The paper aims at giving an answer to the requirements of ICT spinoffs throughout their lifecycle. The starting assumption has been that the ICT spin‐offs are small‐sized ICT companies. The awareness that small ICT companies don't usually follow a linear process of development leads us to think of a model that allows an “injected” support at each phase of the spin‐off lifecycle, by training resources that meet the requirements of specific company’s scenarios. The phases of the evolution of spin‐off companies all along their lifecycle have been re‐interpreted in a dynamic way so to conceive a model supporting them and allowing an adequate outliving. The model envisages a support both in terms of human and financial resources. The adopted approach recycles the work carried out by the third generation business incubators and it introduces the “injectors”, service providers and facilities useful to raise resources that might be later on employed by the spin‐off itself

Hypothesis for a new model to support the Public Research ICT spin‐offs

GAETA, Matteo;PERANO, MIRKO;PISCOPO, ROSSELLA
2013

Abstract

The paper aims at giving an answer to the requirements of ICT spinoffs throughout their lifecycle. The starting assumption has been that the ICT spin‐offs are small‐sized ICT companies. The awareness that small ICT companies don't usually follow a linear process of development leads us to think of a model that allows an “injected” support at each phase of the spin‐off lifecycle, by training resources that meet the requirements of specific company’s scenarios. The phases of the evolution of spin‐off companies all along their lifecycle have been re‐interpreted in a dynamic way so to conceive a model supporting them and allowing an adequate outliving. The model envisages a support both in terms of human and financial resources. The adopted approach recycles the work carried out by the third generation business incubators and it introduces the “injectors”, service providers and facilities useful to raise resources that might be later on employed by the spin‐off itself
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