1 Overview of Entrepreneurship Programs NCI WIRED Students and Teachers Entrepreneurship Academy Classroom Business Enterprise Doubling E at IUK Entrepreneurship Youth Institute Kokomo Area Career Center ZipINdiana Entrepreneurs Angel Investing Network Business Plan Training and Competition (Electronic Business Information Network) Entrepreneurship Resource Mapping Entrepreneurship Talent Development System Skunk Works Companies Innovations in Top Line Growth Eureka! Winning Ways Economic Gardening workshops provided to LEDOs Communities Energize Entrepreneurship and Clinton County Entrepreneurship Support
2 Purdue Research Park's Entrepreneurship Academy provided innovative math, science and technologybased business and life skills to high school juniors and seniors, offering them unique opportunities and real-world experiences. NCI WIRED supported the formation of this effort in 2007 and again in Corporate donations sustained the program in 2009.
3 The Purdue Research Park recognized incoming Indiana high school students who demonstrated an aptitude and interest in the areas of math, science, technology and an interest in entrepreneurship.
4 Selected students attended a five-day, high-tech focused Purdue Research Park Entrepreneurship Academy at Purdue University s West Lafayette campus. The Academy was led by Purdue Research Foundation staff, Purdue University faculty, industry leaders, business experts and successful high-tech business entrepreneurs. Students worked in teams of five with other students from Indiana high schools to: identify a viable business idea test the feasibility of the idea determine the best way for the business to compete identify capital needs to start the business devise a plan for managing the business successfully Participants were provided with case studies, instruction and necessary materials to assist them in the successful completion of the program.
5 On the final day, the teams presented their executive summary and a 15-minute investor pitch to faculty and community judges. Tuition vouchers were given to the teams whose presentations were judged as having the most solid business strategy and promise for success.
6 The 2007 Academy was developed and funded by WIRED. In 2008, additional sponsors came on board and students from around the state were also invited. In 2009, no WIRED funding was used; the program was sustained and supported through outside funding. 37 Regional Students Trained in Entrepreneurship Regional Students Trained in Entrepreneurship 2008 (plus 23 additional students from outside the region) This program is an excellent example of the rapid turnaround time made possible by our Opportunity Fund and the Sustainability measures we included in proposals.
7 CLASSROOM BUSINESS ENTERPRISE A program for TEACHERS Increasing knowledge of Economics and Entrepreneurship And how to effectively manage classroom businesses from start to finish.
8 ~ 100 Teachers were trained to organize a Classroom Business 2700 students throughout our region will be impacted! These teachers, the student, the schools and parents will have an immeasurable impact and will truly help create a Culture of Entrepreneurship in NCI.
9 Each classroom decided on a product or service that they thought consumers would purchase. The students produced and marketed the product hopefully earning a profit! In the process, students learned important economics and business concepts that are in the state Social Studies Standards. The Indiana Council for Economic Education, part of the Purdue Department of Agricultural Economics, administered this extensive project. Teachers compliment the program in a measurable way: Evaluations from the most recent training were tabulated at a 4.78 overall rating of a 5.0 possibility. Quoted one teacher: It was an excellent experience and I cannot wait to use it this year! Anecdotal stories abound about the students interest. Students from one school were able to visit the State Capital building for the annual Awards for Excellence program.
10 Doubling E at IUK 150 Students Completed Entrepreneurship-Enhanced courses
11 Entrepreneurship Youth Institute Working with regional students and teachers to create a culture of entrepreneurship.
12 The Entrepreneurship Youth Institute brings teachers and students to the campus of Purdue University and Indiana University Kokomo. This event provides teachers the skills and tools needed to work with students once they return to their home schools. These teachers will instill students with the basics of entrepreneurship. ICEE programs are training teachers, Teachers are training students and A culture of entrepreneurship is being established in the NCI region. Over 2000 regional students should benefit from the teachers expanded knowledge and enthusiasm for entrepreneurship.
13 Result: 80 students and 19 teachers were directly impacted by this program.
14 Kokomo Area Career Center Partnered with WIRED to develop an Entrepreneurship Academy and curriculum Students Trained School Corporations - 9 Counties - 5
15 Zip Indiana : Connecting Entrepreneurship Certificate Students with their Communities ZipINdiana will connect Certificate Program students and alumni with communities where they currently reside or relocate to after graduation, serving as a resource by adding value to K-12 educational programs and by advising and providing human capital for local companies. Certificate Program students and alumni, can play a key role in the development and success of our region by sharing what they have learned.
