationalisation  Management of the FARO (2010-12)  Seed fund (1M€) for innovative partnerships France <> MedCountries  Innovation study on the Promotion of Innovation in the Mediterranean (Ongoing)  60+ Stakeholders interviewed March 2012 © ANIMA 2012 2
  3. 3. Going international ? Main needs expressed by entrepreneurs 0,0% 5,0% 10,0% 15,0% 20,0% 25,0% 30,0% 35,0% Business partnerships Capital (equity investment)International marketing strategy Connections /networking R&D, innovation, standards International exhibitions Business development Coaching, mentoring, training Legal support Visibility Based on 100 business plans from 100 MedVentures entrepreneurs /2010 Check their profiles here ! March 2012 © ANIMA 2012 3
  4. 4. Investing international ? Key issues for Angels & VCsDeal flow  Too many technical projects  Lack of good managers/business developersExpertise  Build peer review networks  Coachs, incubators, entrepreneurs networks play a pivotal role  Develop low cost due diligenceValue creation  Build strong teams  Access to international market / Co-investments 4
  5. 5. Going international ?Key issues for Incubators , TTOs, & TechnopolesMake strategic choices  Where to focus actions ?  Mapping key technologies and resources to mobiliseWork on the framework  Train Innovation managers  IP Management is an issueDevelop market driven innovation processes  Promote : Packaging information / Marketing  Contractualise : A need for interface /clear offers  Follow up : lack of resources and strategic vision 5
  6. 6. A need for regional actions onInnovation Shared concerns  High Unemployment and entrepreneurship policies in Southern Europe/Mediterranean  Lack of critical size & international visibility for innovation players  Pooling of resources/expertise is badly needed Shared potential  Common sector and market potential  E.g Tourism  Expertise  E.g Agro-Food,  3+ million talents abroad who feel “Mediterranean “October 2011 © ANIMA 2011 6
  7. 7. Mobilise new playersInnovation networks are emerging  Go beyond structures & bordersHigh skilled talents in US, Europe and Gulf Countries want to get involved  Senior executives, investors, serial entrepreneurs,Large groups are investing  Get ting involved in Mediterranean innovation networksBusiness angels launch actions  A recent involvment around TTO and incubators © ANIMA 2012 7
  8. 8. Around Action Platforms 3. BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT Giving an international dimension to Euro-Med start-ups and innovation clusters2. ACCESS TO FINANCE 4. COACHING & ACTION PLATFORM MENTORINGBoosting Euro-Med early Work by sectors Building an international stage investment Around task forces supporting network Pooling resources Developing distributed network 1. SOURCING Mobilizing Mediterranean high growth start-ups, diaspora and innovation centers
  9. 9. Thank you for your attention Sebastien DAGAULT sebastien.dagault@anima.coop ANIMA Investment Network 11b rue Saint Ferréol 13001 Marseille – FR T. +33(0) 4 9611 6760 www.anima.coop www.medventures.biz www.faro-um.org
  10. 10. MedVentures ,50 partners, 15 countriesn Europe European Commission, EBAN, IBAN, EIB, CDC, OSEO, EBN, AFAEMME, CCIMP, EPA Euroméditerranée, USA/World European Business and innovation Centre networkTechWadi, OECD, (EBN), OSEO, Marseille Innovation, Parrainer laMIT Arab Business croissance, Provence Promotion ,Plan Competition Ville de Marseille Turkey EuroMed LabX, Galata, ANIMA,AFAEMME, RMEM, MersinBan RMEI, ASCAME, INSME, ISPIM, ² BusinessMed, Bedaya Syria Lebanon Berytech, SEBC Tunisia MEVP, BIAT, CONECT, CJD, API, Capital Trust Morocco SAGES Capital, Palestine Casa Technopark, WikiStart-up Israel PICTI FCE Banques Invest in Algeria Jordan Populaires, Dayam, Israël, TIP Algerian Start up El Hassan RMIE, AFEM Egypt Initiative , Alinov, Science City, Medafco, Genilem EJB, GAFI, Nile Capital, I-Park, ITIDA, TIEC JEDCO, OASIS 500 © ANIMA/Invest in Med © ANIMA 2011 10
  11. 11. Innovation Inventory A database of innovation support structures, recording each actor and profileJanuary 2012 © ANIMA 2012 11
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