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such really talking about top-flight things policy framework for innovation and entrepreneurship
and how to fix them problem that's bridges across the entire planet in and for hearing about how these individuals that work in amazing projects have encounter difficulties with yeah the innovation policy frameworks and how we can afford and better address the sort issues little destroy yeah good morning everybody and welcome thank you for coming so in this
sunny day would have thought about something we really love politics big betting the by governments centenary excited because a severe government garrison and not so since then I really like stock bad things about government might weeks and group therapy Nanking Massacre be really proposed thing like think that like were requesting that don't work and we're part of the Global Innovation adding injury words were before the talks also some neat fellows so and then are called my 3 files that any part of the session with me but warehouse it's as their chair so if the if you like dying like for specific topics please come so that we can discuss together so please come JE marching in India welcome this and then you can just presenters have maybe
so on to use the money to online loaded with that back up again again this is so and we we made a survey inside the network and asking about good and
bad practices uh interactions between grassroots innovators makers spaces innovation had an governments and it was so only nice insights monotonous share the survey with you but we're gonna we took 5 main points and that almost appear in all the answers and I would share some thoughts about 5 a specific topics so the 1st 1 is and that the so long and I do know maybe 9 wants to stamped about the light asking in the brewery lens at about the 17th
% while hardware and further taxes for invitation so yeah but mn so good morning everyone I'm
sorry for going to have has absolutely I'm I'm and summary from the the Kenya and have been working with innovation either they em as far as text goes it's it's almost like 1 of those things that just hasn't innovators and entrepreneurs across the board so from the fact that at the end of it the little salary you get is gonna be charge that sense even before that you have issues of how much it actually cost to import I know and especially for those working in manufacturing however I must say that out last year we had an impromptu visit by our presidents to our house usually shouldn't and alan he said he so was happening in was talked true especially around the hardware aspect and 1 of the challenges obviously many off the question was everybody told him look it's impossible to import that import duty for manufacturing is impossible we don't know if that word but OK when the next budget was red there was a subsidy so fewer people working in manufacturing in Kenya right now to put the parts is the fees subsidized but it took that there's so that others linkages that we don't and we'll get to that later but I was just 1 of the situations where I think having seen the evidence from one's perspective I think you went and bashed some some people's heads and that happened we give thanks but the taxes that was monday cut all obviously this on the other hand when you actually if ever an income of the company when you start getting taxed and I'm sure it J and the marginals of perspectives on that so the yeah well so far the about my country the Philippines is that we've got 1 of the highest
tax tables in Southeast Asia India Asia so that are fundamentally This is a big challenge I however I've seen a lot of Europe and government the incentives they're being put in place so I'm sure that happens as well in different
countries but in my opinion this it seems like an aggressive tax structure that but that's a challenge for innovators yeah but they try to put band-aid solutions 1 after the other of a 1 for the ICT the incentives 1 for entrepreneurs incentives 1 for what may be a start that incentive in the future the problem various you end up with a monolithic complex structure that's very and really a very costly for the government to maintain In very costly for the government to educate the people about so if if it's sort of like of you know good intentions but again the execution sort of blows up on various 1 specific case where we have a little destruction in the Philippines combined guys that someone is to follow level so I do another day invention again history but it gets closer to the people it for grass-roots and and or insect incentives of that level the problem is nobody knows about them and define your bottom isentropic nor I looked at about the office they don't know
anything about it so you know that that's a type of thing that that results of a very you know over complex overengineered of the solution they may have a good practice that we like to share take the sentence that actually helped yeah of you know killing
you and saying the but think you have control his seizure that is not of pursue and has to share was constructed by the direct so it's a bunch of violence uh and it to useful and 1 of the silent
during the nights it was quite destroyed the 1 in the 6th century we involved with the drug dealing these things and what the the stated relate was text reviews to fold that part of the city so every called every technological called and then waited to to have that in into that part of seed the actual sense to pay let's use 2 fingers you threats 7 2 2 0 to 1 per cent and then we'll have the technological called inside the main island you pay just 2 per cent what's what could you know there's a lot of innovation and practices in normal triggered the linguistics this is due in that
next is just a show of it because of it's not just the revenue back to the subject of problems problem it's about importing our resources even bolts from there was a time that the technology books where has had a good that's a good incentive or break a-changin but for some weird
