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Thesis Presentation : Coworking Incubator

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Transcript of Thesis Presentation : Coworking Incubator

Herman Miller Living Office
Impact Hub Seattle
Indy Hall- Philadlphia (est. 2006)
Coase’s theory of the firm

UNEMPLOYMENT
STARTUPS
of startups (3 in 4) end up failing,
with being complete failures
THESIS PROPOSAL
JASMINE HATLE
2009
Unemployment rate: 9.8%
Unemployed +27 weeks: 41.9%
SOCIAL ISSUE :
13.9 Million
--------Currently--------
ROUGHLY TWICE THE POPULATION OF WASHINGTON STATE
Unemployed people in America
2009
RECESSION
Return to school
What do the unemployed do?
Start a blog
Freelance
Focus on networking
Start a business
www.forbes.com
User Profile:
age: 18-40
lowest representation in industry, yet 51% of GenY wants to or already have started a business
creative + innovative industry
align with Propeller vision, values, mission
Entrepreneurs
USER PROFILE
definition: in the purest sense, are those who identify a need—any need—and fill it
design- technology- publishing- film- fashion- photography- art - culinary
diverse cultures + experiences
*4.3 million startups failed 2007-2008
CHALLENGES FACE
STARTUPS
75%
30%
Why GenY?
20 Somethings + Entrepreneurs = Startups
1. Minimal loss due to age
2. Diverse problem solving skills
3. Energy to log long/demanding hours
4. Fresh perspective from traditional methods
5. Innovative technology driven generation
MONEY
TIME
TEAM
KNOWLEDGE
LOCATION
DESIGN SOLUTION
Design a
space to impact unemployment and the success rate of startup projects
coworking/incubator
-Determine differences between incubator spaces & coworking environments
Areas to study Schedule
-Office of 2020 and the future of workplace
Observe users at coworking spaces in Chicago & Arizona
|
-Interview entrepreneurs for needs and space requirements
PRECEDENTS
PROPOSED SITE
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA
Population: 298,610
Startups: 430 per 100,000 adults
$13.2 million in loans available to startups
Low business tax & no income and state tax
Increase access to resources and services
Expansion of Propeller to the entrepreneurial driven state of Alaska, an incubator coworking space will designed to help startups fund capital, share resources and knowledge to reduce failure rate and generate more jobs in the US.
Design/Solve
-Program development
RESEARCH | SITE | PROGRAM
AREAS TO STUDY
COLLABORATIVE ENVIRONMENTS, COWORKING SPACES, & GENERATIONAL WORKSTYLES
COWORKING
dynamic of diverse group of people where innovation and inspiration come from cross-pollination of different people, organizations, or specializations
organzations designed to accelerate growth/success of
entrepreneurial companies through various support resources and services
INCUBATOR
21
72
2300%
Incubated ventures
Full and part time jobs created
raised in external financing, revenues, & grants
Return on investment for every $10,000 Propeller invests
$5.4 million
2013
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