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Designing "Women Entrepreneurship" Programs Community of Practice Session - USAID Takamol Gender Program

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Designing "Women Entrepreneurship" Programs Community of Practice Session - USAID Takamol Gender Program

  1. 1. Community  of  Prac/ce   Session  on     Women   Entrepreneurship  
  2. 2. AGENDA9:30  –  10:00     Registra8on,  Networking  and  ZINC  Tour   10:00  –  10:30     Welcome  Note,  What  is  this  “Entrepreneurship”   thing?  ,  Rami  AlKarmi   10:30  –  11:00     Key  facts  on  Women  Entrepreneurship,  Rami  AlKarmi   11:00  –  11:20     LENS  Session  on  Women’s  Economic  Par/cipa/on   (findings  from  LENS  MSE  Survey),  Edmund  Morris   11:20  –  11:  45     Break   11:45  –  12:15     Brief  on  Faces  of  Takamol  and  the  Celebra/on  of   Women  Entrepreneurs,  Nermeen  Murad  /  Nermeen   Obeidat   12:15  –  13:00     Building  a  Startup  Entrepreneurship  Ecosystem  based   on  Equal  Opportunity  (removing  the  barriers  facing   women  entrepreneurs),  Rami  AlKarmi   13:00  –  13:30     Dialogue:  Recommenda8ons  by  implemen8ng   partners  
  3. 3. 3 Feel Free to reach out@alkarmi   Mentor  &  LP   Execu/ve  Chairman   Advisor     Entrepreneurship     &  Investment  
  4. 4. 4 GEMINI   Inside  
  5. 5. Entrepreneur  ?  
  6. 6. 21   Business Schools teach OUTDATED Startup tools
  7. 7. 22   “Valley of Death” Research Grants Development Grants 
 (eg SBIR) Friends, Family, & Founders
 ($5-$50k) Angel
 Investors
 ($50-$500k) Funding Early Stage
 Venture Capital
 ($500k-$2M+) Venture Capital
 ($2M-$50M) Private Equity,
 Project Financing
 ($2M-$50M) IPO, Merger, 
 or Acquisition
 ($2M-$50M) Stage of 
 Venture 
 Development Idea Basic Research Applied 
 Research Proof of
 Concept Target 
 Market Business
 Plan Engineering
 Prototypes Supplier
 Contracts Product
 Introduction Revenue
 Growth Production
 Prototypes Distribution
 Contracts Working Prototypes Founding 
 Team Net
 Cash Flow ➡   >  95%  of  startups  fail   ➡   VCs  fund  1%  of  submi]ed    biz  plans  
  8. 8. I  have  some    
  9. 9. U’re  Product   A  Product   IS  NOT  
  10. 10. is  ?   U’re     Product  
  11. 11. Business     Model  
  12. 12. Remove  the  fluff  
  13. 13. 28  
  14. 14. Out  of  the  building  !   GET  
  15. 15. HOW  long  is  your     Runway  ?  
  16. 16. Uberiza8on  
  17. 17. Key  Facts  on  women   entrepreneurship  
  18. 18. worldwide  entrepreneurs   1/3  
  19. 19. most  entrepreneurial  age  group   35  –  44    
  20. 20. Support  Family   5  X  More  
  21. 21. Startup  as  2nd  or  3rd  profession  
  22. 22. Start  a  business   >  ½    
  23. 23. Produce  product/service   unfamiliar  to  market   less     compe88on  
  24. 24. 1/3  capital  used  to  start  a   male-­‐owned  company  
  25. 25. Single  largest  barrier   Fear  of   Debt  
  26. 26. 2  X  likely  to  engage  in   entrepreneurship  ac8vity   training  
  27. 27. Tradi8onal  gender  roles   society  has  on  women  
  28. 28. AGENDA9:30  –  10:00     Registra8on,  Networking  and  ZINC  Tour   10:00  –  10:30     Welcome  Note,  What  is  this  “Entrepreneurship”   thing?  ,  Rami  AlKarmi   10:30  –  11:00     Key  facts  on  Women  Entrepreneurship,  Rami  AlKarmi   11:00  –  11:20     LENS  Session  on  Women’s  Economic  Par/cipa/on   (findings  from  LENS  MSE  Survey),  Edmund  Morris   11:20  –  11:  45     Break   11:45  –  12:15     Brief  on  Faces  of  Takamol  and  the  Celebra/on  of   Women  Entrepreneurs,  Nermeen  Murad  /  Nermeen   Obeidat   12:15  –  13:00     Building  a  Startup  Entrepreneurship  Ecosystem  based   on  Equal  Opportunity  (removing  the  barriers  facing   women  entrepreneurs),  Rami  AlKarmi   13:00  –  13:30     Dialogue:  Recommenda8ons  by  implemen8ng   partners  
  29. 29. Entrepreneurship  Ecosystem   Entrepreneurs  