reason in the past years what 10 years ago I think we remove that Germany became expensive to import but technical books so it could both both solid white symbols in fact and we know right where's your resilient meaning pay
like 5 times the price to to the and we have a bit of a thing it's a bit schizophrenic sold 1 100 that subsidized input text but is the tax on books although KST so even students have being taxed contractions the expensive to print books in Kenya and also
for the fast 5 years from 2010 the subsidy or animal like a mobile follows the VAT value-added tax that was reintroduced so on 1 hand it's like taking on 1 hand and then with another and so it's it's exactly what she was saying it's all monolithic in very complex and you look at it and and sometimes it doesn't make sense of is a big need mediating for governments to sit down with innovators in knowledge in another species national talk to these talks species and just to show them how it just doesn't work out for anybody and expanding because
maybe and this something about being grassroots and all because this this
picture that I put in my presentation that you know that that can still edit this was later they like their speaking this using this you because it was last accessed for them but like there it had a lot of last aspects right because I out of all of the lack of music industry is the young nothing so it's not my government is investing in big 1 in you 1 more you would like this knowledge that the 1 that we have the less uh organization to advocate input that is the Parliament's right there so they put a lot of that and there was like a kind of interval-based base for that because the same as you can buy the back and they they think that everything that review so have know is still in market from Colombia there on the area under that were of local innovation hub seen in my country
so in maybe and in the electron it's important they condemned extending thinks are happening in I will talk to you later about how well a digital ecosystem that we're building Colombia but in terms of importing electronics we have a policy that they all electron it's on the or a around for 100 worlds have exits extension is this is a part of our policy is to generate a propagation for the the masses for the base and basically we part trying from columbia no you would have the 1st a maternity America so if this is true for the boy in Colombia that goal to United States and volume so that's yeah the 2nd in the case of non that
light and that light and the when we were in acting the rectangle where after the so this is really something that we'll get in a database and a lot of people in the survey as like this is the main problem the thing
it's the main problem because at all other than threonine can through the because you you spend my money and use we we had 2 is about people that took 1 year to open a company interest I haven't when you generate more like a month but we also had some people
like we 1 and saying to 1 or 2 days so you do have an nice examples so the word but usually and wants to start until day 100 from roller server universal problem really worked very degrees In a way
on study of cooperation or a company back home will normally take you officially about the base the seventies on but in reality you think you almost a month so just to get all those from it's done in it's it's the incorporation to start with the tax registration on when permissible about permits etc. there's only all the way to on fire fire permits inspections and all that and of United States it from so yeah it's it's it's absolutely a big problem our home people are trying to find ways to analyze if the government have knowledge of definitely on but again you know popped up down policy-making that at this early translated execution and around the problem so that's a big challenge the order a scenario would be being a stock of it being in the world of startups so you'd want to have the opportunity to close down the stock up with this very fast here is that if we are trying to trying to work and go to the solution of a company is very tedious and very far off uh and uh most people you lawyers actually uh advises abandon it the the history of a very large amount of years you just expires have our but the thinks of the again policy has to has to address the in our room and I'm sure the that's that's our uh and the same with the part other countries on you know that you know all these things by and and the date it's only forcing the training of a torus to go to other countries and corporate there is because it's easier are much easier to interpret in Singapore maybe in Delaware in the United States 2 instances of the government shooting themselves in this setting is about ranging in
the center and then the you know the the government's just making it more difficult for them at the end result is really negative for them because they're the happens to find a way to do do introduces hand India this is expensive because at every level you you have a for the government you know it's all successive to you because you're even at the right somebody or spending it's of change across time would the lining up
I'm in Kenya for instance now the introducing a cost for registering companies of a certain nominal value that the skin of its if you're a small and medium enterprise you being charged more than if you're a bigger company so is the regime that he just this because companies and smaller ones and you absolutely right what's the incentive then to get into the system from the get go so it's just an expensive thing for every 1 of those the an but they see it as a lean maybe through something that was some model and the fiddlestick stick to the situation this at the mean Columbia a system of difference today the Baroque
receives high in open the company is not difficult you can open company in 2 days was really
1 day put the papers and other related to get enough counter your bike in close the company is not the so opens the close components and this is a quality in and I think this is similar and we need to wear a lacerated all the processes and and and and what the US open accompanied from this is not a difficult and
so mundane well the topic
