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Title: An Engine for Future European Growth


1
An Engine for Future European Growth
  • Economic and Social Development through
    Knowledge Intensive Service Enterprises
  • KIS Partnering Forum Brussels
  • 19th February 2009
  • Professor Alan Barrell

2
A Preview
  • Context The World Today Whats Changed ?
  • Globalisation, Europe and the Service Imperitive
  • Lets Imagine
  • A World of Innovations and Entrepreneurs
  • Symbiosis, Synergy, Size, Scale and Service
    Delivery
  • Models and Realities
  • Funding Innovative Service Companies
  • A New Age of Creativity and Innovation

3
Casting an Eye on the Worlds Financial Crisis
Whats changed ?
4
Who said these words and When
  • I believe the banking institutions are more
    dangerous to our liberties than standing armies.
    If the American people ever allow private banks
    to control the issue of their currency, first by
    inflation, then by deflation, the banks and
    corporations that will grow up around the banks
    will deprive the people of all property until
    their children wake up homeless on the continent
    their fathers conquered

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Who said these words and When
  • I believe the banking institutions are more
    dangerous to our liberties than standing armies.
    If the American people ever allow private banks
    to control the issue of their currency, first by
    inflation, then by deflation, the banks and
    corporations that will grow up around the banks
    will deprive the people of all property until
    their children wake up homeless on the continent
    their fathers conquered
  • Thomas
    Jefferson 1778

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And what about these
  • The budget should be balanced, the Treasury
    should be replenished, Public debt should be
    reduced, the arrogance of officialdom should be
    tempered and controlled, and the assistance to
    foreign lands should be curtailed, lest our
    Nation become bankrupt. People must again learn
    to work, instead of living on public assistance

7
And what about these
  • The budget should be balanced, the Treasury
    should be replenished, Public debt should be
    reduced, the arrogance of officialdom should be
    tempered and controlled, and the assistance to
    foreign lands should be curtailed, lest our
    Nation become bankrupt. People must again learn
    to work, instead of living on public assistance

  • Marcus Cicero 55 BC

8
But - think Boom .not Gloom.many successful
businesses started in recessions.
  • I started the Cobra Beer Company in a deep
    Recession and it proved to be the best time for
    me.introducing something innovative and exciting
    changed the way people thought about Indian Food
    and Beer
  • Lord Karan Bilimoria
  • Founder Cobra Beer

9
But the eye on the World shows lots of
changes.its not just the finances.
10
The Changing Horizon
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Changes in Industrial Structure - UK of Total
Employment - UK Government Foresight Report
13
Changes in Industrial Structure - Europe of
Total Employment
14
Global Dynamics Manufacturing has Migrated
  • Two fifths of the Worlds people live in the two
    fastest growing large economies China and India
  • Education, Wealth Creation and New Knowledge are
    at the heart of Economic Planning in Asia
  • Growth in Asia is far ahead of Europe.
  • Dynamic Growth in Manufacturing Base
  • CASH is in place in the Asian economies as well
    as brainpower- China has US 2 Trillions of
    reserves
  • Labour and Material cost advantages

15
Lets put CHINA into our picture and
context.Some of Chinas Achievements
  • Compound growth of GDP at 9 since 1995, sixth in
    the world
  • One of top 10 trading nations
  • The most popular FDI destination
  • The largest mobile phone market
  • The second largest PC market
  • The third largest advertising market

And we have no time to mention India, Brazil,
Korea and others.
16
The Worlds Factory
  • China alone already produces
  • 70 of worlds toys
  • 60 of worlds shoes
  • 65 of worlds air-conditioners
  • 65 of worlds microwave ovens
  • Now more cars, laptops, ICs, mobile phones
  • Realities labour and materials costs give
    great competitive advantage. Trends not
    reversible.

17
Sources of Competitiveness
Information
Learning
Risk
Creativity
Reputation
Speed
Values
Cost
18
Wherever Competition comes from.things can
change fast Todays Peacock can be Tomorrows
Feather Duster !
19
And then there is Technology - Impact of the
Continuous Technology RevolutionCompared to an
average DAY in 2003.
Source Analysys, World Bank and ITU
20
And Technologies are working together -Three
Pervasive and Converging Technology Platforms
21
Europe and The Service Imperitive
  • If Services are to be the economic engine how
    can we excel?
  • Exploring Creativity, Imagination, Enterprise and
    Entrepreneurship
  • From Imagination to Realities Living Examples
  • Harnessing Technology Applications Focus
  • The Inspiration of Untapped Human Potential
  • Emerging Sectors to Explore e.g. Cleanech

22
Spirit of Enterprise and InnovationDiscovery and
New Knowledge
23
And - With this background.Lets IMAGINE
24
Einstein on IMAGINATION.
  • Imagination is more important than knowledge.
    Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the
    world
  • Albert Einstein 1879 - 1955

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Who ever heard of Albert-Szent-Gyorgyi ?
  • He, a Nobel Laureate said
  • Creativity is no more than looking at the same
    thing as everyone else and thinking something
    different.

