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20090116 Friday Food@ibbt


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20090116 Friday Food@ibbt

  1. 1. Six ways to entre(intra)preneurship<br />
  2. 2. IBBTs valorisation toolbox for business<br />iPR<br />knowledge<br />people<br />iCUBES<br />iSTEP<br />iNCU-BATION<br />iBOOT<br />iVENTURE<br />business<br />2<br />
  3. 3. 3<br />IBBT & Entrepreneurship<br />iPR<br />Patent portfolio management (incl. patent use)<br />Developing and managing IP infrastructure (incl. project IPR)<br />Knowledge transfer en technology licenses<br />IP culture & awareness (incl. workshops)<br />iStep<br />Teaching & learning<br />iBootcamp<br />Create entrepreneurial teams around your idea<br />Validate if there is a business opportunity<br />Format is already a success in Alcatel-Lucent and validated in 2008 by IBBT<br />Incubation projects<br />Coaching and implementing real ventures<br />iCubes<br />Provide space, logistic support & operational services<br />iVenture<br />Preseed capital fund, operational since June 2008<br />
  4. 4. 4<br />iSTEP<br />Why? <br />Broadenyour views onactivities in R&D<br />Does this kind of ‘other’ activities fit with what you want to do professionally ?<br />Alternative carreer path?<br />Anyhow, other professionals working in collaboration with R&D look at it in another way<br />What ?<br />Training modules and excercises, related to ICT <br />Combine iSTEPwithiPR-workshop<br />How? <br />Enroll via web application , closing date Monday 9th Feb<br />Your CV, projects you work on, your promotor<br />Rating by promotor<br />Selection by commission<br />
  5. 5. iStep – Internal training entre(intra)preneurship<br />5<br />Subscribe via our website as from 21 January 09<br />
  6. 6. IPR workshop 27January 2009<br />IP protection and patenting<br />Axel Plas & Marc Van Bladel, BiiP<br />Open source<br />Bruno Lowagie, iText<br />IBBT-model for IPR <br />M. Claire Van de Velde & Eefje Vandamme, IBBT<br />IPR in large-scale collective projects<br />Hans Bracquené, KantoorBracquené<br />Patents for software<br />Eugenio Archontopoulos, EPO<br />Register today on http//<br />6<br />
  7. 7. 7<br />The Essence of iBoot<br />Set of focused workshops<br />Goal: Create a team that can deliver a presentation that can survive a professional investment board<br />Based on your own idea<br />No case studies here (iVenture); we go for the real thing<br />Executed with a multidisciplinary team<br />… that you need to recruit<br />Workshops are a combination of:<br />Teaching<br />Coaching<br />Doing<br />
  8. 8. 8<br />IBBT iBoot Camp Values<br />A means to connect committed and talented people with multi-disciplinary complementary skills (via e.g. dating event) across the boundaries of the organization<br />A tool to screen and guide project team members & to help them form the best entrepreneurial teams (winning teams!)<br />A tool to quickly identify hidden skills and expertise among iBootcamp participants in domains such as communication, presentation, entrepreneurship, innovation, leadership, business acumen, ...<br />
  9. 9. 9<br />IBBT iBoot : what’s in it for you<br />Professional and personal investment<br />An intensive personal development/learning program, limited in time, with a strong exposure to business executives, industry and financial experts.<br />Highly visible opportunity with exponential learning curve – fun and joy are also key drivers<br />A stretch program for entrepreneurial researchers<br />A structured way to generate and present venture proposals with a more mature business opportunity plan to a professional venture board.<br />
  10. 10. 10<br />Who is eligible to join iBootcamp<br />Every collaborator from IBBT projects with a great idea and with an entrepreneurial mindset<br />Idea owners are helped to form winning teams with multidisciplinary skills<br />iBoot Camp Teams are coached <br />Industrial coaches<br />Board Members and Business School Professors<br />
