Marco Nannini - CowoCamp13

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Marco Nannini - CowoCamp13

  1. 1. EVERYONE HAS IDEAS FOR MAKING THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE. BUT WHERE DOES ONE GO TO MAKE THEM HAPPEN?
  2. 2. 38  HUBs  and  20+  in  the  making   20,000+  m²  space   6,000+  members   400+  makers  
  3. 3. Network 38 open HUBs and 20+ more to open across the world in next 18 months Open   1.  Amsterdam     2.  Bari   3.  Berkeley   4.  Belo  Horizonte     5.  Bergen     6.  Bogota   7.  Boulder   8.  Bucharest     9.  Copenhagen     10.  Curitiba   11.  Halifax     12.  Helsinki     13.  Islington     14.  Johannesburg   15.  Los  Angeles   16.  Kings  Cross     17.  Madrid     18.  Melbourne     19.  Milan     20.  Oaxaca     21.  Ottawa   22.  Prague     23.  Rotterdam     24.  Rovereto     25.  Rome     26.  Sao  Paulo     27.  San  Francisco   28.  Stockholm     29.  Seattle     30.  Seoul   31.  Singapore     32.  Syracuse   33.  Tel  Aviv     34.  Tokyo   35.  Vienna     36.  Westminster     37.  Zagreb   Initiatives  &  Candidates   1.  Athens   2.  Berlin   3.  Boston   4.  Caracas     5.  Donostia   6.  Dubai   7.  Florence   8.  Grand  Rapids   9.  Kyoto   10.  Mexico  City   11.  Monterey   12.  Moscow   13.  Munich   14.  New  York  City   15.  Oakland   16.  Odessa   17.  Recife   18.  Salt  Lake  City   19.  Sydney   20.  Trieste     21.  Washington  DC   22.  ...  
  4. 4. Community 6,000+ individuals taking entrepreneurial actions for sustainable impact Stage   Focus   0   5   10   15   20   25   30   35   40   66.1   13.5   20.4   Impact  First   Impact/Financial   Financial  First  
  5. 5. Impact Creating a global infrastructure for initiating, enabling and scaling high impact initiatives §  Space:  Inspiring  and  highly  _lexible   physical  locations  supported  by  a   facilitated  global  virtual  space   §  Community:  Locally,  globally  and   thematically  connected  networks  of   passionate  and  driven  individuals   §  Content:  Events,  interactions  and   learning  that  inspire,  enable  and   support     Experience   Impact   §  Key  issues  addressed:     30+  issues  addressed,  main  focus  on   learning,  sustainability,  design  &   innovation,  media,  arts  &  culture...   §  Environment  to  get  started   2:1  success  accreditation  vs  time   spent  with  HUB   54,7%  of  start-­‐ups  founded  while   member  of  HUB   §  Impact  Economy  in  the  making   1,500  new  FTE  created  in  2012   100M+  EUR  new  revenues  in  2012   §  HUB  Support  valued   61.6%  _ind  it  rather/very  important   to  be  supported  by  the  HUB   81.0%  would  highly  recommend  HUB  
  6. 6. Evolution Current growth and development of network and experience Growth   Development   →  100  HUBs   →  25,000+  Members   →  1,000+  Makers   →  Development  of  practices   and  programs   →  Focus  on  venturing,   learning  and  collaborating   →  Connected  experience   →  Global  membership   →  Opening  to  partners   2012   2013   2014   2015  

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