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For the Ministry of Foreign Affairs we've conducted research, including field work and local seminars in North-Africa. The objective was to analyse the start-up ecosystems in Morocco and Tunisia and ...

For the Ministry of Foreign Affairs we've conducted research, including field work and local seminars in North-Africa. The objective was to analyse the start-up ecosystems in Morocco and Tunisia and develop an approach to help advance these ecosystems. We managed to meet many people that share our passion for start-ups, entrepreneurship, innovation and business incubation.

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  • Development of Incubation in The Netherlands Pim de Bokx Chairman DIA – Dutch Incubation Association Initiator of Pioneerz Group
  • Pim de Bokx 2 – Entrepreneur since my 20th – Several companies and organizations founded – Education in Landscape architecture and Business Science – 2000 Started private BViT innovation network with 2 partners and 1 VC, developing 6 incubators over time: Delft, Rotterdam, The Hague, Amsterdam, Den Helder, Noordwijk. – 2003 Developer XLX game based entrepreneurship training. – 2004 Chairman DIA (Dutch Incubation Association) – 2004 Owner of Huygens-XC, Expertise Centre on Entrepreneurship Development and Business Incubation. – 2013 Founder Pioneerz Group to enable the PioneersSociety: “managing the risk to dramatically improve”
  • 3 PIONEERZ
  • Key statistics Netherlands • 17 million people • Size: 25% of Tunisia • Trading Nation since 16th century (2012 nr. 5 ) • Competitive (2013 nr 8) • Innovative (2012 nr 6) • High Human Capital (2013 nr 4) • Global investor (nr. 5 ) • Easy to do business (2013 nr. 25) Registering a company: 5 days • 144.000 starting companies in 2012
  • Innovation Strength 1. High Tech Systems 2. Agro-Business & Food 3. Energy & Sustainability 4. Water & Coastal management 5. Life sciences & Health 6. Chemical Processing 7. Logistics & Transport 8. Design, Creativity & Architecture
  • Innovation Ecosystem Research Education Innovation Business Entrepreneurship
  • System view Incubation Centre of Entrepreneurship Business Incubator Science Park
  • History of Incubation in NL 1948: Wholesale building Rotterdam >> development multi-tenant business centers all over the country (now ca. 1.000) 1986: Business Technology Centre of University Twente 1996: Governement investment in thematic incubators all over the country like Twinning (ICT) and Biopartner (Biotech). 2000: BViT founded to develop a network of incubators 2001: Newconomy (private incubator) goes IPO. 2004: Gorillapark bankrupt; second last private incubator to go bankrupt. 2006: New law on higher education, making Entrepreneurship part of HEI. Launch of government ‘valorization’ program to stimulate universities to develop commercialization and new business activities through Centres of Entrepreneurship and Business Incubators. 13
  • Incubators in The Netherlands THEME (3d generation) Nr. Remarks Design/Creative 9 High-Tech 9 Aero&Space 2 Noordwijk, Noordoostpolder Medic/Biotech/Life Science 8 Internet/IT/media 4 Sustainable/Cleantech 6 Seed-accelerator 2 Amsterdam Virtual incubation 1 Developing Countries General 8 TOTAL 51 14
  • Impact of Startup Ecosystem • Creating 2,4 jobs per startup per year • Max. 50% macro productivity growth • 25% of innovations • New type of services • New wealth • New type of jobs • Innovation & Competitiveness
  • BViT ClusterIncubation formula Attract and develop cluster of complementary businesses Market Thematic Clusterincubator Knowledge Source exploitationapplicationknowledge pmc pmc pmc pmc pmc pmc
  • Typology
  • Characteristics Ecosystem • A diverse organic system • Many public-private partnerships • Commercial, non-commercial, ngo and public • Grass-roots (co-working) and exclusive (seed- accelerators) approaches • Involvement of industry, education, research, development agencies, government, etc.
  • The Environment For Incubators
  • Crowdfunding Micro Credit Innovation Credit Growth Credit
  • Dutch Education System 4-12 years 12-18 years 18-27 years 27 > Primary School General Secondary School Academic University Distant Learning Professional Middle School Professional University Vocational and Professional training
  • Entrepreneurship in Education 4-12 years 12-18 years 18-27 years 27 > Primary School General Secondary School Academic University Distant Learning Professional Middle School Professional University Vocational and Professional training Entrepreneurship games Entrepreneurship courses CoE StudentInc IdeaLabs competitions
  • Thank You Ing. P.M. (Pim) de Bokx BSc. CPO of Pioneerz Group +31(0)654 247 268 +31(88)2848600 pim@pioneerz.com www.pioneerz.com http://nl.linkedin.com/in/pimdebokx Participating in: • DIA (Dutch Incubation Association), • EBN/Quality Auditor EBN • ESA Business Incubation Centres • GNBI (Global Network of Business Incubation) Managing the risk to dramatically improve