  11. 11. iBootCamp projects of last year<br />Kievif, eHealth<br />Santé, stylized animation<br /> instant music buying <br />Virtual Classroom<br />VPAN, virtual personal access network<br />11<br />
  12. 12. 12<br />What is this New Innovation Process<br />External<br />Venture<br />Ideas<br />Dating<br />Event<br />Entrepreneurial<br />iBoot Camp<br />Gate 1<br />Gate 3<br />Gate 2<br />Internal<br />Venture<br />People<br />To IBBT <br />Innovation Board<br />Venture<br />Launch<br />Building Business<br />Opportunity Plan<br />Connecting <br />people and ideas<br />New<br />Project<br />Jan 2009<br />March 2009<br />June2009<br />
  13. 13. 13<br />Dating Event: Connecting People and Idea <br />Talented people everywhere but ... they are not connected!<br />Research<br />Engineering<br />&<br />Development<br />Finance<br />Marketing<br />Sales<br />
  14. 14. 14<br />Residential iBootcamp Program<br />Weekend 1 (Friday + Saturday): 24-25 April<br />How to develop a successful business plan<br />Opportunity Development & Freedom to operate<br />Weekend 2 (Friday + Saturday): 8-9 May<br />Business Models in ICT<br />Entrepreneurial Marketing<br />Weekend 3 (Friday + Saturday): 29-30 May<br />Entrepreneurial Finance<br />Human Resources<br />Presenting and Selling the Business: 26 June<br />Opportunity Plan to Venture Capitalists<br />Elapsed time = 2 months<br />
  15. 15. 15<br />Approach<br />Open information - initiative from the bottom up to show interest<br />Enrollment – endorsement by promoter/team leader in company<br /> prescreening of idea’s<br />IPR-issues<br />Often a NON issue<br />In the cases it is an issue: has to be cleared before entering into the bootcamp<br />
  16. 16. 16<br />iBoot Timeline<br />8/9 May<br />29/30 May<br />24/25 April<br />26 June<br />11 March<br />Grand jury<br />Dating Event<br />WE 1<br />WE 2<br />WE 3<br />Submit your idea by February 18th.<br />Selected teams are notified by February 27th.<br />Deliver your team recruiting pitch on March 6th. <br />
  17. 17. Idea Presentation<br />See website for template<br />E-mail to<br />
  18. 18. 18<br />Describe your idea in 4 or 5 slides max<br />Everyone needs to understand the primary business drivers motivating/guiding the development your idea: NABC<br />Need<br />What is the important customer and market need?<br />Where is the pain ?<br />Antibiotic, aspirin or vitamin?<br />Approach<br />What is your unique approach for addressing this need? <br />Benefits <br />What are the benefits (per cost) from this approach? <br />Better, faster, cheaper<br />Competition<br />How are those benefits superior to the competitionand the alternatives? <br />Do a full state-of-the-art analysis <br />
  19. 19. 19<br />NABC example – Video on demand value proposition<br />Need<br />Movie rental is a 500 Mio Euro business. The part people dislike is to return tapes and late fees.<br />Approach <br />We will provide VOD via the cable system with access to all the tittles of MovieMAX. The system uses existing channels and hardware. Customers need no new investments and pay the same price for a movie as in the rental shop.<br />Benefits<br />End-user: no need to return movies; no more late fees. Same functions as with a DVD player: fast forward, trailers, ..etc.<br />Customer: Higher revenue per movie with higher margin; 20% market share expected.<br />Competition<br />Competition : we have patented the distribution and VCR like features for VOD <br />alternatives : Netflix et al. -> on-line rentals have higher handling costs (0.75 Euro per movie). Sending the tape back is as inconvenient as returning it.<br />
  20. 20. 20<br />State-of-the-art<br />Science<br />Scientific Publications: Google Scholar<br />EU programs: CORDIS database<br />IPR<br />Patent databases: Espacenet, Google<br />Open source projects<br />Federal Service for intelectual property<br />Standard bodies<br />ETSI, IETF, W3C, …<br />Professional & Industrial organizations<br />Market reports<br />Gartner<br />
  21. 21. 21<br />Market Forecasts<br />