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Innovationecosystems

  1. 1. These slides were presented during the TECNA 2010 Summer Conference in Ottawa. They feature visual representations of innovation ecosystems as presented by MRI, CTC, and the Innovation Coalition<br />Program Partners:<br />Innovation Partner:<br />Supported By:<br />
  2. 2. How does government see innovation systems? <br />Position of the USA and Canadian Governments in innovation policy<br />Regional clusters<br />Innovation Eco-systems<br />Role of technology firms and supporters<br />Possible new financial support (grants, programs, etc.) from Ottawa and Washington DC.<br />Alignment of other groups<br />What is best way to position TECNA to help members receive support and higher profile nationally and locally and still deliver immediate value to members and sponsors?<br />2<br />Question:<br />Who does Gov’t go to to understand and impact regional innovation systems in DC and Ottawa?<br />
  3. 3. Draft August 5, 2010<br />7. National role and collaborations – <br />The Innovation Coalition<br />AUTM – Tech Managers - http://www.autm.net/Home.htm<br />Angel Capital Association<br />National Asso. Of Seed and Venture Funds<br />Comm Dev vent Cap assoc . http://www.cdvca.org/<br />NASBIC – the National Association of Small Business Investment Companies<br />Nat Business Incubator assoc.<br />Ass university research parks<br />State Science and tech Institute<br />TECNA<br />TECNA<br />The Innovation Coalition is a collaborative group of associations that support each part of the continuum for commercializing university research to create companies that create jobs. The goal is to garner a better understanding of each other and to work collaboratively to leverage resources and activities of these associations to maximize the impact of each and ultimately maximize job creation in America.<br />
  4. 4. MRI Pipeline – Program Overview<br />IDEAS<br />JOBS<br />Universities, <br />Colleges,<br />Research<br />Institutions,<br />Teaching<br />Hospitals<br />Global<br />Markets<br />Technology <br />& Product<br />Development<br />Business<br />Acceleration<br />Market<br />Development<br />Discovery <br />and<br />Knowledge<br />Transfer<br />(Research)<br />Ensuring Ontario is maximizing <br />the economic impact of its investments in research and <br />research infrastructure.<br />● Ontario Innovation Network Program<br />● Industry-Academic Collaboration <br /> Program (OCE):<br /> ● Knowledge Exchange & Technology<br /> Transfer: moving ideas from institutions<br /> to companies<br /> ● Proof-of-Principle: de-risking research<br /> discoveries<br />● Internships: moving talent from <br /> institutions to companies <br />● Collaborative Commercialization:<br /> harnessing great research talent to help <br /> companies<br />● The Health Technology Exchange (HTX)<br />● Centre for Research and Innovation in the <br /> Bio-Economy (CRIBE)<br />● Innovation Demonstration Fund<br />Providing talented researchers with the capital and operational support to undertake cutting-edge research. Attracting and retaining top-notch researchers <br />and innovators in Ontario.<br />● Ontario Research Fund:<br /> ● Research Infrastructure Program<br /> ● Research Excellence Program <br /> - Global Leadership in Genomics and<br /> Life Sciences (GL2)<br />● Research Talent Programs:<br /> ● Post-Doctoral Fellowship Program<br /> ● Early Researcher Awards<br /> ● Premier’s Discovery Awards<br /> ● Premier’s Catalyst Awards<br />● Ontario Institute for Cancer Research<br />● Spinal Cord Injury Solutions Network <br /> (SCISN)<br />● International Strategic Opportunities <br /> Program (ISOP), Teachers’ Science and <br /> Technology Outreach Program (TSTOP),<br /> Youth Science and Technology Outreach <br /> Program (YSTOP)<br />● International Collaborations <br />Accelerating the start-up and <br />growth of entrepreneurial talent <br />and globally-competitive <br />innovative companies.<br />● Business Acceleration Program (MaRS):<br /> ● Business Development – business<br /> guidance & coaching<br />● Entrepreneurs-in-Residence – strategies <br /> & tactics to grow businesses<br /> ● Market and Customer Intelligence – understanding market opportunities<br />● Investment Accelerator Fund – <br /> making businesses more attractive <br /> to follow-on investors<br />● Product Testing – understanding <br /> the customer<br />● Biopharmaceutical Investment Program<br />● Business Ecosystem Support Fund (Strategic <br /> Opportunities Program – SOP)<br />Helping companies get products <br />to market by providing growth capital and links to customers.<br /> ● Ontario Venture Capital Fund<br />● Ontario Emerging Technologies Fund<br />● Ontario Commercialization Investment <br /> Fund<br />● Ontario Tax Exemption for <br /> Commercialization Program<br />● Social Innovation Generation (SiG@ MaRS)<br />● GreenFit and Green Schools<br />
  5. 5. Innovation Eco-system<br />Government <br />Incentives<br />Jobs > <br />Growth<br />Venture<br />Later state<br />Early Stage<br />Seed<br />Technology <br />Transfer<br />Angel<br />Investors<br />Corporate<br />Spin Outs<br />Incubators<br />SBIR<br />Innovation <br />Accelerators<br />University<br />R&D<br />Validation<br />Skilled<br />Workers<br />Students<br />Networks<br />Associations<br />Mentors<br />Grants<br />Entrepreneurs<br />Infrastructure – Global connections<br />Image – Global perceptions<br />5<br />
  6. 6. These slides were presented during the TECNA 2010 Summer Conference in Ottawa. They feature visual representations of innovation ecosystems as presented by MRI, CTC, and the Innovation Coalition<br />Program Partners:<br />Innovation Partner:<br />Supported By:<br />

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