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Forum for innovation 2016

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Presentation on innovation, competitiveness and policies to stimulate entrepreneurship ecosystems covering 3 topics:
1. Technology, Entrepreneurs, Disruption and Startups
2. Investments, Ecosystems, Frameworks and Communities
3. Policy, Projects, Research, H2020

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Forum for innovation 2016

  1. 1. Forum for Innovation 2016 Role of innovation in competitiveness and policies to stimulate entrepreneurial ecosystems 13 October 2016 Bogdan Ceobanu
  2. 2. 1. Technology, Entrepreneurs, Disruption and Startups
  3. 3. 2. Investments, Ecosystems, Frameworks and Communities
  4. 4. 540+ VCs €23.8B raised by startups since 2014
  5. 5. What It Will Take to Create the Next Great Silicon Valleys, Plural The popular recipe for creating the “next” Silicon Valley goes something like this: ● Build a big, beautiful, fully equipped technology park; ● Mix in R&D labs and university centers; ● Provide incentives to attract scientists, firms, and users; ● Interconnect the industry through consortia and specialized suppliers; ● Protect intellectual property and tech transfer; and ● Establish a favorable business environment and regulations.
  6. 6. What It Will Take to Create the Next Great Silicon Valleys, Plural The popular recipe for creating the “next” Silicon Valley goes something like this: ● Build a big, beautiful, fully equipped technology park; ● Mix in R&D labs and university centers; ● Provide incentives to attract scientists, firms, and users; ● Interconnect the industry through consortia and specialized suppliers; ● Protect intellectual property and tech transfer; and ● Establish a favorable business environment and regulations. Except … this approach to innovation clusters hasn’t really worked.
  7. 7. You shouldn’t be trying to copy Silicon Valley. You should figure out what domain is (or could be) specific to their region. Ie: Bitcoin Valley Drone Valley, Driverless Car Valley Stem Cell Valley. And so on.
  8. 8. @Nicolas_Colin
  9. 9. www.factory.co/playbook.
  10. 10. 3. Policy, Projects, H2020
  11. 11. Policy Scaleup Manifesto 1. Complete the single market 2. Mobilise capital 3. Activate talent 4. Power innovation 5. Broaden education 6. Monitor, measure and evaluate. Endorse at http://scaleupeuropemanifesto.eu/
  12. 12. Startup Europe. 10 projects to build bridges between the startup players within European ecosystems. More http://startupeuropeclub.eu/ Next Horizon 2020 call ICT-32-2017 Startup Europe for Growth and Innovation Radar €12M DL 25 April 2017 More http://bit.ly/ict32se/
  13. 13. Startups 636 startups are part of the Startup Europe portfolio* Geography Spain 105 Portugal 86 Italy 64 Germany 63 France 39 Ireland 38 UK 37 Poland 34 Lithuania 26 Netherlands 16 Finland 15 Stage 81 Pre Series A 21 Series A 9 Series B 4 Series C Category Mobile apps Internet of things e-commerce Advertising Education SAAS Analytics FinTech Healthcare Age 5 years average Jobs created 3465 Capital raised $198.637.000 *Data from public sources, Mattermark
  14. 14. Research Startup Hubs - 20 startup ecosystems analysed dynamically using APIs, maps, and official company data. New release 30 October 2016 http://startuphubs.eu/
  15. 15. H2020 >€2B+ Budget available until 2020 in ICT [big data, iot, robotics, connected cars, energy, cloud, startups,..] Download a brochure with the WP2016-2017 open calls and apply! http://bit.ly/guideh2020
  16. 16. Thank you. bogdan.ceobanu@ec.europa.eu studios

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