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Harvesting Business Opportunities Through Global Leverage. 1. A History of Innovation. Europe & the United States A t the F orefront of Innovation. 1. A History of Innovation. Industrial Revolution. 18 th ~19 th Century. 1. A History of Innovation. 1876. 1879.

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Harvesting Business Opportunities Through Global Leverage


1. A History of Innovation

Europe & the United States

At the Forefront of Innovation


1. A History of Innovation

Industrial Revolution

18th~19th Century


1. A History of Innovation

1876

1879

Alexander Graham Bell

Thomas Edison


1. A History of Innovation

1890

1903

Gottlieb Daimler

Henry Ford

Karl Benz


1. A History of Innovation


1. A History of Innovation


1. A History of Innovation


1. A History of Innovation


1. A History of Innovation


1. A History of Innovation

High

Education


1. A History of Innovation

100% of

World’s Top Ranked Universities are

In Europe & USA

Source: Times Higher Education


Current European & US Market


2. Business Saturation in Europe


2. Business Saturation in USA


2. Demographics: vs World

European Population: 731 million

US Population   : 313 million

World Population: 7 billion

Less than 14% of world population


A deeper look in……..

Opportunities in Emerging Nations


3. Global Demographics

A growing population in less developed countries

Source: United Nations “WORLD POPULATION TO 2300 ”


3. Global GDP

Emerging countries have a huge potential for high growth

Source: IMF “World Economic Outlook ”


3. Global Internet User

Internet users have grown and more to grow

Source: KPCB “INTERNET TRENDS”


3. Global Mobile User

Penetration rate is still low in Emerging countries

Source: KPCB “INTERNET TRENDS”


3. Global Middle Class

A growing middle class of consumers


3. Comparison: Western vs World

London Skyline

Europe& USA :

A Saturated Market

Shanghai Skyline

BRIC & Indonesia:

Room to Expand


4. Emerging Countries: China

Soaring purchasing power

The largest market for luxury goods


4. Emerging Countries:India

Source: Government of India

The largest mobile market


4. Emerging Countries:Brazil

$11 Billion per Year

26% Annual Growth Rate

The largest e-commerce market in Latin America


4. Emerging Countries:Russia

The highest GDP per capita in BRIC countries

Source: IMF “World Economic Outlook Database”


4. Emerging Countries:Indonesia

One of the fastest growing countries

Source: IMF “World Economic Outlook Database”


What does all these mean to us in Europe and in USA?

We can tap into the Growing Opportunities in the Emerging Nations


Go Global

Why does it makes sense?


5. Reasons to Go Global

A Shrinking World

Tapping into World Talent Pool

Capital Management

Exploring New Markets


5. Reasons to Go Global

Matured Air Travel Industry

A Shrinking World


5. Reasons to Go Global

The Age of the Internet

A Connected World


5. Reasons to Go Global

Manage labor cost and risk

Globalize your manufacturing


5. Reasons to Go Global

Understand regional incentives

Get government funding


6. Companies Gone Global

Source: BBC News


6. Companies Gone Global

Source: Indian Express

Mobile: High profit growth in India


6.Companies Gone Global

Pharma

14-17% growth in emerging economies

Driven by large, aging population


6.Companies Gone Global

Autos

China is now world largest market growing 50%

GM and Ford in joint ventures with local automakers

Source: The Street


6.Companies Gone Global

Consumer

IKEA expands market in China, Japan, Korea, India

Wal-Mart open dozens of stores in China each year


Getting Started with Globalization


7. Getting Started

Partnership is the key to global expansion

Find the right Partners


7. Getting Started

VCs with international outlook

Leverage their global network


7. Getting Started

Local Incubators and VCs in Asia


7. Getting Started

Professional networking by social media


7. Getting Started

Government department of commerce

and NPO


Key Take Away Messages


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