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DATA + CHART VISUALIZATION
THE “FLOW”
GROUPS
BIG PICTURE
Problem
Redesign
Solution
Problem
Redesign
Solution
Problem
Redesign
Solution
Problem
Redesign
Solution
Luke Goetting
Prezi
Misconceptions

linkedin.com/in/lukegoetting
What
is a
Puffingston?
puffingston.com
The
main thing
you need to know

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Instead...
WORLD
&
Before
After
3 TYPES OF COLLEGE GOERS
1/3 Transfer
4/5 Drifting
Real Examples of
Business Data

and

Contepts

Reimagined

with

Prezi

400,000 Dropout
Canvas

Advantages

Presentation Agenda:
History
Present Day
One of a kind
Drifting
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Transfer
Dropout
400,000
$1.7 billion
in annual research funding
500
inventions reported
115
agreements
20
new business startups
$17.5 million
in total revenues
FY2016
BOOKED
BOOKED
$1.2M NetApp
$10K VMWare Health Check
$16K BPA
$1.36M
BOOKED
$550K 5 Year Managed Services
$900K UC
$100K UCS
$150K EOL Router replacement
$110K Video Project
$300K HP SAN
$20K AD Upgrade
$16K Exchange Upgrade
$130K Barracuda
$2.28M
$375K 5 Year Managed Services
BOOKED
$250K Cisco Wireless / ISR
$50K New Core Switch
Cisco Prime
WHAT WE DO
RESULTS
VENTURE CENTER
STARTUPS
SCIENCE PROJECT TO VENTURE READY
Outside of the Valley
Transfer the discoveries from University research to generate benefits for the University, our community, and society
Benefits of Tech Transfer
Increase the likelihood new innovations will benefit society
Improve ability to recruit and retain key faculty & grad students
Find and provide additional resources...
Funding for development of technologies
Funding to launch startups
Venture funds for startup growth stages
Create new opportunities through industry collaboration
Stimulate regional and national economies
Enhance the University’s reputation
Provide educational internship & work study opportunities
Life Sciences
Medical Devices
Energy, Clean Tech
Electronics & Hardware
Digital
Advanced Materials & Manufacturing
U-M Tech Transfer Functions
Licensing
Venture Creation
Legal Services
Accounting
Patent Tracking
Marketing
Talent
Operations
Outreach
$1.3 billion
in annual research funding
439
inventions reported
148
agreements
14
new business startups
$18.5 million
in total revenues
2015 revenues will be in excess of

$70 million

due to FDA approval of Cerdelga and related royalty payment
The Tech Transfer Process
Research
Pre-Invention Report
Invention Report
Assessment
Protection
Marketing to Find or Form Licensee
Licensing
Commercialization
Revenue
Existing Business
Form Startup Business
Licensing
Venture
Center
Technology
Startup Resources
Talent
Connections
Funding
Venture Modeling and Development

Venture Accelerator

Teamed Licensing & Legal assistance

Partnership connections

Private Investment Introductions

Direct and partnered funding (Discovery, Market Readiness) and Translational Research

Catalyst Network

Mentors in Residence

Advisors

Michigan Venture Center Staff
Mike Psarouthakis
Physical Sciences
Dave Repp
Life Sciences
Tom Marten
Coulter Projects
Medical Devices
U-M Venture Center by the Numbers
200
78%
$1B
Over
startups launched since 1987
still in business, IPO, merged or sold
in venture capital invested in portfolio companies over the past 10 years
Over
Talent - Mentors in Residence (MiRs)
Meera Vijan
Physical Sciences
David Hartmann
Telecom/Electronics
Bruce Auerbach
Life Sciences
Lora Kerr
Healthcare IT
Eval Mizrahi
Physical Sciences
Chuck Cole
Physical Sciences
John Dahler
Medical Devices
Catalyst Database
Database that groups potential talent by expertise & availability
Expert
Advisor
Company Leader
Consultant
Student
Project
Assistance
Venture Accelerator
Office Space and Laboratories Co-Located with Tech Transfer

Acceleration Services from Tech Transfer

Workshops, Networking Events
U-M Startup Lifecycle
Discovery
Readiness
Venture Launch
GROWTH
U-M Startups...Making an Impact!
Jack Miner
Director
Select Success Stories
Accuri Cytometers

A company that built innovative and inexpensive flow cytometers that was bought by Becton, Dickinson and Co. for $205 million in 2011
Ambiq Micro
Devloped breakthrough semiconductor technology based on the SPOT platform. Located in Austin, the company just closed a $15 million VC round led by Kleiner Perkins.
Flexsys

A morphing materials technology the eliminates the need for flaps on airplane wings
FY2014
Michigan Venture Center
Who We Are
Michigan
Population: 9.9 Million
U of M
Enrollment: 47,000
Ann Arbor
Population: 117,000
Michigan Venture Capital
$3.5 Billion
The Michigan Capital Lifecycle
Coulter Foundation Translational Grant Program

Tech Transfer Gap Funds

MEDC Federal Matching Grant Funds

M-TRAC
Profit
Time
INVESTIGATION
SEED
DEVELOPMENT
EARLY
GROWTH
MATURITY
TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH
Pre-Seed Funds
SmartZones
Venture Michigan
Fund I and II
Friends, Founders, Family
Angels, Grants
Venture Capital
Equity Markets, Banks
CDBG Revolving Loan Fund
Private Activity Bonds
Loan Enhancement Programs
Invest Michigan!
21st Century Investment Fund
UM Commercialization Excellence Fund
21st Century Commercialization Program
Venture Match Fund & Venture Development Fund
Technology
Startup Resources
Talent
Connections
Funding
Michigan Venture Center
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7. Text-based lists aren’t very meaningful
VISUAL AGENDA
puffingston
Real Examples of
business data
and
concepts reimagined
with
Prezi
Before & After:
Luke Goetting
in the
puffingston
Only partially kidding...
Rules

for Clients

112
Yes
31
No
Sample details
Respondents By Company Size
32
61
50
/143
/143
/143
50-99
100-259
250+
143 marketing decision-makers from the companies with above 50 employees that have or ever had to work/consider an agency.

