MAP Master Class - Intro to Startup Ecosystem

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  • Case Managers
    The Expert Network
  • MAP Master Class - Intro to Startup Ecosystem

    1. 1. Introduction to Australian Startup Ecosystem @Roh_Workman March 2014
    2. 2. Melbourne Accelerator Program Support for entrepreneurs of all MAP Startup Accelerator: stages: •$20,000 •Public Forums •structured mentoring •Master Class Series •co-working space •Startup Velocity •Escape Velocity Info Night - Tuesday 25 March – 6.30pm Sidney Myer Asia Centre
    3. 3. Contents 1. What is a startup? 2. What is a startup ecosystem? 3. Life cycle of a startup 4. Types of funding 5. Accelerators 6. Angel networks 7. Venture capitalists 8. Crowd Funding 9. Co-working spaces 10. Government support 11. Not-for-profit support 12. Questions
    4. 4. What is a startup? According to Dave McClure, a 'startup' is a company that is confused about: •what its product is; •who its customers are; and •how to make money. As soon as it figures out all 3 things, it ceases being a startup and becomes a real business.
    5. 5. What is a startup ecosystem? • Entrepreneurs • Government • Universities • Investors • Mentors • Service Providers • Large companies
    6. 6. Startup lifecycle
    7. 7. Funding – Seed Characteristics: •Very early stage •Risky •Friends, Fools, Family •Accelerator •Potentially crowd funding Image courtesy www.enko.co.za
    8. 8. Accelerators
    9. 9. Funding - FFF Phase 1: •Friends •Fools •Family
    10. 10. Funding - Angel Characteristics: •HNW Individual •Likely has startup experience Image courtesy www.treverimarket.com
    11. 11. Funding – Angel networks Characteristics: •Collection of angels •Review / evaluate deals together •Decision to invest is made individually
    12. 12. Funding – Venture Capital Capital invested in a project in which there is a substantial element of risk, typically a new or expanding business.
    13. 13. Funding – Venture Capital
    14. 14. Startup lifecycle
    15. 15. Funding – Crowd Funding The practice of funding a project or venture by raising many small amounts of money from a large number of people, typically via the Internet.
    16. 16. Funding – Equity Crowd Funding The practice of funding a project or venture by raising many small amounts of money from a large number of people, typically via the Internet.
    17. 17. Co-working spaces
    18. 18. Government Support
    19. 19. Commercialisation Australia • Skills & Knowledge – up to $50k; • Experienced Executives to up to $350k; • Proof of Concept - $50k to $250k; • Early Stage Commercialisation $50k to $2m
    20. 20. R&D Tax Incentive The two core components are: • Minimum $20k •a 45 per cent refundable tax offset • Basically 150% deduction (equivalent to a 150 per cent • Lodge registration application deduction) to eligible entities with an with AusIndustry by  30 April  aggregated turnover of less than $20 2014. million per annum •a non-refundable 40 per cent tax offset (equivalent to 133 per cent deduction) to all other eligible entities.
    21. 21. Business Victoria • TRIP – ICT ($2.5k to $10k); • TRIP – Biotechnology & Small Technology; • Technology Voucher Program ($10k to $50k);
    22. 22. Invest Victoria
    23. 23. UK Trade & Investment
    24. 24. Not-for-Profits
    25. 25. Not-for-Profits
    26. 26. Questions?

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