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Dfj vinacapital venture funding in vietnam ddart diagnosis decisions analysis reality test

DFJ VinaCapital: Venture Funding In VietnamDDART – Diagnosis, Decisions, Analysis, Reality Test

Stanford Sunspot Team

Aditya MittalMengKiat ChuaYuxin ChuaYe He


Diagnosis problems and opportunities

Diagnosis – Problems and Opportunities

Issues:

  • Brand building and Brand name recognition

  • Funds raised – Clarify goals!

    • Positioning (Early or multi-stage? Vietnam or SE Asia?)

    • Actions (Need more funds?)

  • Navigating the murky waters of Vietnam

    Opportunity:

  • Early movers! Great scope!


Decisions vinacapital made

Decisions VinaCapital made

  • Focus on early to expansion stage companies

  • Invest into Pre-IPO companies going private

  • Raise more funds from GP and LP to create $50M fund

  • Partnering with DFJ allows better branding

  • Special interest in Internet, Mobile and telecom penetration


Our decisions for dfj vinacapital

Our Decisions for DFJ VinaCapital

  • Keep all of early to expansion stage companies, but stick with proven technology

  • Invest into Pre-IPO companies going private, increase interaction with government

  • Raise more funds from GP and LP to create more than $50M fund

  • Stick to Vietnam and don’t try to expand to SE Asia

Focus! Stay Targeted!


Analysis vietnam

Analysis – Vietnam

High Growth

But … Small Market

Despite rapid growth, the total size is still relatively small compared to other countries

Increasing competition from outside – Increased Volatility

Internal corruption

$52.8B as compared to $12,455B in US

  • Fast growing economy – GDP growth rate third after China and India

  • Lot of privatization happening

  • Rapidly increasing foreign direct investment

    8.43% as compared to 3.3% in US


Analysis internet and telecom in vietnam

Analysis – Internet and Telecom in Vietnam

$300M TAM as compared to $1B in US for IT in 2007

But…Vietnamese govt. planned to inject $3.6B into the market to increase internet penetration from 15.8% to 34% by 2010.

Demographic: Most people under Age 35

Proven: E-commerce and other web technologies already proven in other nations


Analysis venture capital in vietnam asean

Analysis – Venture Capital in Vietnam/ASEAN


Analysis draper fisher jurvetson offerings

Analysis - Draper Fisher Jurvetson Offerings

  • Top notch brand from Silicon Valley

  • Better deal flow

  • Network competitive advantage

  • Network intelligence

  • Network local support, global reach


Analysis vinacapital positioning

Analysis – VinaCapital Positioning

  • VinaCapital is the evangelist for Vietnam

  • Started in 2003 in Ho Chi Minh city

  • Needs partnerships for stability and branding

  • Helps DFJ in exploiting the Vietnam technology market

  • Has $250M in the Vietnam real estate market

  • Creating $50M fund for the technology market


Reality test implementation risks connected with your decisions

Reality Test - implementation risks connected with your decisions.

  • Biggest Risks are:

    • Bad Legal System and high corruption

    • Lack of infrastructure to find right funding opportunities

  • Hedge risk by adopting only technologies proven in the China and US markets

  • Hedge risk of increasing volatility in market by raising more money to get better market penetration and maintain focus in Vietnam and not SE Asia


Reality test implementation risks connected with your decisions1

Reality Test - implementation risks connected with your decisions.

  • Cultural Chasms – “Do you think I should do the dance here in Vietnam?” Tim asked his affiliate in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh

    • The “Riskmaster” Don and Tim instantly hit it off

  • Economic – don’t see a downside to helping boost the economy

  • Ethical – don’t see any downside to honestly helping people build meaningful new companies


Dfj vinacapital venture funding in vietnam ddart diagnosis decisions analysis reality test

Thank you

Stanford Sunspot Team

Aditya MittalMengKiat ChuaYuxin ChuaYe He


Dfj vinacapital venture funding in vietnam ddart diagnosis decisions analysis reality test

STOP

BACKUP SLIDES BEYOND


Analysis

Analysis

  • Analysis of company, customers, channels, competitors, economics, environmental factors and ethical issues


Dfj vinacapital venture funding in vietnam ddart diagnosis decisions analysis reality test

  • Diagnosis Where is this market in its life cycle? How attractive is the market opportunity?

  • • Decisions What is your marketing (or business) plan?

  • • Analysis Why is your plan the best way to go?

  • • Reality Test What are the risks of your plan, and how can we manage those risks?


Dfj vinacapital venture funding in vietnam ddart diagnosis decisions analysis reality test

  • marketing leadership in cross functional teams;

  • economic analysis to assess the value of marketing activities; and

  • ethical responsibilities to customers, investors, and the community,


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