16
/143
34
/143
48
/143
45
/143
Owner
Director
C-Level Executives
Manager
Respondents By Position
50
Female
93
Male
Respondents By Gender
18%
82%
18%
56%
28%
72%
50-99
100-249
250+
Profile: Working with an agency
There are more companies that prefer to work with an agency on retainer basis among those that employ more than 250 employees.

Retainer
- I want a team that lives and breathes my brand.
On a project basis
- I don't need continuous support, only on some projects.
10%
90%
The One That was Presented Better.
The More Affordable One.
Two agencies
If two agencies present the same idea and one presented it with more creativity, better design, etc, the other one was slightly cheaper - which one would you choose?
“It makes me doubt the creative ability of a team if they bring a poor presentation to a pitch.”
Rejecting a good pitch
Would you ever consider rejecting a good pitch just because it was presented in a poor way?
75% Yes
25% No
Rejecting a good pitch
Would you ever consider rejecting a good pitch just because it was presented in a poor way?
50-99
100-249
250+
84%
16%
85%
15%
56%
44%
Yes
No
TOP
LEVEL
Don't Reinvent

the Wheel

PIECE
BY
PIECE
LEVEL
Understanding Consumers'
Local Search Behavior
"The Merchant of Death is Dead"
Consumers Search for a Variety of Local Information
54%
Business
Hours
53%
Directions
to Store
50%
Local Store
Address
42%
Business Hours
38%
Local Store
Address
45%
Product
Availability
?
What We Learned
Smartphones
Computers
&
Tablets
You should make sure your product availability, address and directions appear in your ads across smartphones, computers and tablets
.
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Top agency qualities
Top three qualities of an agency are

collaboration
(76%),
productivity
(73%) and
creativity
(63%).
Collaboration

- The agency acts and feels like an extension of the in-house team.
Productivity

- They are the results driven that bring measurable impact
Creativity

- Everything they do is tied back to a cut through creative idea
76%
73%
63%
No Opinion
7%

Disagree
91%

Agree
3%

Understanding Consumers' Local Search Behavior
Consumers Search for a Variety of Local Information
You should make sure your product availability, address and directions appear in your ads across smartphones, computers and tablets.
Also, ensure your locations are listed in Google Places.
Advertiser Implications
42%
45%
38%
Product
Availability
Business Hours
Local Store
Address
Computers & Tablets
54%
53%
50%
Smartphones
What We Learned:
Consumers are searching for local information everywhere, on every device, at every point in the purchase process.
Zooming and shifting can allow you to better portray
DATA + CHART VISUALIZATION
z
z
z
THE “FLOW”
GROUPS
MAKING AN IMPRESSION
BIG PICTURE
PUFFINGSTON
PREZI DESIGN & TRAINING
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puffingston
It takes practice to get into the Prezi Mentality
Visit
Puffingston.com
to learn about our
TOPIC 1
Prezi Training Courses
TITLE
SUBTITLE
TOPIC 1
EXAMPLES OF TOPIC ONE
ANOTHER EXAMPLE

TOPIC 2
EXAMPLE OF TOPIC TWO
ANOTHER EXAMPLE

TOPIC 3
EXAMPLE OF TOPIC THREE
ANOTHER EXAMPLE

Templates
Custom Prezi Services
VS
TOPIC 1
TOPIC 3
TOPIC 2
1
2
3
4
5
TOPIC 3
TOPIC 2
TOPIC 1
TITLE
TOPIC
Subsection 1

Subsection 2

Subsection 3

TITLE
Defining
the
Local
Opportunity
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Google
Forrester
Analytics
Thought Leadership Paper:
Qualitative Interview Insights
Adapting to a Dynamic Ecosystem:
Search, Social and Mobile
Consumers
are searching for local information
everywhere
,
on
every device
, at
every point
in the
purchase process.
U
LEARNING
CHEM
TECH
UNIVERSITY OF AWESOME
SECTION 1
SECTION 2
SECTION 3
CHEM
TECH
CHEM
TECH
CHEM
TECH
$2.25M
$300K
SECTION 1
CONTENT
SECTION 2
CONTENT
SECTION 3
CONTENT
2015
Numbers
2016
Numbers
3M
5M
7M
WEEK 1
WEEK 2
WEEK 3
6M
10M
15M
WEEK 1
WEEK 2
WEEK 3
REALCORP.
REALCORP.
IN 2016 OUR NUMBERS DOUBLED!
DOUBLED
DOUBLED
DOUBLED
REALCORP.
SHIFT
ZOOM
PROGRESSION
TITLE
SUBTITLE
SLIDE FEEL INDEPENDENT OF ONE ANOTHER

HARD TO TRACK HOW EVERYTHING COMES TOGETHER

CAN'T GROUP IDEAS THIS WAY

TITLE
SUBTITLE
SLIDE FEEL INDEPENDENT OF ONE ANOTHER

HARD TO TRACK HOW EVERYTHING COMES TOGETHER



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