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Data - the #1 artificial resource, soon self generated by machines, will be the basis to fuel the economic growth and power shift in the world of tomorrow.

Over the last years, Europe and the U.S. have lost share of the global GDP - especially Europe is in a dramatic decline. The ongoing industrial revolution, fuelled by data, will re-distribute power and GDP share in a unprecedented speed and ways.

Data - the #1 artificial resource, soon self generated by machines, will be the basis to fuel the economic growth and power shift in the world of tomorrow.

Over the last years, Europe and the U.S. have lost share of the global GDP - especially Europe is in a dramatic decline. The ongoing industrial revolution, fuelled by data, will re-distribute power and GDP share in a unprecedented speed and ways.

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  1. 1. #data - the new #oil
  2. 2. ⁄and who is going 
 to own it?
  3. 3. Benjamin who? made in germany born in 1981 invested in 20+ companies, work experience since 1996 #internet #mobile #solar
 Entrepreneur for 20 years
 Investor since 10 years
  4. 4. TOP 10 Tech: 
 870 B$ Revenue TOP 10 Energy/Oil: 
 765 B$ Revenue source: http://beta.fortune.com/fortune500/list/filtered?sector=Technology http://beta.fortune.com/fortune500/list/filtered?sector=Energy https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1-y8NH_qN3RtEiBrBAeXym2eu9WBpIYVNofm9CvT8A8E/edit#gid=0
  5. 5. one the faster growing companies
 in 2016’s Fortune 500: Now #379 went up 95 slots Facebook climbed 85 spots Amazon TOP 20 for the first time
  6. 6. 3 of the top 10 companies are now healthcare businesses that will dramatically benefit from digitalisation
  7. 7. 35% 
 revenue 
 decline
  8. 8. of 
 FORTUNE 500
 companies:
 Revenue decline HALF
  9. 9. 55% of the F500 companies
 lost money 11% profit loss $€¥
  10. 10. Meet the future
  11. 11. Smartphone market share
  12. 12. 52% Of companies in the Fortune 500 in the 
 year 2000 have either gone bankrupt, 
 been acquired or ceased to exist by 2015.
  13. 13. 1970: 65% 1990: 59,8% 2010: 54% 2020: <50%* source: United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) *=estimate 2050: Germany will be the only European country in the TOP10 of global economies. Nigeria will be the first African country in the global top 10. Global GDP share U.S. + Europe:
  14. 14. OIL = regional
  15. 15. DATA = global
  16. 16. DATA = global 2007 2009 2011 2012 2014 2015 2020 2005: 0,3 ZB 2015: 7,9 ZB 2020: 40 ZB 1 zettabyte (ZB) is roughly 1000 exabytes. To place that amount of volume in more practical terms, 1 exabyte alone has the capacity to hold over 36,000 years worth of HD quality video.
  17. 17. DATA = global 90% of stored data in the world today was created in the past 3 years
  18. 18. (data) growth
  19. 19. 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)
  20. 20. IMAGINE free oil
  21. 21. #OpenData 
 = free oil
  22. 22. source: https://www.uschamberfoundation.org/driving-innovation-open-data
  23. 23. Forefront of #OpenData
  24. 24. A REVOLUTION!
  25. 25. It’s about more than just “open” Data …
  26. 26. everything that can be digitalized will be digitalized
  27. 27. EVERYONE
  28. 28. COMPUTER+GENIUS
  29. 29. SMALL KILLS BIG
  30. 30. "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).
  31. 31. 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
  32. 32. ACCELERATE
  33. 33. Source: S&P Capital IQ GREW BY 4X
  34. 34. Source: S&P Capital IQ dot-com boom today Compound Annual Growth Rate 12.13% Compound Annual Growth Rate 19%
  35. 35. more than 1/3 of all tech companies are younger than 17.5 years 1/3 <17.5Y
  36. 36. INTERNET TRENDS 2014 – CODE CONFERENCE KPCB - Mary Meeker 50% LOWER 77% LOWER
  37. 37. INTERNET TRENDS 2014 – CODE CONFERENCE KPCB - Mary Meeker OWNING NASDAQ
  38. 38. But still, most of the established companies innovate in a “evolutionary,” and not “disruptive” way!
  39. 39. out of 10 organizations are undergoing a digital transformation, however only 14 % think they are moving fast enough. 9 2018 Forbes 100 focusing new hires almost entirely on digital initiatives. 72Billion USD global ad revenue on mobile and 170.2B USD all digital. 30% owned by google and 10% by facebook. On mobile, facebook already reaches half the ad revenue of google. 19 % of businesses believed they had the people needed to develop and map a digital strategy 15 % believed they had the skills and capabilities to guide digital strategy 33top employees moved from Google, Facebook & Amazon to P&G, Unilever, LÊoréal while 1.222 went the other way (2015) 75% of startups go bust or fail to scale. Only a large portfolio can deliver significant returns. 4 years it took WhatsApp to reach 400m users 60 of enterprises with a digital transformation strategy will deem it too critical for any one functional area and create an independent% corporate executive to oversee the implementation by 2017. 67% of the CEOs of Global 2000 enterprises will have digital transformation at the center of their corporate strategy by 2018. Data & research by 10 facts about the digital industry.
