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Innovation Across Borders - Session 4 suresh madan

  1. 1. January 2008<br />Innovation Across Borders<br />Innovation and Trade in Emerging and Developing Countries<br />February 24, 2011<br />
  2. 2. Innovation in India<br /><ul><li>Why India?
  3. 3. Largest Democracy
  4. 4. Country for Global Growth
  5. 5. Low WEF rankings
  6. 6. Innovation in India
  7. 7. Death of Outsourcing
  8. 8. Decade of Innovation: 2010 - 2020
  9. 9. National Innovation Council</li></ul>International Patent Filings <br /><ul><li>US 44,855
  10. 10. Canada 2,707
  11. 11. China 12,337
  12. 12. India 1,109
  13. 13. Russia 560
  14. 14. Brazil 442</li></ul>Source: World Intellectual Property Organization<br />
  15. 15. January 2008<br />Some Examples of Innovation in India<br /><ul><li>Traditional– Green Revolution, Dabbawalas, Amul
  16. 16. Contemporary – Nano, shaadi.com, “Low Cost” solutions, medical tourism
  17. 17. Process – Missed Call, Recycling, SKS Microfinance, EMRI
  18. 18. Product – Cell phone with flashlight, Home based water filtration, inverters, battery powered refrigerator</li></li></ul><li>January 2008<br />Issues affecting Innovation<br /><ul><li>Business was dirty word, untilrecently
  19. 19. Low R&D Spending in firms and universities
  20. 20. Lack of:
  21. 21. Seed Capital
  22. 22. Incubators
  23. 23. Mentors
  24. 24. Success Stories
  25. 25. Issues in dispute resolution</li></li></ul><li>January 2008<br />Opportunities for Canadian SMEs<br /><ul><li>Large marketbut no easy success
  26. 26. Develop “Low Cost” solutions to products
  27. 27. Leverage technical manpower
  28. 28. Engage diaspora
  29. 29. Learn from Canadian success stories</li></li></ul><li>Resources for Innovators <br />TiE Mentoring –fostering entrepreneurship through 1,300 charter members<br />TiE India Initiatives – seminars on Doing Business in India in collaboration with the Consulate General of India in Toronto<br />TiE Entrepreneurial Forums – showcase entrepreneurs who have achieved an exit to learn from their pains and pleasures.<br />
  30. 30. TiE Network<br />TiE is in 56 cities across the globe.<br />
  31. 31. TiE: Talent, Ideas and Enterprise<br />TiE, The Indus Entrepreneurs, is the largest global not-for-profit network of entrepreneurs and professionals<br />TiE’s mission is fostering entrepreneurship<br />Founded in 1992 in the Silicon Valley, TiE today has over 16,000 members across 56 chapters across the globe<br />Over 400 regular members and 67 charter members in GTA<br />
  32. 32. Reasons for Success<br />2500+ experienced entrepreneurs and business leaders<br />Singular focus on entrepreneurship, irrespective of politics and religion<br />Inspires and educates budding entrepreneurs<br />Provides role models and 1-on-1 mentorship<br />
  33. 33. Type of Innovative Projects<br />
  34. 34. TiE Success Stories<br />KR Golf Solutions<br />

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