flexibility so a lot of people in this survey and said about there's no legal structure for me because they 1 be is also innovator on my business models the friend and I don't even know what my business model is an selected them not a company and not a big enterprise so there is no legal framework
for me so we see that the Government that really been slowing answering to the new models are emerging and then on so this is was really like was the % of people for all the countries that hazardous survey really told is that the and then you have to see it and we wanna be nonprofit doing going to be and you'll see that you end up like you did bind them your own companies OK have profits and then invest in new nonprofit so it gets really complex so in alliance types what being that that's a very very good point in the ghost in AI for top 1 i
in I'm part of a our business that here we use the use of social business OK it the social
businesses our businesses that our it's a 4 cent during impact generate a transformation and to generate a profit than to generate this sustainability what we don't have the generally in in the world I have a model for a for a social business you or your company or your and your will OK
it all today is not about to transform the world and to as morning with that OK so in the in the we need to work more in 1 that that's really I'm not only in terms of the legal in a framework Balkan themselves very resources that you use tools to build you you read opt for example the we like to create an its amazing service that we'll send you 1 estimators to save a life the telecommunications taxes for baptism it's just so hot so you need to take out a lot of access to send an estimator is that we'll say for life or you will read you like to to generate the of voice for power or some kind of IT services that change life is our oral with educate people so I think that we need to create to a maybe a more flexibility in terms of the legality for this social businesses and the access to these services that we used to create the impact and the work that we do argue over uh a real example of that that
particular scenario that we're talking about the I think about 2 2 years ago around in during 5 1 area which of 3 about
there were some some some some guys that wanted to set up a mapping mapping of stands in the disaster location mapping have things and then they relied on an SMS Service the that that data to a server and in fact mapping the problem was that the government because the governor's too busy today trying to bring in all these um uh uh feature relief goods etc. the the vol the barrier was big the big doubtful because we're still not sort of like a block on the back home and we needed to accommodate both services right book book but that's a total 1 temple which is a bigger 1 block the DOA estimates because it was not a and within the terms of use so you know it's not just government that that can give your problem but it can be the companies as well and the way I see it is an the status quo over this flexibility
shown many issues as far as bureaucracies and inefficiencies go there are beneficiaries and with this particular issue you find that in that
situation you then have tell because they want to down to be what down innovators so that you are working under the terms and conditions so what you find is a case of where strong-arming insecure idea because the you need to use this service and so there's a lot of arm-twisting that then has to happen with your relying on their service and they want to look good they want to be the ones in the good so you put in a situation where you want to do good but you optimize the of the Telco another big company because this rigidity something the of able to look for so you find for instance they will be able to lobby for a gas tax relief if they set up foundations many those foundations all Seyfert especially for those with tech companies will think that way to support innovative but what that essentially means and people were from the east African regional no we've seen this before is that means in the set finds all competitions a 1 not every just trying to get people at the mass of the charitable and I think that was sign of for competition the the all nite so it's really a structure that is trying to add is not always and not everyone is crazy I mean it's actually ridiculous because of
their beneficiaries and that that is going to be a tricky 1 and I'm so that interested in finding out if any other countries that have started to and that is a hack that it because it's the status quo also is benefiting some people so they may have when I'm sorry to say about that can can can come
you the the yes yeah the world I didn't pay for electron in front of my name is potion M. Fromer can also work with and you don't and I just wanted to add a very good
example to what you've mentioned in Canada we close to those of the interesting kiss between of Bitcoin startups under existing Telco and this is the issue here the existing talk about a product which is called mobile money that's is called implicit allows you to bond so using him will by phone and also also do other kinds of transactions but at the same time of the bid calling start-up also wanted to allow people to transact using mobile phone and running on this exist in Toco's infrastructure so what truly happened is that the solid the Toco went to the central work and actually told the central work too much about the Bitcoin startled but to warn people about the current and to give a kind maybe sort of birth name was coded to condescending and that it is used in terms of our you know in it's used in order token or graffiti to use by criminals all that so basically that's what the central bank did this is utterly of very very good example of their work and existing complement Housatonic platform is trying to stop another start-up from doing something good to Great Lakes even to talk to the government to ah to help them to the this let's don't that's why here and
in the Hey yeah also once to leave the invented so and a a lot of people in this survey is about rent subsidies because a lot of the people in the network of the key I'm have