27
So - thinking of Imagination.Whats different
about Entrepreneurs ?
  • You look at things and ask - why?

but I dream of things that never were and ask -
why not?
George Bernard Shaw
28
Europes Entrepreneurial Imperitive Josef
Schumpeter - 1911
Entrepreneurs blow gales of creative
destruction.
  • Role of the entrepreneur in transforming
    economies by developing
  • New products
  • New methods of production
  • New ways of organizing
  • Untapped raw materials
  • Enhanced competitive performance

Just what Europe Needs to build that future
Growth Engine but add New Ways to Deliver
Services
29
Timing can be everything.Is the time right?....
  • There is nothing more powerful than an Idea
    whose time has come
  • Jules Verne

30
This strange looking team started in a
recession.but got their timing right
31
And in 30 years, became a powerful engine of
Growth, Change and Service Innovation
32
Charles Darwin Natural Selection Adaptability
and Survival Darwins Bicentenary this year
33
Natural Selection, Adaptation, Symbiosis Synergy
and Service Delivery
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NHS Innovations East Ltd Supporting vital Health
Innovations
  • NHS Innovations East Ltd is one of a national
    network of Innovation Hubs
  • Funded by the Department of Health, the
    Department of Trade and Regional Agencies
  • Provides Intellectual Property Services to NHS
    Organisations and Professionals in the East of
    England
  • For the benefit of patients and the improvement
    of Healthcare
  • Contributes to NHS revenue generation by
    Licensing Technology and Services
  • Has Proof of Concept Fund for investment in
    Innovations
  • Can help to spin-out and form new Companies from
    NHS


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  • Also known as NHS Innovations East Ltd
  • One of 11 Health Enterprise Hubs in UK (9 in
    England)
  • A Not for Profit Service Company
  • 15 Professionals helping Health Care
  • Professionals Exploit Innovations
  • 70 of Innovations are Service Delivery
  • 30 Technology based
  • Founded 4 years ago more than 600 Service
    Delivery Innovations identified and 250 supported
    in development
  • Annual Innovations Competition attracts more than
    100 entries many Service Delivery Innovations

38
Completing the Jigsaw putting technology to work
Customer need
Technology
Innovative service company
39
Completing the Jigsaw Service Delivery
Innovation
Innovative service company
Customer need
Technology
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Proximity of Learning, Research and Practical
ApplicationThe Innovation Campus
RD
Education
Applications
Where open innovation and new service companies
can thrive
42
Technology and Service Companies and Synergy
Open Innovation and the Innovation Campus
INFORMATION and COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY
HEALTH
Telecoms
Medicalservices
Bio-informatics
Medical devices and scientific instruments
Networking
Computing
Bio-pharmaceuticals
University/ Research Institutes
Wireless
Inkjet printing
Sound vision
Technology Consulting
Medicalresearch
Publishing
Basic Research
KNOWLEDGE CREATION
Education
43
Entrepreneurial Overlap Joined Up Thinking and
Actions Coherence and Common Purpose in
Communities
44
Funding Innovative Service Companies Show me
the Money !
Our Money
B A N K F I N A N C E ??
Family and Friends and Fools
Business Angels
Seed Funds
Risk
Early Stage VC
Expansion Capital
Pre-IPO
Maturity
45
How do we get to the money ? Where is the
trail ? Connecting and Information Points and
Principles
  • Networks and Networking importance
  • Business Schools and Entrepreneurship Centres
    Region wide and cross border
  • Other Entrepreneurs / Support and Mentoring
    Structures
  • Online Channels numerous eg. www.funded.com
  • Network Nodes Individual referrals
  • Cross Border contacts
  • Attitudes and Culture
  • France and its Wealth Tax.Thank you M. Sarkosy
    !

46
Show me the MONEY! So maybe we can we find
investors hanging out here?....
47
The Early Stage Business Balance what do
investors look for? In ANY innovative company ?
Inspired Leadership
Management
Enthusiasm
Creativity
Research Analysis
Process
Bullshit
Market Knowledge
Courage
Caution
Optimism
Vision
Financial Control
And they like to see experienced Chairman and
Directors - Mentors for Innovative Service
Companies
48
A New Age of Creativity and Innovation New
Engines for Growth.
  • Knowledge Intensive Service Businesses
    Catalysing the New European Economy
  • Seeking New Pathways to exploit potential for
    Knowledge and Wisdom Sharing through Open
    Innovation
  • Harnessing Technology to Sustain and Renew
  • Seeking Competitive Advantage through Imaginative
    New Business Formation

49
In Pursuit of Excellence !
  • Excellence can be achieved, if weCare more
    than others think is wise,Risk more than others
    think is safe,Dream more than others think is
    practical,Expect more than others think is
    possible.
  • Deborah Johnson-Ross
  • Maybe Entrepreneurs think this way?....Innovative
    Service Companies need to if they are to Excel.

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Thank you for your attention.
  • More on my website
  • www.alanbarrell.com
  • E-mail alan_at_alanbarrell.com
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