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UEDA Annual Summit 2016: Frenemies; When Competitors Collaborate, The Region Wins

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UEDA Annual Summit 2016: Frenemies; When Competitors Collaborate, The Region Wins

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UEDA Annual Summit 2016: Frenemies; When Competitors Collaborate, The Region Wins

  1. 1. Frenemies: When Competitors Collaborate, The Region Wins Keith Marmer Director, Health care Innovation Collaborative
  2. 2. “If only the companies and universities in my town would just…”
  3. 3. “If I got the companies and universities in my town to collaborate I would define success as…”
  4. 4. Health care Innovation Collaborative
  5. 5. Health care Innovation Collaborative • Founding vision: Philadelphia will become the global hub for health care innovation • Interviews with the c-suite • “Open Call” for innovation – 115 proposals – 75% from Philadelphia region – 2/3 from start-ups • Demo day • Working groups • “Share & Tell”
  6. 6. What are the most important goals • Efficiently communicate needs and opportunities • Develop the baseline information and evidence needed by start-ups • Enable start-ups to efficiently secure input and feedback on market requirements • Establish an environment for the testing and evaluation of innovative products and services • Facilitate the capital needed to support product testing • Recruit capital to seed start-ups • Leverage and support the region’s existing initiatives and resources • Attract and retain human and financial capital • Accelerate employment growth, innovation and modernization • Identify collaborative opportunities that support industry growth • Market and communicate the assets, successes and opportunities of the region
  7. 7. What are the most important outcomes • Capital • Customers • Infrastructure • Talent
  8. 8. Takeaways • We’re still around the table • Trust • Diversity of stakeholders • The role of connector • Consumers of innovation (the “customer”)

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