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Innovations

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Emerging Technologies

Tech 

Innovations

Ocean

Innovations

Product Innovations

Community

Innovations

Service

Innovations

Space

Innovations

Social 

Innovations

Green

Innovations

Digital,

Smart cities,

IOT,

AI,

Machine Learning/ Deep learning.

Brain Mapping

Ultraprivate

Smartphones

Agricultural Drones

Electric Vehicles,

Manufacturing.

Finance

 

Investments

Hardware

Green

Solar

Health Technology

Pharma,

Ocean cleaning,

Community,

Social

Networking,

Web based

Robotics,

Quantum Computing

Bio Technology

Education

Transport

Entetrainment.

Waste management.

Eco Friendly

Research and Development

Immersive Media

E-Commerce.

Mobile

Edge Computing

Big Data

5G

Cloud Computing

 

FinTech

Drones

Smart Wind and Solar Power

Agile Robots

Oculus Rift

Microscale 3-D Printing

Genome Editing

Neuromorphic Chips

Virtual Reality.

Voice Assistance

Energy technologies

Nano Technologies

Customer experience

Inception Valuation aims to accelerate start ups at pre level  by supporting inclusive economic growth in middle-income countries. £

 

 is to create opportunities for inclusive and sustainable growth 

 

 As well as contributing to a reduction in poverty in recipient countries, 

 

  1. Promoting growth that is likely to reduce poverty and promote gender equality. 

  2. ii) The creation of opportunities for international business including UK companies (secondary benefits). 

  3. iii) Value for Money (VfM) in the use of PF resources and the results achieved. 

  4. will provide the basis for an evidence-based review of progress on what has been achieved, how and why. 

 

 

that promote innovation are intended to create the conditions for economic growth through “raising firms’ and countries’ competitiveness” and contribute to sustainability by addressing global challenges such as climate change. • Trade (IO3) covers projects that aim to create high level support a

 

as well as projects across a range of sectors that develop, pilot, demonstrate, scale up and apply new technologies and promote knowledge spillovers. Reforms and interventions that promote innovation are intended to create the conditions for economic growth through “raising firms’ and countries’ competitiveness” and contribute to sustainability

 

“Strength of Evidence” Assessment for each evidence collected 2 Verifiable evidence Refers to data that are both plausible and possible to verify. Such evidence generally describes quantifiable measures that can be physically counted. For example, the MW rating of installed energy capacity or the number of jobs in a company at a given time. Inception Report Prosperity Fund Evaluation and Learning 48 “Strength of Evidence” Assessment for each evidence collected 1 Plausible evidence This includes evidence which may make a plausible claim but may draw heavily on assumptions from secondary literature, for example data used to calculate greenhouse gas emissions would be avoided. Alternatively, it may refer to evidence which is the plausible conclusion drawn by an expert stakeholder or observer. There may be evidence presented to justify this view but no methodology against which the validity of the conclusion can be verified. 0 Minimal evidence Some documents may simply claim an outcome but there may be no information about the data or methodology used to evidence this claim. 

 

 

Fears of Startup up

 

“What if it fails?”

Fear of failing.

 

Is it a big Idea?

How to attract investments.

Market uncertainty and competition.

 

 

Often investors fail to understand the idea 

 

overlooking the fact that depending on its maturity, it may be too early or too late to use that approach. This can come as un unplesant surprise for businesses with lower growth rates, high dependence on performance marketing and no clear path to sustainable profitability. In this post, we comment on the different ways of looking at a startup valuation over its life.

 

companies’ valuation by applying revenue

 

 

Real time data to understand how good your idea is.

Machine&Deep Learning

Brain Mapping

Bitcoin

Crypto

Block chain

AI

Smart cities

IOT

Electric Vehicles

Robotics

Fintech

Internatinal Investments

R & D

Digital

Smart Phones

Ultraprivate

Drones

Manufacturing

Community

Social Networking

Social Networking

Agriculture

Pharmaceuticals

Green Energy

Cyber Security

Food

 
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