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Stanford eesley miller_impact_report

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Stanford eesley miller_impact_report

  1. Impact: Stanford UniVersity’s Economic Impact Via Innovation and :1 W» O 0 Entrepreneurship Sequoia Capital and the Kauffman Foundation
  2. Impact: Stanford University’s Economic Impact via Innovation and In W» O 0 Entrepreneurship Sequoia Capital and the Kauffman Foundation
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  4. What's the economic impact of Stanford through entrepreneurship?
  5. Stanford Alumni Innovation Survey 143,000 alumni Engineering 1900 faculty GSB selected research staff Education Earth Sciences 27,000 responses Humanities and Sciences 20% response rate Medicine 1930s-2011 grads Law
  6. — — 4. T. T‘ ‘ ; ‘ Fr‘, an ‘ I, m‘ . , 4 0+ I 4 ¢~ I I 39,900 companies 29% of the alumni Table 3 Percent Est. aggregate Est. aggregate total of firms median emp# median rev (Smil) total emp# sales (Smil) Less than 1000 97% 1.762.000 S1.711_000 l.000—l0.000 2.6% 2.248.000 $704000 More than 10.000 0.3% 1.377.000 $251,452 Total 100% _ 5.387.000 $2,667,000
  7. Table 3 Percent of firms Less than 1000 97% l,000—l0.000 2.6% More than 10,000 0.3% Total 1 00% 39,900 companies 29% of the alumni Est. aggregate total emp# 1.762.000 2.248.000 1,377,000 5,387,000 Est. aggregate total sales (Smil) $1,711,000 $704,000 $251,452 $2,667,000
  8. ‘Importing ‘Foundera Berg , , , . , , 2010 Undergraduate Graduating Class 60.0% K i V 50.0% r 7 4°-0°/ I ‘ 7 ’ lLocateinCAa1ter V graduation mjocy, , . lAdmits from CA 0.0% Locate in cancer Admits from on ‘ graduation Figure 2 v| .m Companies are round 3. 40% 35% ’ 30% 25% 20% V , . I Histou-imlly: - S’ e 1990: IHC 10% 5% — ‘ ‘ 0% _ , 0 . VVIthin 20 miles Within 30 mfles Wldlm 5 171095 [covers all SF residents]
  9. Entrepreneurial Impact: The Role of MIT Edward L nabem and Charlel leaky Mn Sloan SchuoI ol Mmgemm February 2009 25,800 firms 3.3 million jobs created ~$2T in Worldwide revenues "Shrinking" Stanford to MIT size 28,500 firms 3.8 million jobs ~$2T in worldwide revenues
  10. Table 2 — I Revenue in millions of 3 31270000 $531,000 $864.000 S2.667.000 Stanford firms 48% 20% 32% 100% 1.141000 2003.000 2242.000 5387.000 , all Stanford firms 21% 37% 42°/ o 100% 1 % °‘“”‘°"“°"‘ "’ In
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  13. I Changes in Industries Over Time 19705 I aerospace I architecture I arts I chemicals I communications I consulting I consumer I electronics I energy I finance I internet I law I manufacturing I publishing
  14. ital Sources of Capital Over Time 1 Incubator isuperangel/ micro VC jnngej — VC — Relative/ friend — Fmmdatlon bexeaes aeaeemaes e@@e@§@@@@@$@§¢
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  16. Figure 14 HE E To 1! D. nuns ‘I’0und. er0 Program Participation By Stanford Alumni 60.0% 50.0% 40.0% ‘M5 ? o““¢et5 v4 | ‘‘‘ tx“°° Q10 o‘“¢e"$ Entrepreneurship Courses Competitions and Programs (STVP, CES. E-Challenge. DschooL BioDesign. TLO) I Alumni Network for funding, cofounders. customers. parIne1sh1'ps or advisers/ mentors
  17. Figure 14 Program Participation By Stanford Alumni g: 60.0% A 1;» 50.0% - 340.0% A E 30.0% A E 20.0% ‘” 0% Pe rcentag 0-5 O 0.0% * (S 5 '1 CC""' ‘ “¢e< ‘N I ) Q) C. (:15 c’~ " 0"“ Entrepreneurship Courses Competitions and Programs (STVP. CES. E—ChalIenge. Dschool. BioDesign, TLO) I Alumni Network for funding. cofounders, customers. partnerships or advisors/ mentors
  18. Starting Sooner Figure 18 Firms Founded by Years After Graduation for Each Decade's Cohort of Undergraduate Alumni 1600 1400 — g 1200 —1-950, 5'5 ‘m —196os _§ 600 , —197os 5 490 —1-mos 200 21990: 0 120003 0009 10to19 2011129 3011139 4011048 50tn$9 Years After Fzruilg lluderfatlluu Degree Figure 11 § agggg . ,__l_, ‘ 1930 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 Graduation Decade Number of Entrepreneurs Number of Serial Entrepreneurs by Decade -0-lfinn -I-2]-iruu -i-3!-Iruls -N-ifilms -ll-5Hl'lllS 61-iluls
  19. Figure 17 Firms Founded by Non-U. S. Citizens by Decade U1 O O O O r-ANUO-t> COO O00 . l O -. .x 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 Decade Founded Total Firms Founded Asia Europe Latin America Other Since 1984, nearly 44 percent of Stanford's graduate students have come from outside the United States. Response to Stanford’s Iimovation Survey indicate that 15 percent (2,600) of graduate students from outside the U. S. have stayed in the Bay Area and contribute to the region’s robust infrastructure and entrepreneurial spirit.
  20. aw‘? ”‘“M fl Impact: Stanford UniVersity’s Economic Impact Via Innovation and ‘lnteruiewa Entrepreneurship

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