16 To Reach Entrepreneurs: Region-Wide Entrepreneurship Education Programs and Business Plan Competition Partner: Indiana Venture Center Multiple workshops and speakers: How to write a Business Plan How to sell your idea Marketing basics
17 971 Individuals were educated about Entrepreneurship 58 Entrepreneurs Submitted Business Ideas
18 And the winners were.. Shane Fimbel won first place for developing technology that allows neonatal intensive care doctors to monitor a fetus' blood pressure using transmitted light instead of a painful catheter. Allyson Faucett won the $10,000 second-place prize for plans to expand her line of soy-based body care products. Patrick Cooley won the third-place prize of $5,000 for a moveable cargo-tray system for pickup trucks. **Prize money was contributed by corporate donors.
19 Partnering with Purdue Extension and SBDC offices, WIRED makes the business resources of Krannert School of Management available to local entrepreneurs in 10 locations throughout the region. Over $177,000 in business information and licenses is now available to them.
21 NCI (Indiana) WIRED partnered with the Hoosier Heartland SBDC to develop an Entrepreneur Talent Development System
22 The Echelon Program
23 To have a positive and measurable impact on the formation, growth, and sustainability of small businesses in Indiana and to develop a strong entrepreneurial community.
24 Recruit Entrepreneur-Led Businesses Assess the Entrepreneurs (form included as a PDF attachment) Focus on Key Development Areas Needed Create and monitor a Personal Development Plan for each entrepreneur
25 Echelon: The Entrepreneur Talent Development System Determine the needs of the Entrepreneurs Develop a schedule meet monthly for 1 year Develop Program Content and Curriculum Engage Relevant Speakers Establish Ground Rules
26 Encourage Peer-to-Peer Learning Create Educational Opportunities Facilitate Discussion Provide Access to Resources One on One Counseling
27 Written Business Plan Market Analysis Business Planning & Management Leadership & Communication Financial Planning & Management Profit & Loss, Balance Sheet & Cash Flows Sales & Marketing Operations Financing Human Resources Legal Issues, Structure and Taxes
28 RESULTS $ Amount of Capital Infusion Jobs Created/Jobs Retained # of Participants $3,646, jobs created/ 131 jobs retained 14 Participants completed the program Numerous testimonials prove the need for this type of programming for entrepreneurs. The group meeting in Kokomo have decided to continue for another full year. The Echelon program is being replicated throughout the entire SBDC network in Indiana.
30 A new and innovative strategy to further develop skills and job opportunities for dislocated engineers from the changing landscape of the auto industry. Displaced engineers from Delphi Electronics are being positioned for success in a different environment than what they have known for the past quarter century. During a triage process, WIRED partner Inventrek Technology Park works directly with engineers and engages them in a course of action that capitalizes on their experience and assesses their future learning and employment needs. Skunk Works provides a process AND facilities to encourage entrepreneurship by severed engineers and business people to start new businesses.
31 1. Development of job opportunities in new businesses formed through IP developed by the engineers, or in some cases Delphi Electronics, by providing extensive training, process and facilities to encourage entrepreneurship. 2. Linking entrepreneurs with business development specialists and Angel Investors. Skunk Works is providing alternative means of employment through a multipronged approach. 3. Use of a process developed by WIRED funding, Innovations Link, to seek out opportunities developed by Purdue and made available in the Purdue Office of Technology Commercialization. 4. Registering the dislocated workers in a database allowing them to be connected with firms nation-wide and internationally that need engineering services but do not keep engineers on their payroll.
32 What kind of talent are we talking about?
33 Training Provided: Fastrac is a Kauffman Foundation curriculum aimed at equipping entrepreneurs with the tools necessary to create and launch a new business. The first Fastrac graduating class 20 individuals received Fastrac Training representing 13 companies. Comments from prominent local businessmen who attended the investor presentations: "I have attended many investor presentations at Inventrek, and the eight I saw today were far and away superior to anything I had previously seen!" "This was wonderful! This is exactly what Kokomo needs to get things turned around". Here are what some of the participants and business coaches, and had to say: "FTTV was exactly what we needed to have the confidence to go ahead with an idea we had been hashing back and forth for over a year. We are so grateful for the top-notch instruction" "...the subject matter of the course opened our eyes to the bigger picture, made us think beyond our level of comfort, and helped stretch the horizon of our business concept".
