Se ha denunciado esta presentación.
Se está descargando tu SlideShare. ×

Global Entrepreneurship Summit | Kenya, Nirobi

Anuncio
Anuncio
Anuncio
Anuncio
Anuncio
Anuncio
Anuncio
Anuncio
Anuncio
Anuncio
Anuncio
Anuncio

Eche un vistazo a continuación

1 de 30 Anuncio
Anuncio

Más Contenido Relacionado

Presentaciones para usted (20)

A los espectadores también les gustó (20)

Anuncio

Similares a Global Entrepreneurship Summit | Kenya, Nirobi (20)

Más reciente (20)

Anuncio

Global Entrepreneurship Summit | Kenya, Nirobi

  1. 1. 120 countries 1000 participants first GES in Washington DC, 2010 Turkey, UAE, Malaysia, Marocco, Kenya next GES in Colombia
  2. 2. President Obama announced new resources to advance entrepreneurship in sub-Saharan Africa: >$1 bln from banks, philanthropists, foundations and the US Government to: • youth • women • SME • early stage companies • social entreprises
  3. 3. 24 July, Youth and Women Day 25-26 July, GES 2015 Youth and Women Day
  4. 4. Youth and Women Day Delegates from 120 countries - 300 people: young companies/startups young female entrepreneurs female managers Workshops Idea Labs Spark the Fire Pitch Competition
  5. 5. Youth and Women Day
  6. 6. GES 2015
  7. 7. GES 2015, Kenya
  8. 8. GES 2015, Kenya Average Salary in Kenya $800-1400 E-gov: for citizens and non-citizens SME’s provide 78% of country’s employment more than 90% of new jobs Among 8 New Emerging Countries
  9. 9. Incentives in Kenya Finance: Banks, simplified access to loans for young entrepreneurs and women low or no % Knowledge: Mentorship programs cross-border Internationality: Openness for newcomers and businesses
  10. 10. Kenya Leadership President Kenyatta voted the best Africa’s president 2014/20
  11. 11. GES 2015 InvestmentsDeveloping markets Women Entrepreneurship
  12. 12. Developing Markets more opportunities simpler processes little competition
  13. 13. Developing Markets Major players start entering markets Blown with Investment
  14. 14. Developing Markets Nicola D’Elia, Regional Manager for Africa and Middle East at Airbnb (previously worked for Facebook) Jumbu Palaniappan, Regional Manager for Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa at Uber Chris Garcia, founder and CEO of LA based startup TapEx Workshop on Sharing Economy and Emerging Markets
  15. 15. Developing Markets Workshop on Sharing Economy and Emerging Markets Challenges on developing markets: In may launched in Cuba only 5% of population has Internet Solution: work with existing infrastructure Will the same business model work on developing markets? 150% test on the ground Solution: adapt to local infrastructure Local team is the core Balance in the global company Localisation is crucial
  16. 16. Developing Markets Focus on your unique proposition, instead of copying what could work in Silicon Valley, because it won’t.
  17. 17. Investments >$1 bln to Africa
  18. 18. Investments The Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) will support up to $200 million for Equity Bank Group lending of $450 million OPIC announced the Portfolio for Impact program, a two year, $50 million pilot program that will support smaller earlier stage companies that generate positive social impact. The Department of State’s successful Global Innovation through Science and Technology (GIST) initiative will launch Africa-focused GIST TechConnect, GIST Startup Boot Camps, and GIST STEM Women’s Village Workshops Village Capital is announcing $13.2 million to supporting entrepreneurs at the critical seed-funding stage who are solving major problems in society. The Global Entrepreneurship Network (GEN) is launching GEN Kenya and commits $100 million for programs to support entrepreneurs and the development of their local ecosystems. EBAN announced its partnership with ABAN (African Business Angels Network) to work on syndicated investment
  19. 19. Investments Workshop «What Attracts Venture Capital» SV Bank Mara Group Presidio Partners Village Capital Kuramo Capital
  20. 20. Investments Challenges in developing markets lack of early investors - angels as a result - less companies can get to the next round - VC
  21. 21. Investments Workshop «What Attracts Venture Capital» Grow the upstream - early investors The structure of investment is also crucial for future results In SV: Why the idea is going to succeed Elsewhere: Why the idea going to fail Fear of failure Passion, not pride If you join the rat race, at the end of the game, even if you win, you’re still a rat
  22. 22. Investments Workshop «Angel Investing and Crowdfunding» Don’t look for investor, look for partner It’s a 10 year old marriage and it’s always more than money If there is no follow-on investment, angels should provide it themselves What angel investors are looking for? • Do your homework • Know your numbers • Show up sharp • Show the case • Don’t say you don’t have competitors- investors won’t believe you • After you receive money - don’t ignore angels, send them updates, it’s only the beginning
  23. 23. Women Entrepreneurship
  24. 24. Women Entrepreneurship 9,5% founders-women 3% of venture funding Women own 10.6 mln business in the US Women make 85% of entrepreneurs in Africa Every 4th angel investor in the US is a woman
  25. 25. Women Entrepreneurship Incentives for development Banks providing simplified access to initial business loans + financial consultancy Women-led venture capital firms backing companies founded by women Mentorship programs for women from women Challenges Lack of government support Lack of funding Lack of self-reliance
  26. 26. Women Entrepreneurship Rise the Tide Venture Fund Dream Builder dreambuilder.com GoGlobal236 Useful sources educating women- investors educating women- entrepreneurs
  27. 27. GES 2015 Growth of Emerging markets Trending Women Entrepreneurship Promoting opportunities on developing markets
  28. 28. Regina Makhotina Executive Director UAngel r.makhotina@uangel.com.ua uangel.com.ua

×