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  • Albuquerque, New MexicoAustin, TexasBaden-Wrttemberg, GermanyBangalore, IndiaBavaria, GermanyBostonCambridge, EnglandCampinas, BrazilChicagoDublin, IrelandEl Ghazala, Tunisia Gauteng, South AfricaGlasgow-Edingburgh, ScotlandHelsinkiHong KongHsinchu, TaiwanInchon, South KoreaIsrael

    Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaKyoto, JapanLondonLos AngelesMalm, Sweden-Copenhagen, DenmarkMelbourne, AustraliaMontrealNew York CityOulu, FinlandParisQueensland, AustraliaRaleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill, North CarolinaSalt Lake City, UtahSan FranciscoSanta Fe, New MexicoSo Paulo, BrazilSaxony, GermanySeattle

  • BRAINPOWER WEIGHS IN AND MARKETING Fortune, 22-03-2000Martin HinoulApril 2000

    PRODUCT

    PRICE

    WEIGHT in pounds

    PRICE per pound

    Pentium III 800MHz microprocessor

    $851.00

    0.01984

    $42,893.00

    Viagra (tablet)

    $8.00

    0.00068

    $11,766.00

    Gold (ounce)

    $301.70

    0.0625

    $4,827.00

    Herms scarf

    $275.00

    0.14

    $1,964.29

    Palm V

    $449.00

    0.26

    $1,726.92

    Cigarettes (20)

    $4.00

    0.04

    $100.00

    Mercedes-Benz E-class four-door sedan

    $78,445.00

    4,134.00

    $19.98

    Chevrolet Cavalier four-door sedan

    $17,770.00

    2,630.00

    $6.76

    Hot-rolled steel (ton)

    $370.00

    2,000.00

    $0.19

    Potatoes

    -------

    -------

    $0.13

  • New Economy vs Old Technology Value Added Scientific Expertise Critical Technology Changes New forms of Management Speed Role Models Brain Power (human capital) Value Creating Alliance Networks ...Martin HinoulApril 5, 2000

  • Characteristics for high technology regionsThe Cambridge PhenomenonSources of InnovationAvailability of FundingExcellence of ManagementGlobal Marketing/Selling SkillsHealthy Fiscal & Cultural EnvironmentIndigenous growth vs Inward Investment- a balancesource: Jim Martin, 3iGroup MH/LRD/1APRIL99

  • THE EUROPEAN 20-26 JULY 1998:

    Studie 1994 180 science parks 1998 300 science parks

  • Characteristics for high technology regionsSilicon Valley

    Entrepreneurs with marketable ideas and productsQuality management teamsUniversities and centres of academic excellenceBusiness angels and established seed fundsSupportive infrastructureAccess to capital marketsAffordable space for growing businessesAttractive living environment and accommodation Core of successful large companies

    source: Gibbons - Stanford University 1998 MH/LRD/1APRIL99

  • Bij het begin van het nieuwe millenium is Silicon Valley de nexus van kapitaal, spitstechnologie en brainpower, de intellectuele incubator van de digital race.M. Hinoul - Silicon Valley

  • Martin Hinoul

    K.U.Leuven Research & Development Silicon Valley? (5th decade) Biotech Valley? (3rd decade) Silicon Bio? (1st decade)

  • Regional economic development is a complex, multidimensional challenge.MH/LRD/24nov 99

  • Four (4) forces shaping an economic community1. New Globalism3. Changing Demographics2. Information Technology4. Political DevolutionEconomyCommunityMH/LRD/24nov 99

  • Clusters of SpecialisationEconomyCommunityClustersCompetenciesSweepersMH/LRD/24nov 99

  • Creating a dynamic high-tech region is not a matter of combining ingredients. It is one of building institutions and relationships - both locally and nationally - that support the development of innovative enterprises (Leuven.Inc) It is these relationships between the individuals, firms, institutions in the region that matter - NOT their simple presence. The important part is not just the ingredients, the important part is the recipe for how the ingredients fit together.MH/LRD/24nov 99

  • Key community processes for the new economyTechnology InnovationWorkforce EducationBusiness Creation (early stage financing, entrepreneur support, culture)Global Trade (specialised facilities, international networks)Physical Infrastructure and Planning (transportation, infrastructure, advanced communication, housing)Regulation and TaxationQuality of Life (recreation, culture, homes)MH/LRD/24nov 99

  • Life at 1 billion transistors per chipMoores law is not a law of physics but it results from the close interplay between technology and business.

  • Life at 100 giga (billion) bits per second1844 5 bits per second Morse1876 2000 bits per second Graham Bell19561.152.000 bits per second Transatlantic cable (Newfoundland Scotland)198345.000.000 bits per second Charly KAO Optical fibres199640.000.000.000 bits per second (40 giga) 2.5-gigabit fibers MCI1997 100.000.000.000 bits per second (100 giga) CienaGilders Law: Bandwith triples every year

  • Apply new tools to maintain and improve the creativity and innovation of scientists throughout the R&D organizationMartin HinoulApril 5, 2000

  • Efficient ManagingThe University-Industry technology Interface has never been more important than nowMartin HinoulApril 5, 2000

  • Entrepreneurship, belief in new ideas and their valorization, belongs to the most important strategic advantages of the U.S.