34 151 Individuals Trained For those ready to grow their business: Profit 101, a half-day workshop, provided the training and tools for accelerating profitable growth. Profit 101 teaches: 1. How to think smarter and more creatively about your growth profitability. 2. Ways to develop more profitable customers, markets, products & services. 3. The principles behind Eureka! Winning Ways including: Stimulate, Innovate & Accelerate. If you re not unique, you d better be cheap. Fail fast, fail cheap & get smart. Evaluations from the participants were outstanding.
35 Outcomes of the Training This has proven to be an effective process to identify and vet prospective new ventures that have the ability to create jobs and new investment. RESULTS: Launch of 9 new start-up technology-based ventures. NEUPATH launch and early traction in market. Leverage of $364K investment and other assets to support new ventures. 61 new jobs created with more to come.
36 World s FIRST Public CAD Lab Inventrek CAD Lab, the name of Inventrek s newest project, is a fully-functional, publicly-available computer-aided design lab. The lab has printing and plotting capabilities and its computers are loaded with state-of-the-art software for mechanical, electrical, and advertising design. Two (2) floating licenses of each of the software below, (except as noted) OrCad (Cadence) Mentor Graphics (PADS LS) - Four (4) fixed seats Unigraphics NX 7.0 SolidWorks 2010 AutoCAD Inventor Routed Systems Suite 2010 Pro/ENGINEER Wild! re 5.0 Adobe Design Premium CS4 - One (1) fixed seat Microsoft Office Pro Plus On each of eight (8) machines
37 Sustainability: As an incubator and partner, Inventrek is very committed to working with start up businesses and entrepreneurs providing an excellent resource in both space and training options. A new bull pen area available to entrepreneurs provides outstanding workspace for their teams. The Hoosier Heartland Small Business Development Center is also located at Inventrek for additional support. A video was created to showcase the efforts to support the entrepreneurs in Kokomo: in Kokomo
38 Innovations in Top Line Growth Eureka! Winning Ways
39 TEACHING EXISTING BUSINESSES Eureka! Winning Ways to INNOVATE Trains workers to achieve top-line growth in their companies through generating ideas for new products and services Provides workforce impacts such as new skill development and employment growth Uses a proven method of assessing the probable success of ideas Brings together a company s employees, leaders, suppliers and customers in time-intensive sessions Targets growth with a quantitative tool Accelerates the rate of new business growth
40 12 Businesses in the NCI region went through the full Eureka process. Usual cost of the Eureka! Winning Ways program is $14,500. WIRED investment for the twelve companies with signed contracts is $174, Retained Jobs 8 New Jobs Created 18 New Products or Services Developed 352 Workers Trained
41 From 12 businesses contracted in the NCI region: 696 Growth ideas generated 145 Employees trained in idea creation 69 Employees trained in action planning 19 Employees trained as business Growth Champions 18 New Products or Services OVER $6.2M Return on Investment $1,673,000 First Year Sales Increase $4,035,000 Annual Sales Retained $ 510,000 Capital Expenditure Savings
42 How can a company formed in 1887 manufacturing wooden wagon wheels survive today? Ask Art Jasen, president of B Walter & Co in Wabash, Indiana. Three years ago they sold the portion of its business that supplies wood products to the furniture industry. Now it concentrates on metal stamping work. That is part of a survival plan that includes getting lean, improving their financial position and shedding non-profitable items. "We found some work that was non-automotive related. That was a key to our profitability, said Art. Based on their Eureka experience, Art states "We have several new products in the pipeline. We're still a very small company, so for us to move forward takes a long time. The companies that take the time to make themselves stronger will be a success. You must move forward." Arthur Jasen, president of B. Walter & Co. in Wabash, IN (By Michael Heinz/Journal & Courier)
43 119 people representing 58 businesses plus entrepreneurs and dislocated workers in the WIRED region also attended workshops in both Kokomo and Lafayette. Profit 101 Workshop teaches the basic Eureka! Winning Ways principals. Business Translation Workshops prepare entrepreneurs for the reality of starting a company.
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