managers and that that part of being have managers about I mean 1st years of paying rent and then we've seen that it works in their country they actually have the rents of that is this is all this research about the china maker space and how the government is that she had to that in some rain make is based in China and a so this is something that a lot of people said that not only I mean I think grants of that is only 1 we have incentives like you can have grand so I can have a direct investment so I think it depends on the case so I think we have some good examples of share about incentives to you with the interview fact and good it that is not the thing with the lakers I wanted
to focus on yeah this on it's it's also very interesting because it . pretty it's predicated on government and such as being that government has about 2 and a key issue relationship with non-government entities so of course 1 of the big things people feel like it would be great if rent was subsidize and actually agree on that completely because if you're a small harbor changes friends species of warehouse of this that the other you going to have to be same market treat regardless but I'm what are found again is that the incentives that we see the current government structures again benefit the companies and our case for instance the benefits foreign companies so you have a company and I I a DM for instance will get better incentives for instance to have these than they would you a small set up because a you know what the hell I you is the traditional relationship between government and non-government entities so that political connotations sticky on the flipside I imagine a situation where say I have or any other hard courts government incentive by we of rent subsidies and grants then the perception is governmental zeal ASS so that if you can't see it as of yet so it's a tricky 1 this 1 and and I think this is 1 of those cases that I think in Singapore in China it's worked out OK but I'm not very sure about where full around what direct linkage government has to these entities and so I think for me it's more questions and retrieve and an example I think the approach appeared at the of a lot of the of the plans heard the incentives that governments establish Our results from this connect with the back of beneficiaries of such incentives are maniacal despite what incentives to limit the bureaucracy the fact everything that we spoke
about the shooter a huge disconnect because you've got people and the government that surely based on maybe enough and anaesthetizing make oriented in a way that of that some this the digital but yet it so that it had yeah yeah that's the example of a good example of the use of Singapore is the sum of the government is very active in spurring innovation because of just because they have so much money in Singapore and then there's that so many of of so many prob programs that are available to adopt an hours but then in the early days because it's in the mandate of God the they rushed to accept projects are ideas for businesses and then the quality of these of businesses our very questionable and and you know you around that value that could be good that is not yet and that so the result was at least at that time was a round trip and the dimension of the people of the joining of competition and its competition at the undertaking the caste system against the and then try to create some some some other idea and enjoy many years of but I guess quality and how did this dialog as further knowledge so the same is getting worse so there's a lot of monitoring and evaluation at work in this case you know can for the the the
answer yes but most of the nation competition and that's the unfortunate in Singapore assault the station is the model to follow the OK so if you're actually creating a uh about the kind
of example of policy but everybody else thinks it's a good example people copy it and then you just exponentially created the huge problem maybe there something incentives in in the need explain you will you'll be the ball bearing the political system and ecosystem that Columbus building was a clear that bucolic system half a year for parts if 1 these the 1st you're so Columbia investing a lot so it deep broadband and to give connectivity winter a country that impressed generate services that services us or system errors that um geo-location services different kind of services that these are the offer the
offeror agreed to their demands the and
Printapen hours because you read it was start to create apps Apps for people OK ups are the through component and the people are the 4th component Whitmore apps creating more people will be using that up so that we'll grow their interest with more impressed through more service that will generate innovative the apps that we'll area at 10 more people so basically a we are now in the moment to generate a propagation and 1 and 7 being that aid the government is creating these apps don't call you season it up so going state is the policy that basically our motivating and upon pronounced be such infant also bicycling to create applications for educational Frederick you
true for health and for the main vocations that were a country it that might want have so that's a very interesting because that's a very connected with the science technology and innovation policy that they use no more focus of not being in research variable nanotechnology that's in fact very very good a researchers but we based our on onto research about I would you to rubble to fooled the both in the know both aware main vocations and they certainly have been our secondary digital contents and the brain hours are now being 1 that the technical system and stroke ups the core initiative it posted on of indepen hours are in no way a study break in ups for the base of the party the Disney may understand something about that the yeah
you must have made and if it's you
might like this point of floating uh listing that I grow older they get more anarcho-capitalist each year so OK so have a great taxes and you have a big amount of Borel % you have lots of problems all the new covertly treating your price and
