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  • 1. MtB BOOT CAMP 11
    Mind the Bridge Boot Camp 2011Open Forum
    Milan, Sep 22nd
    ALBERTO ONETTI Chairman, Mind the Bridge Foundation
    With the support of:
  • 2. AGENDA
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  • 3. Italy: where are we?
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    Real GDP Growth
    Public Debt
    Source: CrESIT 2011
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  • 4. MtB BOOT CAMP 11
    Italy: how did we get there?
    • We have just a few large companies
    • 5. SMEs are 98% of the total
    • 6. We are mostly positioned on mature business and services
    • 7. Services is 66% of GDP, while Manufacturing is only 17%
    • 8. Innovative sectors play a minor role (2-6%)
    • 9. We need a new wave of startups, operating on innovative fields
    Food
    Wood
    Textile
    Metals
    Plastic & Rubber
    Automotive
    Industrial Machinery
    Chemical
    Electronics
    Pharma
    Software
    Biotech
    ITALY: INDUSTRY CONTRIBUTION TO GDP (2010)
    Source: CrESIT 2011
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  • 10. Startups in Italy:
    What’s the status?
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    Source: “Startups in Italy. Facts and Trends” Mind the Bridge Survey 2011
    Source: “Startups in Italy. Facts and Trends” Mind the Bridge Survey 2011
    • 59% are wanna-be-startups, while 41% are already incorporated
    • 11. They are young companies (1 year old on avg.)
    • 12. 39% originate in Northern Italy and 10% are foreign entities
    • 13. 59% are Web-based firms, only 5% are Biotech or Life Science firms
    • 14. The founder’s team is composed on the avg. of 2/3 people
    • 15. Only 9% have just one founder
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  • 16. Italian EntrepreneursWho are you?
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    Source: “Startups in Italy. Facts and Trends” Mind the Bridge Survey 2011
    • He/She is 32
    • 17. 87% is male, only 13% is female
    • 18. 58% has a scientific/technological background, while 42% has a business/humanistic education
    • 19. 26% holds a PhD or a MBA
    • 20. 21% has prior entrepreneurial experience
    Source: “Startups in Italy. Facts and Trends” Mind the Bridge Survey 2011
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  • 21. Lessons learned:
    What makes a successful startup
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    • Education matters a lot
    • 22. 2.0 Startups are founded by highly educated people
    • 23. Experience matters as well
    • 24. Being a serial entrepreneur is a job
    • 25. The right startup is never the first one you found
    • 26. Success is a team effort
    • 27. One-man bands do not go too far
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  • 28. Starting up business in Italy:key issues
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    • A few startups often lacking high-quality business plans (deal trickle”)
    • 29. Legal barriers to entry and exit (Italy is not a “corporate haven”)
    • 30. Obstacles in bridging research into business
    • 31. Lack of managerial skills
    • 32. High mortality rates (“crisi del primo miglio”) and “Dwarfism”
    • 33. Lack of an established venture capital community
    • 34. Mindset
    • 35. “for a company to really expand, it needs capital, but that means giving up at least some control. So thousands of companies here remain stubbornly small” (New York Times)
    • 36. “Non so decidere se sono stato furbo o vigliacco, se ho fatto bene o se ho tradito” (E. Nesi)
    • 37. No exits on the domestic market
    • 38. Technology hot-shots aspire to sell out to new economy “leviathans”
    • 39. Small size of the stock market and lack of large corporations doesn’t help
    • 40. Language barriers
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  • 41. AGENDA
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  • 42. MtB BOOT CAMP 11
    Mind the Bridge Foundation
    Mission:
    to promote a new Italian entrepreneurial ecosystem that is:ethical, highly professional, internationally focused, excellence driven
    Model:funded by foundations/companies/private sector/donorsnot government
    partnering with the most relevant actors
    Independent
    Connecting Talent
    • bridging opportunities of the Silicon Valley with Italian talent
    • 43. associating mentors and role models
    • 44. professionalizing the business planning skills
    • 45. using and building the network
    • 46. “give back” to build a bigger pie
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  • 47. Building the Bridge: the Pillars
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    • Discovering and Nurturing the Italian Talents MtB Italy Tour
    • 48. Selecting the best of breed MtB Business Plan Competition
    • 49. Providing training & education to the new generation of entrepreneurs MtB Bootcamp and MtB Coaching
    • 50. Showcasing the most promising startups and opening an international debate MtB Venture Camp @ Corrieredella Sera
    • 51. Hosting & Mentoring the most promising startups in the Silicon Valley MtB Gym
    • 52. Pitching US investors / partners MtB Gran Finale events
  • Building the Bridge:Pillars & Timeline
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    MtB US Roadshows March 2012
    MtB GYM
    Every Quarter
    - MtBAffiliates- Online Signups
  • 53. MtB Italy Tour 2011
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    Goals and channels
    • Education
    The MtB Startup Business School gives you the “nuts and bolts” regarding entrepreneurship, business planning, venture capital market and Silicon Valley eco-system
    • Honest Feedback
    Thanks to the Gym session the startups selected have the opportunity to present their business idea in front of a panel of investors and entrepreneurs and to be considered for the Gym, our mentorship program in San Francisco
    • Fine tuning the business idea
    Everybody can largely benefit from the discussion of all the business ideas as well as the education program in the morning.
