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  • Maybe split this into 6 fast slidesOther notesMost advances are incremental; startups need disruptive technology
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  • We make ventures happen
  • Title • Keep your presentation simple and to the point. • Structure your presentation to have a clear flow. • Know what you want to say. • Know who you want to say it to. • Remember: less is always more. About Us 2 NDRC
  • What is NDRC? NDRC’s mission is to create market capital by building high-impact new ventures. 3 NDRC
  • What is NDRC? NDRC’s mission is to create market capital by building high-impact new ventures. How: NDRC’s HANDS-ON TEAM WITH SPECIALIST CAPABILITIES + DEDICATED SPACE TO BUILD AN ECOSYSTEM + INVESTMENT FUND + FLEXIBILITY TO OPERATE AS COMMERCIAL ENTITY 4 NDRC
  • Why NDRC? Availability of Funding / Investment Research space: public grants Technologies-to-market timeline 5 NDRC
  • Why NDRC? Availability of Funding / Investment Commercial space: Angel/Seed VC, Early VC, Later VC Research space: public grants Technologies-to-market timeline 6 NDRC
  • Why NDRC? Availability of Funding / Investment THE GAP Commercial space: Angel/Seed VC, Early VC, Later VC Research space: public grants Technologies-to-market timeline 7 NDRC
  • Why NDRC? Availability of Funding / Investment Level of ‘High Touch’ from NDRC Technologies-to-market timeline 8 NDRC
  • How do we work? € HANDS-ON CAPABILITY= Mentoring + Validation + Design + Engineering + Forming Venture Teams + Deep Networks Level of ‘High Touch’ from NDRC 9 NDRC
  • How do we work? THE GAP Launch; first revenues; moving to scale Technology validation; customer & market validation; skills enhancing Concept forming; skills definition; customer discovery 10 NDRC
  • How do we work? 11 NDRC
  • Our History ISA Collaboration of the Year 2009 2007 Commenced operations with a fund of €25m from the State. 12 2008 ISA Academic Collaboration Award 2010 Aramark Healthcare awards: Product Innovation 2010 Digital Media Awards: 2010 Best Newcomer 2009 2010 First call for ‘Collaborative Translational Research (CTR)’ projects. Ireland’s first Joint-Ownership IP commercialisatio n agreement launched. NDRC IIA Award 2011: Best Open Data Initiative Launch of Ireland’s first tech accelerator, NDRC LaunchPad. NDRC Catalyser Feasibility project call launched. IIA Award 2012: The Very Best Place to Start 2011 NDRC Inventorium launched. 2012 Top University Business Incubators Global Benchmark 2013: NDRC ranked #1 globally for ICT 2013 2014 NDRC Swequity NDRC Smart Grid Innovation Hub Exchange pilot VentureLab pilot launched. launched in co- launched. operation with Clicktailing pilot EirGrid plc. launched in partnership with the IIA. New fund from Irish State, bringing total State funds under management to
  • Title • Keep your presentation simple and to the point. • Structure your presentation to have a clear flow. • Know what you want to say. • Know who you want to say it to. • Remember: less is always more. The 13 NDRC
  • NDRC
  • Digital entrepreneurs need nurturing The biggest challenges for digital entrepreneurs: • Breaking in to the right network • Not enough time to concentrate • No funding • The need for exposure – to customers and investors • How to reach customers • The need for a business model 15 NDRC
  • The NDRC LaunchPad offer • Unparalleled expertise across sectors, with hands on mentoring • 12 weeks alongside a broad spectrum of startups, innovators and investors • Peer-to-peer experiential environment • Weekly workshops and networking with acknowledged thought leaders • Micro-seed investment of up to €20k per venture • Opportunity to pitch to investors at Lift Off 16 NDRC
  • Who we’ve worked with 17 NDRC
  • NDRC VentureLab
  • Science commercialisation is HARD •Lots of science, small % is a fit for startups •Technology Risk - Scientific proof of concept ≠ effective product •Market Risk - Usually no validation that customers will buy the product •Incentive Risk - Research institutions and startups often have different incentives •Team - Hard to build world-class teams for unproven opportunities
  • VentureLab Changes the Game •Deep links with TTO, VC and entrepreneur communities •Enough capital to give a fair runway •Simple investor-friendly transactions and IP structure •Intensive programme designed around: • Team formation & leadership development • Market and technology validation • Testing business models • Investor readiness •Dedicated NDRC team with experience of > 100 startups
  • What does VentureLab offer? •Investment: €100k investment, using a simple convertible loan agreement •Programme: Pre-accelerator programme to validate an idea 6 month full-time intensive accelerator programme aimed at validating the opportunity for customers and investors •Expertise: Work alongside the VentureLab team and expert practitioners •Cohort: Peer to peer learning as part of the VentureLab cohort over 6 month period •Network: Deep and trusted network of investors and corporate strategic partners
  • Title • Keep your presentation simple and to the point. • Structure your presentation to have a clear flow. • Know what you want to say. • Know who you want to say it to. • Remember: less is always more. How do we measure success? 22 NDRC
  • 91m projected How do we measure success? Cumulative Market Value € Ventures emerging from NDRC have created Cumulative Commercial investment € 250 new jobs 39m 32m projected 59% Ventures emerging from NDRC have secured follow on investment 16m 14.9m 10.1m 5.7m 4.8m 2007 23 2008 NDRC 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
  • Investment Opportunities Ventures emerging from NDRC have created NDRC LaunchPad Visit www.ndrc.ie/launchpad jobs 250 new Closing date 13th December Open Day 28th November at NDRC NDRC VentureLab Visit www.ndrc.ie/venturelab Closing date end of the year Any questions? 24 NDRC