How to Design Ideal Capital Markets
June 3, 2014
Michael Cayley
Be the person your dog thinks you
are.
In a beginner's mind there are many
possibilities.
In an expert's mi...
Understand technology as an extension of man
Key Messages from McLuhan
Human
Capital Social Capital
Corporate
Valuation Financial
Capital
Performance
Improving
Efficiency
Improving
Market
Creating
Categories of Innovators
1869
$104
billion
$162
billion
2004
Designing ideal capital markets
Designing ideal capital markets
Designing ideal capital markets
Designing ideal capital markets
Designing ideal capital markets
Designing ideal capital markets
Designing ideal capital markets
Designing ideal capital markets
Designing ideal capital markets
Designing ideal capital markets
Designing ideal capital markets
Designing ideal capital markets
Designing ideal capital markets
Designing ideal capital markets
Designing ideal capital markets
Designing ideal capital markets
Designing ideal capital markets
Designing ideal capital markets
Designing ideal capital markets
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Designing ideal capital markets

  1. 1. How to Design Ideal Capital Markets June 3, 2014
  2. 2. Michael Cayley Be the person your dog thinks you are. In a beginner's mind there are many possibilities. In an expert's mind there are few. Founder, Cdling Capital Services Inc. Director, Startup Grind Toronto • Cdling (pronounced "seedling") • socialcapitalvalueadd.com • startupgrind.com • VP, National Startup Advocacy • OCTIE Study • riverdalerapids.ca • Humber PR work • itbusiness.ca
  3. 3. Understand technology as an extension of man Key Messages from McLuhan
  4. 4. Human Capital Social Capital Corporate Valuation Financial Capital
  5. 5. Performance Improving Efficiency Improving Market Creating Categories of Innovators
  6. 6. 1869 $104 billion $162 billion 2004

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