    Martin HinoulMartin Hinoul 22-03-2000

  • Start small. Small successes are the platforms for big successes.Source: Leading the revolution: Gary Hamel

  • THE GREATEST RISK IS NOT TAKING ONE

  • CULTUREAll things are possible attitudeRepeaters (Reinvention)Risk Taking Scott McNealy - SunBased on MeritocracyTime for the next big thingJumping on the Next Curve (Oracle) Cross-pollinationStock optionsCo-competitionState of mindCross-investmentsNetworkingInflection Point (Andy Grove)Failure Badge of Merit

  • Products & Services of the CenturyTelefoonCDTVEncyclopedia BrittanicaLegoBoeing 707MicrowaveGSMProzacDe pilDNA structuurAntibioticaInsulineAutoAspirineIntel microprocessorFilmFaxWWWGPSNylon3M notesPCVCR

  • The New Economy is a process of creation and destructionDestruction 1768 Edinburg

    1920Overname Sears Roebuck

    1990 650 million $

    2000 CD ROM 50 $

  • Destruction and creation Film

    TV

    VCR

    Film

  • Creation of SmartMove, Septentrio, smart cars

  • Creation of a Silicon-Biotech Industry (Celera, HGS, )

  • Martin HinoulNovember 2000

    Inflection versus jumping the next curve

  • Shareholder Return Versus Innovative Behavior ** 500 companies

  • Nokia Shareholder Returns vs Industry Average 1992-1998NOKIA HAS BECOME A SOURCE OF THOROUGHLY INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS.Martin HinoulApril 2000

  • Trends, 6 april 2000Martin HinoulApril 2000

    In miljard dollar

    BEURSKAPITALISATIE

    OMZET

    NETTOWINST

    1 Microsoft

    557,9

    19,7

    7,8

    2 General Electric

    537,1

    111,6

    10,7

    3 Cisco

    527,7

    12,2

    2,1

    4 Intel

    440,7

    29,4

    7,3

    5 MTT Docomo

    400,3

    26,2

    1,7

    6 Vodafone Airtouch

    336,2

    5,4

    1,0

    7 Exxon Mobil

    280,1

    160,9

    7,9

    8 Deutsche Telecom

    270,6

    44,9

    2,6

    9 Nokia

    266,1

    19,8

    2,6

    10 Wall-Mart Stores

    261,7

    137,6

    4,4

  • Martin HinoulApril 2000Trends, 6 april 2000

    BEURSKAPITALISATIE (in miljard Euro)

    OMZET(in miljoen Euro)

    NETTOWINST(in miljoen Euro)

    UCB

    5,47

    1840

    220

    Bekaert

    1,09

    1800

    80

    Lernout & Hauspie

    5,96

    347

    (42)

    Ubizen

    1,62

    9

    (4)

  • Evaluation Criteria People IP and other assets Business Model value added milestones what kind of revenues, when adaptable business plan $-aspect - financial engineering

    Martin HinoulApril 5, 2000

  • ICT AgroBIOTECH Med. Devices PharmaNEW MATERIALSBIO INFORMATICSUtimacoEyetronicsUbizenICOSData4SOMPSynesOption InternationalLANT (X-planation)

    METALogicFalexLMSMaterialiseMetrisTigenixKimeThrombo-Gene

    Data4SAlgonomicsMolecular Logic

  • Sucess stories ! ?Oulu Technopolis - FinlandTampere - FinlandSophia Antipolis - FranceMjardevei Park - DenmarkAlba Centre - ScotlandSilicon Fen - CambridgeFlanders - Belgium?

  • FillFactorySeptentrio Satellite Navigation AnSemSmartMoveSmartPen-LCICoWareTarget Compiler TechnologiesEasicsFrontier DesignSoltechSirius CommunicationsMatrix EuropeJSR Electronics

    Data4SLMS International Frontier Design ICOS Vision SystemsMemry EuropeData Analysis ProductsKRYPTON Electronic EngineeringMaterialiseSymoreThromb-XMETALogicI.M.O.-LeuvenHypervisionInterpointEasicsELiAS Utimaco Safeware BelgiumTriconsultCTelinfoOption InternationalLANTCargillAmylumRaychemHeraeus-SensorniteMazakTerumoHoneywellMETRISOptiDriveAnSemEyetronicsMetis MECISWSynesMCRFalex TribologyAlgoNomics

    KIMEMEACISMCTigenixUbizen

  • The biggest limitation we face is how fast we can innovate. Were constrained by how fast our brains can work.Jerry Yang