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Entrepreneurship 3.0 - The 3rd Wave of Industrial Revolution

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Entrepreneurship 3.0 - The 3rd Wave of Industrial Revolution

  1. 1. 
 Entrepreneurship 3.0
 
 „The 3rd Wave of the 
 Industrial Revolution‰
  2. 2. Benjamin who? made in germany born in 1981 invested in 15 companies, work experience since 1996 #internet #mobile #solar
  3. 3. Rewind
  4. 4. 1950’s
  5. 5. 2015
  6. 6. Rethink
  7. 7. everything that can be digitalized will be digitalized
  8. 8. EVERYONE
  9. 9. current innovation is „evolutionary,‰ 
 and not „disruptive‰
  10. 10. IT’S REALITY
  11. 11. GROWING
  12. 12. FAST!!!
  13. 13. REALLY FAST!
  14. 14. A REVOLUTION!
  15. 15. BIG DATA IS LIKE TEENAGE SEX, EVERYONE TALKS ABOUT IT, NOBODY REALLY KNOWS HOW TO DO IT, EVERYONE THINKS EVERYONE ELSE IS DOING IT, SO 
 EVERYONE CLAIMS THEY ARE DOING IT..." (DAN ARIELY, Duke University)
  16. 16. BEYOND €/$/¥
  17. 17. COMPUTER+GENIUS
  18. 18. SMALL KILLS BIG
  19. 19. "It means really that you see... the new economy which we talked about 15 years ago has really become the economy," Greifeld said in an interview on CNBC's " Fast Money " this month (March ’15). "It means really that you see... the new economy which we talked about 15 years ago has really become the economy," Greifeld said in an interview on CNBC's " Fast Money " this month (March ’15).
  20. 20. Time to Market Cap is the measure of how long it takes a company to reach valuation or market capitalization milestones. TTMC Velocity is the annual growth rate of a company's market cap. TTMC data provides a strategic lens into the velocity of new company, technology and category development. INSANE GROWTH
  21. 21. I N S A N E !
  22. 22. ACCELERATE
  23. 23. Source: S&P Capital IQ GREW BY 4X
  24. 24. Source: S&P Capital IQ dot-com boom today Compound Annual Growth Rate 12.13% Compound Annual Growth Rate 19%
  25. 25. more than 1/3 of all tech companies are younger than 17.5 years 1/3 <17.5Y
  26. 26. INTERNET TRENDS 2014 – CODE CONFERENCE KPCB - Mary Meeker 50% LOWER 77% LOWER
  27. 27. INTERNET TRENDS 2014 – CODE CONFERENCE KPCB - Mary Meeker
  28. 28. INTERNET TRENDS 2014 – CODE CONFERENCE KPCB - Mary Meeker OWNING NASDAQ
  29. 29. LetÊs talk about Germany
  30. 30. Strong, global position
  31. 31. Source: Fortune "Global Top 500" 0 15 30 45 60 # of sectors # of sectors with 
 German companies
 amongst top3 25% B2B LIKE A BOSS
  32. 32. Source: Fortune "Global Top 500" About 90% of the 1.500 German world market leaders are active in the B2B segment B2B LIKE A BOSS
  33. 33. makes up more than half of Germany’s economic output.
  34. 34. Operational excellence
  35. 35. German and American companies are world class 
 in operational processes USA Germany France UK 3,07 3,14 3,31 3,35 Average Management Score (Scale from 1 to 5 = top score)
  36. 36. BUT⁄.
  37. 37. Kumardev Chatterjee from the European Young Innovators Forum sees Germany's business culture and mentality as a barrier that startups have to work hard to overcome. "Germany is very good at incremental innovation," he says, "but people don't want you to take risks and generate chaos. There's little support for disruptiveness."
  38. 38. European Tech Startups 
 ⁄ Economically successful
  39. 39. FACTS: ➡ Europe is a underestimated startup hub ➡ it is “100% organic and home- grown” ➡ It constantly grew over the past 10 years, despite global financial crisis and rising unemployment ➡ During the same duration, the U.S. created 39 vs. 30 >$1bn tech companies
 30 VS. 39
  40. 40. MITTELSTAND 2.0
  41. 41. CORPORATE 
 RESSOURCES
  42. 42. Entrepreneurship 3.0
  43. 43. CREATIVE MINDS
  44. 44. MINDS!
  45. 45. AAA+ MINDS!!
  46. 46. RIGHT CULTURE
  47. 47. CULTURE
  48. 48. CULTURE!
  49. 49. CHANGE HAPPENS
  50. 50. US$ 70B R&D SPENDING
  51. 51. „INDUSTRIE 4.0‰? 
 
 ITÊS ENTREPRENEURSHIP, STUPID!
  52. 52. CHANGE, BEFORE YOU HAVE TO JACK WELCH, former CEO of GE
  53. 53. why Germany? „Made in Germany‰ Long-term thinking Leading innovation
  54. 54. 0 22,5 45 67,5 90 1825 1875 1900 1913 1932 1941 1950 1965 1984 1995 2014 60 years 7-day workweek 6-day workweek 5-day workweek -30% WORK/LIVE
  55. 55. 3ʳᵈ WAVE…
  56. 56. 0 12 24 36 2014 2034 -30% in 20 yrs!
  57. 57. 10 THOUGHTS
  58. 58. DRIVER OF GROWTH
  59. 59. NEW COMPANIES
  60. 60. OVERNIGHT SUCCESS
  61. 61. ADVANCED TECH
  62. 62. PARTNERSHIPS, ANYONE?
  63. 63. EATING YOUR LUNCH!
  64. 64. BEST OF “3.0” WORLDS
  65. 65. CULTURE
  66. 66. SOLVED BY TECH
  67. 67. WORK TOGETHER
  68. 68. FORESIGHT
  69. 69. CHANGE, AHEAD!
  70. 70. 
 BenjaminRohé
 
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 +1(202)299-4072
 br@gtec.berlin


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