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  1. Fortune 500 View of Business Incubation Tony Stanco Executive Director National Council of Entrepreneurial Tech Transfer (NCET2) tony@ncet2.org January 27, 2015

  2. Background • National Council of Entrepreneurial Tech Transfer (NCET2) started at GWU in 2005 • Spun out in 2009 • Organization Representing ~ 200 Research Universities Creating ~ 600 startups per year • Entrepreneurial Tech Transfer • Tech Transfer via startups and venturing • Not Licensing Tech Transfer

  3. Background • Partnered with NIH and NSF to organize University Startups Conference • NIH and NSF Fund $35 Billion in Research at Universities annually • Wanted to See More Startups Created based on Federally Funded Research • Google and Genentech

  4. Background • Signature Event: University Startups Conference in Washington DC • 10th year • 400 attendees • Half University Enterprise Creation Officers • Half Funders of Startups • SBIR • ANGELS • VCs • FORTUNE 500/GLOBAL 1000 CORPORATES

  5. Fortune 500/Global 1000 • Over Years Ended Up with 135 Global 1000 Corporates Interested in Research-Intensive Startups • Companies Where VCs and Angels Have Limited Appetite • Harder Companies • Longer Horizons • More Funding

  6. PARTICIPATING GLOBAL 1000 • 3M • ABB Technology Ventures • Abbott/Abbvie Biotech Ventures • Adidas • Air France-KLM • Air Products & Chemicals • AMD • American Airlines • American Express • Amgen Ventures • Applied Ventures • Ashland • Astra Zeneca • AT&T • BASF • Bausch and Lomb • Baxter • Bayer • BBC • BBVA • BD Technologies • Best Buy Capital • BG Group • Boehringer-Ingelheim • Boeing • Bosch • British Petroleum • Chevron Technology Ventures • Cisco Systems • Citi • Colgate-Palmolive • ConocoPhillips Technology Ventures • Dell • Dow Chemical • DSM • DuPont • Edenred • EMC • EMD Serono • Ericsson • Evonik • ExxonMobil • Faurecia • FIS Global • GE Ventures • General Motors • GennextVentues, Reliance Industries • Georgia-Pacific Chemicals • Hersheys • Honda • Hyundai Venture Capital • IBM • IHI • Independence Blue Cross • Intel Capital

  7. PARTICIPATING GLOBAL 1000 • JNC Corporation • Johnson & Johnson • Johnson Controls, Inc. • JSRMicro • Kimberly-Clark • Lockheed Martin • MeadWestvaco • MedImmune • Merck • Microsoft • Monsanto • Motorola Solutions Venture Capital • National Association of Realtors • Nike • Northrop Grumman Corp • Novartis • Novo Nordisk • Panasonic • PepsiCo • Pfizer • Philips • Procter & Gamble • Purina-Nestle • Qualcomm • QVC • Reckitt Benckiser Group • Roche Molecular Systems • Rogers Venture Partners • SABIC • SAIC • Saint-Gobain • Samsung • Sanofi • Saudi Aramco Ventures • Schlumberger • Sharp • Shell • Siemens • Silicon Valley Bank • SKTA Innopartners • Solvay • Sony • SROne (GSK) • STNewVentures • Syngenta • Takeda Ventures • TEL • Telefonica Ventures • The Sherwin-Williams Company • Total • Tyco • United Services Automobile Association • Verizon Communications • Visteon Corporation • Volvo Group Venture Capital • Waste Management, Inc

  8. CORPORATE VENTURING 3.0 • The fastest growing venturing activity • $10 billion invested in the first quarter of 2014 (1/3 of of total investments) • About $100 billion in venturing assets and more than $3.5 trillion in corporate revenues • Established itself as a significant source of both money and value 8

  9. Company Stages • The Global 1000 do transactions with companies in all stages, from startup all the way to exit

  10. Global 1000 Deal Models • Early/late stage investing • Partnering • Joint venturing • Co-developing products • Incubation • Product sourcing • White labeling • Revenue sharing • Distributor agreements • Licensing with the startup • Mergers & acquisition • Gaining favored access to their customers

  11. Corporate Areas Of Interest • Chemical • Materials • Electronics • Energy • Engineering • Environmental • Healthcare • Biotechnology • Security • Industrial • Information Technology • Manufacturing • Communications • Nanotechnology • Services • Clean Technology • Consumer Products and Services • Internet • Medical Devices and Equipment • Networking and Equipment • Semiconductors • Telecommunications  • Financial Services • Industrial • Infrastructure • Life Sciences • Materials • Media/ Entertainment • Retailing/Distribution • Software

  12. GLOBAL 1000 PROGRAM • 2013 NCET2 Created Global 1000 Program • MEET | PARTNER | DEAL Conference and Platform Focused on Fortune 500/Global 1000 • Open Innovation • Corporate Venture Capital

  13. GLOBAL 1000 CONFERENCES • Company Showcases for Significant Transaction and Investment With Global 1000

  14. Company Showcases • We look for portfolio companies in portfolios of trusted portfolio-holders • Companies in all stages from 6 main portfolio-holders: • VCs • Angels • Accelerators/Incubators • Universities • SBIR Agencies • State Programs

  15. Incubator Showcases • Arrangement with NBIA to Submit Incubator- Affiliated Companies to Showcase • February 4 Deadline • We Have an email to Send to Companies

  16. NBIA Email For Submissions January 13

  17. http://ncet2.org/nbiasubmissionsDifferent Due Date for NBIA

  18. Use your NBIA-member incubator as the Primary Reference

  19. Company Profile Company name and industry area Profile of company contact The Followers Tab show how many Fortune/Global 1000 are interested in the company Tabs on Company Summary, Team Portfolio Holders are added to the Reference Tab

  20. FOLLOWED COMPANY VIEW The progress of the G1000 is linked to the Company’s profile * G1000 followers are anonymous up to Stage 3

  21. G1000 FOLLOWED COMPANIES DASHBOARD Under each company is a process; a series of steps that a G1000 company goes through to know the company better as it goes through the discovery process

  22. GLOBAL 1000 CONFERENCES • Companies that get most votes • Receive meeting invitations • Most meetings receive showcase slots on stage

  23. GLOBAL 1000 CONFERENCE • March 10-12, 2015 in Washington DC

  24. REGIONAL GLOBAL 1000 CONFERENCES • Working with incubators to organize regional Global 1000 conferences • Aim is to highlight assets, possible deals, and startups in the region • Bring Global 1000 corporations to meet portfolio holders and their companies

  25. REGIONAL GLOBAL 1000 CONFERENCES • Partnering with James Spencer at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute • BOSS Conference in November 2015 • Add global 1000 component to his conference • We bring global 1000 corporates • National and international attendees and companies to showcase

  26. REGIONAL GLOBAL 1000 CONFERENCES • If Interested in Being a Venue for a Regional Global 1000 Conference, please contact me: tony@ncet2.org

  27. Fortune 500View of Business Incubation Tony Stanco Executive Director National Council of Entrepreneurial Tech Transfer (NCET2) tony@ncet2.org January 27, 2015