Nov 29th, 9:00am - 5:00pm
A startup ecosystem is an immense source of data: just think for a while all type of possible interactions amongst the different players. Every entrepreneur, team member, mentor, investor, service provider, community, startup event, pitching competition, incubator, accelerator, platform, even our favourite place to grab a coffee with our team generates impactful data: numbers, words, tags, audio, videos, photos, geocodes, etc. Everything in real time. Most advanced startup ecosystems in the world with their governments at the forefront have begun to become aware of such vast of data as a high value asset for overall goals of efficient government, public safety, but also to change how government operates for the benefit of all and in the context of startup ecosystems, how it can be used to generate more effective policies to serve startups in the most effective ways possible to facilitate innovative companies development, bring more economic development and make cities and countries more prosperous
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
The workshop is designed for those responsibile for national, regional or city economic development - focused on economic growth via entrepreneurship, innovation, job creation and attracting investments. In addition, the workshop provides practical knowledge and tools for all key stakeholders who actively take part in developing their local startup ecosystem, either from policy design, funding instrument or support services design, ecosystem management and coordination roles, as well as budgeting and capacity building.
WHAT WILL YOU GAIN?
Learn what is required to initiate data and KPI’s -driven approach for startup ecosystem development by key data collection and metrics implementation and to increase efficiency at different levels (user, operative and decision making level).
- Understanding the startup ecosystem as a concept
- Use of common language and terminology in relation to startups, innovation and ecosystem
- Building common understanding on how different services contribute for the startup development, by understanding the key targets on key services
- Focus on core structural competence and global/universal core problems; users, users data connectivity & portability and standardizing KPI's for comparability and data driven decision making.
- Balanced Development Framework and metrics. What should be measured and why?
- How does key domains/workgroup impact on ecosystem performance?
- Digital Infrastructure: regulation, model and architecture
- Piloting Approach for cities