  30. 30. Entrepreneurship  Ecosystem   Entrepreneurs   Investors  
  31. 31. Entrepreneurship  Ecosystem   Entrepreneurs   Investors   Corpora8ons     Poten8al  acquirers   Strategic  investors  
  32. 32. Entrepreneurship  Ecosystem   Entrepreneurs   Investors   Corpora8ons     Poten8al  acquirers   Strategic  investors   Universi/es   Professionals   Management   Government  
  33. 33. Entrepreneurship  Ecosystem   Entrepreneurs   Investors   Corpora8ons     Poten8al  acquirers   Strategic  investors   Universi/es   Professionals   Management   Government   Public   Stock   Market   Pools  of   Private   Capital  
  34. 34. Startup  Investor  Ecosystem       Angels  &     Incubators   ($0-­‐10M)     “Micro-­‐VC”  Funds     ($10-­‐100M)   “Big”  VC  Funds     ($100-­‐500M)   “Mega”  VC  Funds     (>$500M)   Incuba'on   Seed   Series  A   Series  B   Series  C+   Crowdfunding   Angel  investors   Corporate  Venturing     Accelerators   Bootstrap,  KickStarter,  FFF   Angel  Groups  
  35. 35. Startup  Investor  Ecosystem       Angels  &     Incubators   ($0-­‐10M)     “Micro-­‐VC”  Funds     ($10-­‐100M)   “Big”  VC  Funds     ($100-­‐500M)   “Mega”  VC  Funds     (>$500M)   Incuba'on   Seed   Series  A   Series  B   Series  C+   Crowdfunding   Angel  investors   Corporate  Venturing     Accelerators   Bootstrap,  KickStarter,  FFF   Angel  Groups   GAPS  
  36. 36. Entrepreneurs   Investors   Corpora8ons     Poten8al  acquirers   Strategic  investors   Universi/es   Professionals   Management   Government   Public   Stock   Market   Pools  of   Private   Capital   ?   can we fix the gaps?
  37. 37. Remove  the  fluff  
  38. 38. Recommenda/on  #1   Increase  the  ability   of  women  to   par8cipate  in  the   labor  force  availability  of  affordable  child  care  and  equal  treatment  in  the  work  place  
  39. 39. Recommenda/on  #2   Listen  to  the  voice   of  women   entrepreneurs     women  who  are  already  entrepreneurs  have  important  insights  into  the  changes   needed  to  improve  women’s  entrepreneurship    
  40. 40. Recommenda/on  #3   Incorporate  women’s   entrepreneurial   dimension  in  forming   of  all  Startup-­‐related   policies.    
  41. 41. Recommenda/on  #4   Promote  developing   women  entrepreneur   networks   These  are  major  sources  of  knowledge  about  women’s  entrepreneurship  and  valuable   tools  for  its  development  and  promo/on.  Co-­‐opera/on  and  partnerships  between   na/onal  and  interna/onal  networks  can  facilitate  entrepreneurial  endeavors  by  women   in  a  global  economy.    
  42. 42. Recommenda/on  #5   Improve  understanding   of  the  role  of  women   entrepreneurs  in  the   economy.     strengthening  the  sta/s/cal  basis  for  carrying  out  gender-­‐related  cross-­‐country   compara/ve  analyses  and  longitudinal  studies  of  the  impact  of  important  developments   and  policies,  especially  over  /me    
  43. 43. Recommenda/on  #6   Promote  women-­‐to-­‐ women  angel  inves8ng.    
  44. 44. AGENDA9:30  –  10:00     Registra8on,  Networking  and  ZINC  Tour   10:00  –  10:30     Welcome  Note,  What  is  this  “Entrepreneurship”   thing?  ,  Rami  AlKarmi   10:30  –  11:00     Key  facts  on  Women  Entrepreneurship,  Rami  AlKarmi   11:00  –  11:20     LENS  Session  on  Women’s  Economic  Par/cipa/on   (findings  from  LENS  MSE  Survey),  Edmund  Morris   11:20  –  11:  45     Break   11:45  –  12:15     Brief  on  Faces  of  Takamol  and  the  Celebra/on  of   Women  Entrepreneurs,  Nermeen  Murad  /  Nermeen   Obeidat   12:15  –  13:00     Building  a  Startup  Entrepreneurship  Ecosystem  based   on  Equal  Opportunity  (removing  the  barriers  facing   women  entrepreneurs),  Rami  AlKarmi   13:00  –  13:30     Dialogue:  Recommenda8ons  by  implemen8ng   partners  

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