Venture Development Process Resources
Mentor Network/Leadership Team:
Facilities & Equipment:
Resources & Capital:
Hatteras Venture Partners
Triangle Venture Alliance (TVA)
Bull City Venture Partners
Duke Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Wolfpack Investor Network (WIN)
Osage University Partners
Accelerating the Commericalization of Technology (ACT) Program
Southeastern University and College Coalition for Engineering Education (SUCEED)
Industry Expansion Solutions (IES)
Current Innovation Services:
CED Venture Mentor Service (Program)
The Blackstone Charitable Foundation
Blackstone Entrepreneurs in Residence (EIRs)
Duke Angel Network (DAN)
Carolina Angel Network
Economic Development Administration (EDA) Seed Fund
MIT VMS Outreach Training Program
Reference for MIT VMS Data (p.122 early 2011 data): https://ilp.mit.edu/media/webpublications/pub/literature/Entrepreneurial-Impact-2011.pdf
Some VMS Data (early-2011 report)….first 11 yrs…can compare to CED’s 1st 6 yrs.
Ventures served since 2000: 926, Entrepreneurs served: 1608, Companies formed: 152, Funding raised by companies: $835M+, Liquidity events: (10 companies) >$650M, 2011 mentor2011mentor pool: 148, Mentoring hours (in the past 12 months): over 9000.
Reference MIT 2015 report:
- Number of currently active companies: All of the currently active MIT alumni–founded companies in our sample of respondents (5,534) were categorized into the 108 subgroups according to the founder’s MIT School, gender, and graduating decade. For instance, 930 for-profit companies in our sample were started by male alumni who graduated during the 1980s from the School of Engineering. Each cell was then multiplied by the scaling factor explained above. When summed up, this yielded an overall estimate of 30,200 currently active MIT alumni–founded companies.
- Revenues and employment: Entrepreneur respondents provided information on revenues and employment as of 2013 for firms continuing to exist as of 2013. We computed the mean revenue and employment as of 2013 for each of the 108 subgroups. The mean figures were then multiplied to the estimated number of currently active firms for each cell. This resulted in $1.9 trillion in total revenues and 4.6 million jobs as our estimated total current economic impact of MIT living alumni entrepreneurship.