Supporting the commercialization of new energy technology by Celine Bak

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  • Overview of the ChartRugged as an Example And 8-year old company, developed and marketing ….. Their product was launched in Year 2. Received $4 Million in VC to fully commercialize product in year 3. Raised investment in Sales & Marketing (Product Commercialization Activities) to 60% of indirect expenses from under 20% Average Annual Growth Rate of 166%
  • Overview of the ChartRugged as an Example And 8-year old company, developed and marketing ….. Their product was launched in Year 2. Received $4 Million in VC to fully commercialize product in year 3. Raised investment in Sales & Marketing (Product Commercialization Activities) to 60% of indirect expenses from under 20% Average Annual Growth Rate of 166%
  • Overview of the ChartRugged as an Example And 8-year old company, developed and marketing ….. Their product was launched in Year 2. Received $4 Million in VC to fully commercialize product in year 3. Raised investment in Sales & Marketing (Product Commercialization Activities) to 60% of indirect expenses from under 20% Average Annual Growth Rate of 166%
  • Overview of the ChartRugged as an Example And 8-year old company, developed and marketing ….. Their product was launched in Year 2. Received $4 Million in VC to fully commercialize product in year 3. Raised investment in Sales & Marketing (Product Commercialization Activities) to 60% of indirect expenses from under 20% Average Annual Growth Rate of 166%
  • Supporting the commercialization of new energy technology by Celine Bak

    1. 1. Analytica Advisors Clean Technology Trusted Research forIndustry Research: InnovationBuilding Out Great Companies IndustriesWorldwide May 28, 2012 Céline Bak 1 Copyright, All Rights Reserved Copyright, All Rights Reserved Copyright, All Rights Reserved
    2. 2. Simple taxonomy – Upstream, Downstream, Water2 Copyright, All Rights Reserved
    3. 3. Downstream is where growth will lie3 Copyright, All Rights Reserved
    4. 4. ‘New’ Export Focus – beyond NAFTASource: Analytica Advisors 4 Copyright, All Rights Reserved
    5. 5. R&D comparable toAerospace & Defence 5 Copyright, All Rights Reserved
    6. 6. Hidden innovation-based employment 44,000 Canadians Employed with a 4.97 Direct Multiplier, 8% Employment CAGR through the Global Financial Crisis6 Copyright, All Rights Reserved
    7. 7. Significant Opportunity for Canada Economic Opportunity for a $1.6 trillion Economy with $400 billion in Exports 2010 2020Industry Revenues $9 billion $60 billion Jobs 44 000 125 000 Multipliers 4.97/3.85 Exports $4.7 billion $35 to $45 billionR&D Investment $985 million 7 Copyright, All Rights Reserved
    8. 8. Globally Competitive Greater than 50 percent of revenues from exports Greater than 60 percent of revenues from exportsEven domestically focused sectors are now growing exports 8 Copyright, All Rights Reserved
    9. 9. Even highest growth companies have slow starts Highest Growth Companies Take 9.7 Years to Reach $10 Million9 Copyright, All Rights Reserved
    10. 10. What is the % of Canadian smartgrid company revenue fromexports? 42% 1. 21% 2. 53% 29% 3. 66% 18% 4. 87% 10% 1 2 3 4 Copyright, All Rights Reserved

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