    Firenze
    Pavia
    Genova
  • 54. MtB BOOT CAMP 11
    2010 Selected Startups
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  • 55. 2010 Winners
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    Barbara Labate - IID New York
    Marco Brini - IID Stanford
  • 56. MTB Success Stories
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    September 2011
    Second round of funding with IAG and ZernikeMeta Ventures, $ 1.1 M
    April 2011
    Merges with Avrio RMS Group
    March 2011
    Round of 300 K with ElserinoPiol e Marco Magnocavallo
    March 2011
    WinsSeedcampBerlin
    March 2011
    Wins Plug and Play International EXPO in Silicon Valley
    December 2010
    Sourced new CEO for U.S. operations
    October 2010
    Acquired by EMC
  • 57. 2011: Who are the next Italian Pioneers to Silicon Valley?
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    • The challenge is open: who’s next?
    • 58. Hundreds of Business Plans received
    • 59. 29 startups selected
    • 60. During the Bootcamp we select the short list of 15 pitching @ Corrieredella Sera
    • 61. The Top 6/8 are admitted to MTB Gym @ Pier 38 in San Francisco
  • MtB BOOT CAMP 11
    Venture Camp 2011
    With the supportof
    MIND THE BRIDGE VENTURE CAMP 11
    Trip to Silicon Valley and Back
    November 4° -5°
    Corriere della Sera
    Sala Buzzati
    Via Balzan 3, Milano
    November 4-5, 2011
    Milano, Italy
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  • 62. MtB BOOT CAMP 11
    Venture Camp
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    Mind the Bridge Venture Camp is a 2-day event held each year in Milan at Corrieredella Sera (the leading Italian newspaper) to promote a healthier Italian entrepreneurial ecosystem.
    Selected entrepreneurs present their business ideas to a large audience, including potential investors and partners.
    Selected startups will be invited to participate in the MtB Gym, a tutoring program between Italy and the Silicon Valley.
    With the supportof
    MIND THE BRIDGE VENTURE CAMP 11
    Trip to Silicon Valley and Back
    November 4° -5°
    Corriere della Sera
    Sala Buzzati
    Via Balzan 3,
    Milano
  • 63. MtB BOOT CAMP 11
    Venture Camp
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    With the supportof
    Entrepreneurs + Investors + Partners
    MIND THE BRIDGE VENTURE CAMP 11
    Trip to Silicon Valley and Back
    November 4° -5°
    Corriere della Sera
    Sala Buzzati
    Via Balzan 3, Milano
    November 4-5, 2011
    Milano, Italy
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  • 64. The GYM
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    Mind the Bridge Gymnasium is a startup incubator. Positioned in Pier 38 (San Francisco) we share the space with some of the hottest startups(50+) in Silicon Valley (Socialmedia.com, WordPress, Tweetme, etc.)
    Selected Startups are assigned a Mentor, supported in Business Development activities and given Training Sessions.
    Training Sessionsinclude: Financing, Immigration Visas, Build a team, Corporate Operations, Presentation Skills, Taxes
    Mentors+ Training+ Office Space
  • 65. The GYM: Open Now!
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    Accelerate the startup chances of success
    • Hosting: office space @ Pier38 in San Francisco
    • 66. Mentoring: assign a dedicated mentor per startup
    • 67. Coaching: provide regular classes (training modules)
    Build critical mass of startups
    A constant flow of startups hosted (10-15) to maximize the “educational impact”
    Become a social hub for Italian entrepreneurship in Silicon Valley
    Events, Mind-the-Beer, etc (social Gym)
    Targets
    • Early stage startups interested in a getting plugged into the Silicon Valley
    • 68. Italian “origin”
    • 69. Min 3 months, average 6 months.
    • 70. Starting at beginning of each quarter possibility to stay longer (as an affiliate startup)
    Access
    Affiliates Channel
    Individual Subscriptions
  • 71. MtB Startup School
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    The Program: Lessons and Hands On
    Theoretic Learning: Lessons (20 hrs)
    • Introduction to the Silicon Valley ecosystem
    • 72. Corporate Operations and Legal Aspects in Silicon Valley
    • 73. Corporate Finance
    • 74. Business development
    • 75. Fund raising with investors
    • 76. Communication skills
    • 77. Visa issues
    • 78. Human resources
    • 79. ....
    Practical Learning: Visits (20 hrs) + Business Planning (50 hrs)
    • Google’s headquarter – Mountain View
    • 80. Apple’s headquarter - Cupertino
    • 81. University of California, Berkeley
    • 82. Stanford University
    • 83. Singularity University
    Be a Silicon Valley Startup for 3 weeks
  • 84. MtB Startup School
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    WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?
    Students, PhD Students,
    Wanna-be-Entrepreneurs
    NEXT SESSIONS
    2011
    • October 10th – 28th
    2012
    • Starting from March
    WHERE?
    Pier 38, San Francisco
    HOW TO APPLY?
    Send an email to: summerschool@mindthebridge.org
    Be a Silicon Valley Startup for 3 weeks
  • 85. MtB Startup School – Past editions
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    3 editions– July, August, September..
    20+ students…
    … infinite opportunities
    “In oneof the visitsto the SingularityUniversity I’ve metaninterestingguy. We’re thinkingaboutdeveloping a project togethernow”.
    “A life-changingexperience! Loved the energyof the Valley”.
    “The atmoshperehereisincredible, everyonelovesto help otherentrepreneurs”.
    “It’s just incrediblehowyoueasilymeetotherentrepreneurshere, everybodyisreadytopitch in frontofyou!”.
    “I’ve lovedlisteningto Steve Blank’s speech. He’s awesome”.
    Be a Silicon Valley Startup for 3 weeks
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    THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION
    BLOGS:
    SOCIAL MEDIA:
    Facebook: Mind the Bridge - Connecting Talent
    Twitter: MindTheBridge
    mindthebridge.blogspot.com
    siliconvalley.corriere.it
    USEFULLINKS:
    EMAILS:
    www.mindthebridge.org
    information@mindthebridge.org

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