  40. 40. of global executives said it innovating is important or very important. But when we asked how effective their organization is at innovating, the answer dropped to 14%. 94% 93%Of executives are looking to innovation to drive growth (study of 1,757 executives). 6 Critical success factors for Corporate Innovation Centers: ■ Setup ■ Speed ■ External Network ■ Connection to Corporation ■ Investment ■ Attractiveness 75 % Of the S&P 500 in 2020 will be companies we have not heard of yet. 81 % Of executives do NOT believe their organizations know how to lead innovation. 52%Of companies in the Fortune 500 in 2000 have either gone bankrupt, been acquired or ceased to exist by 2015. 5-7% Of firmsÊ turnover comes from products that are new to the market in most countries. 7% Of Gen Y work for a Fortune500 company. 73Of people surveyed for one study would not mind if the brands they use disappeared from their lives. % 40 Start-ups worth $1bn or more have been founded in the last ten years. 10 facts about corporate innovation. Data & research by
  41. 41. - Almost every Forbes 100 company is focusing their new hires around digital - Nobody wants to work in Corporates anymore - Corporates don’t have the capability to disruptively innovate - Others potentially cannibalise their core business - 40 of the B$ companies have been founded in the past 10yrs - Lack of Management trust in capability to innovate So…
  42. 42. it needs a 
 new approach
 to succeed!
  43. 43. Methods / Instruments Financial 
 investment Strategic 
 Investment Strategic Returns Financial Returns Incubator StartupsAccelerator Startups Multi-Corporate Venture Fund Innovation Scouting / External Investments Source: Startups VC Fund
 (typically 
 100m - 500m) “Company Building” Venture 
 Capital Leveraging Corporate Assets (Executive)
 Education Cultural- and 
 Organisational Change
  44. 44. Methods / Instruments Financial 
 investment Strategic 
 Investment Strategic Returns Financial Returns Incubator StartupsAccelerator Startups Multi-Corporate Venture Fund Innovation Scouting / External Investments Source: Startups VC Fund
 (typically 
 100m - 500m) “Company Building” Venture 
 Capital Leveraging Corporate Assets (Executive)
 Education Cultural- and 
 Organisational Change
  45. 45. 2 most impactful
 ingredients for
 digital innovation
  46. 46. Strategic investment
 & Strategic returns “Company Building” Leveraging Corporate Assets (Executive)
 Education Cultural- and 
 Organisational Change
  47. 47. To understand digital change
 and help existing organisations: 'One Stop Collaboration Shop'
  48. 48. To understand digital change
 and help existing organisations: INSPIRE. Corporate Events From corporate-startup meet-ups to our world- renowned Innovation Awards, GTEC is driving tech innovation together with industry and Mittelstand companies. GUIDE. Executive Education We offer tailor-made programs and workshops to guide executives and corporate teams. You can learn about digital change processes, innovation management, startup methodology, and much more. GROW. Executive Education Unicorns are killing the dinosaurs. Avoid extinction by working with GTECÊs best startups.
  49. 49. To solve problems and get things done with a positive attitude, Bob the Builder and pals dig, haul and build together! Building “Innovation” 
 the “German Way”.
  50. 50. „Building a portfolio of digital businesses by applying the Âopen dataÊ principles in a ÂclosedÊ environment with experts and digital pioneers to build new digital businesses that have the potential to become the future core digital business model.‰ Building “Innovation” 
 the “German Way”.
  51. 51. Benefits of “Innovation as a Service”
 ➡ Building a portfolio of new businesses ➡ Harvesting digital revenues ➡ Reaching new customers ➡ Maximise strategic returns ➡ Creating value through adding corporate 
 resources to start up spirit and speed ➡ Avoiding M&A rejection through
 „commonly build here syndrome‰ ➡ Using the „innovation start ups‰ 
 to change your organisation itself Company Building - the “German Way”: “Innovation-as-a-Service”
  52. 52. THOUGHTS
  53. 53. DRIVER OF GROWTH
  54. 54. NEW COMPANIES
  55. 55. OVERNIGHT SUCCESS
  56. 56. ADVANCED TECH
  57. 57. SOLVED BY TECH
  58. 58. MARKET EXPERTS
  59. 59. CHANGE, AHEAD!
  60. 60. 
 BenjaminRohé
 
 +491739751021
 +1(202)299-4072
 br@gtec.center


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