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  1. 1. Technology Entrepreneurship @ Chuck Eesley Stanford Manu Sharma - Japan2013.09.22
  2. 2. Start-up in Focus 2013.09.22 Manu Sharma - Japan Biocon Biopharma Enterprise focussed on INNOVATION to deliver ‘AFFORDABLE HEALTHCARE’
  3. 3. Start-up in Focus 2013.09.22 Manu Sharma - Japan Biocon Idea behind this Start-up as stated by Founder ‘FOOLISH COURAGE’ to pioneer in a novel field of ‘BIOTECHNOLOGY’
  4. 4. Biocon – What is it? 2013.09.22 Manu Sharma - Japan Syngene and Clinigene are the subsidiaries of Biocon
  5. 5. Biocon – The Story so far? 2013.09.22 Manu Sharma - Japan
  6. 6. Biocon – Success? 2013.09.22 Manu Sharma - Japan
  7. 7. Biocon – Factors contributing to its success 2013.09.22 Manu Sharma - Japan 1 Seizing ‘OPPORTUNITY’ ,right one at the right time!!!
  8. 8. Biocon – Factors contributing to its success 2013.09.22 Manu Sharma - Japan 1 ‘OPPORTUNITY’ was TIMELY was SOLVABLE was IMPORTANT was PROFITABLE was in CONTEXT
  9. 9. Biocon – Factors contributing to its success 2013.09.22 Manu Sharma - Japan 2 Having ‘CAPABILITY’ Knowledge, Skill and Education!!!
  10. 10. Biocon – Factors contributing to its success 2013.09.22 Manu Sharma - Japan 2 Founder had ‘CAPABILTY’ by EDUCATION by SKILL by EXPERIENCE by ATTITUDE by VISION
  11. 11. Biocon – Factors contributing to its success 2013.09.22 Manu Sharma - Japan 3 Having ‘VISION’ backed by robust Business Model!!!
  12. 12. Biocon – Factors contributing to its success 2013.09.22 Manu Sharma - Japan 3 Aligned ‘VISION’ with CAPABILITIES with SUSTAINANCE with MARKET NEED with BUSi.PLAN
  13. 13. Biocon – Factors contributing to its success 2013.09.22 Manu Sharma - Japan 4 Applying ‘INNOVATION’ Consistently with proper Methodologyl!!!
  14. 14. Biocon – Factors contributing to its success 2013.09.22 Manu Sharma - Japan 4 Applying ‘INNOVATION’
  15. 15. Biocon – Factors contributing to its success 2013.09.22 Manu Sharma - Japan 5 Purpose to be ‘HUMANITARIAN’ Striving for betterment of People and Environment!!!
  16. 16. Biocon – Factors contributing to its success 2013.09.22 Manu Sharma - Japan 5 Purpose ‘HUMANITARIAN’ being LOCAL yet GLOBAL Biocon is committed to reduce therapy costs of chronic diseases like DIABETES, CANCER and AUTOIMMUNE diseases by leveraging India's cost advantage to deliver affordable healthcare solutions to patients, partners and healthcare systems across the GLOBE.
  17. 17. References 2013.09.22 Manu Sharma - Japan 1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kiran_Mazumdar-Shaw 2. www.biocon.com 3. Investors’ Presentation “Biocon_IRPrstn_July2013” 4. Technology Ventures – from Idea to Enterprise by Thomas H. Byers Stanford University, Richard C. Dorf University of California, Davis Andrew J. Nelson, University of Oregon

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