you and you do you sell products more expensive for that and so it's like if pay more taxes it means that and earning more money and OK I think the focus of the conversation is not the problems that we have full these this is the same but almost around the world but it is the difference that the treatment for the big problems in this small problems there's about and how this can be can be treated how this can be moving how can we you push a solid morning succeeds in often old bottles and being depression so that because the problems flow what it sees the signal around and and it's not if if 3 months cells a lot you play a lot of taxes but that's not the
point the point is that the just listen to me thank you so top down approach this guided anomaly actually very they're making familiar knife through about as and that's usually what happens is is the liking a room and the doors closed so the thing is how changing fast but Lila obtrudes right so had this is it sad of course and making fun and it is not easy for the government actually readout of the restaurants but I think I mean
we think that the and the obligation right so how can we call the attention more how can we participate for co-design quality that you reflect on university now how can we reach out because the 2 indices well-contained so like we well-intentioned policies that doesn't work or the just sometimes uh even worse the screw up the adequacy stand for the by competing for the 2 heads and was that I beauty in here is you which even when time point of his time really appealing they own that it had that tonight but this ain't going like the the uh the fact that there there from seceded society but only they have no incentive so the protein in the diet because then people with 1 pay for for Use they have the 1 right so how the next thing with together with society not again the so let enough we have then in a nice examples of how about but only the way think maybe day has something that they have been trying to do at least hang together with that and the others want Seneca degree harvest quite young which is beyond the example for a champion the moment arm because he understands it politics is
very interested in it so with through him uh and we were trying to put together a stock of buildings there was a stock up world map that we actually put together but again you know I'm not a big fan of all these uh paper a road maps that preceptor government because as soon as you put it on paper it's obsolete would disappear is thus an extraposed flexible as you want to be here to read the the now found but again this person 1 of a set of versus trying to push the stock of in as a result of coordination with
stakeholders in the in the community are military that's no that's a good approach retrieval approach do so but again it's only 1 person is only once in a bar with pride to look
for champions within the government bureaucracy and then all the obvious there's some people that that this decide to be implemented Open Golf Open Data a initiative in it just happens on and so on that's definitely 1 approach as we were having the tree of Bangalore briefing yesterday and had some weird ideas about trying to each other so that they want to spend like a 2 they should be in the shadow in in CHF we would like to go through and and up and up and up and the world around you there you have to how to do it the experience learn the jargon in the language it has hasn't strategies and it's and this is this is 1 of those issues that come with if we have a fix it I think the world we are very pleased with the political 1 now on top of that this speaks to the fact that we can't also just think that our role is to
disrupt and the 1 of the things of appreciated working in a hub for the last 4 years is that this is a very political issue so you have to lose politicians you have to engage in our problem I must see on I and is sometimes you take the stance that you know I to disrupt f the government I'm actually yeah yeah but unfortunately it as as long as the world is how it is that do have to engage so this for me 1 of land is this is why we set up I have research for instance as I have at the time and
this is why immediately do research but we started finding entry points for policy engagement because there aren't bodies and the side and if you have any in other countries bodies that exist to lobby the government for are inches so we have them for private sector and the private sector is it existed acknowledging after the the companies at the telcos in different so there is a need for that and that means time and that means you have to have people in a team that means you have to get these people will policymakers to hang onto the of the after hang out
about it and I think for me the value proposition for something like global innovation gathering is also to engage our bodies regional and international bodies that we know our government fused into so when the world bank makes a recommendation demonstrated that the making a recommendation based on what we influence them to be so this is around about the many demands of pronged and strategic approach and it actually also unfortunately means an attitude adjustment of my site that we can't and so please don't see me and think that because of ditch the genes for the more suited up thing that have betrayed the callers it's 3 because we have to do this somebody has to do this we can't just be shouting alignment and government can be over there doing the thing on the other end and nobody's doing the in between so this when we all to the configuration is so what if there really
uh sooner and the inverse of base both was because innovation inherently changing it's the something rapid this
the ideal situation where we can have a government was fast is that nite and something that's possible in cities in the it they
already had and that the only in a tight right this is like asking why we the answers of the session with a unique set of data because of understand and we need the always complain about government so I started my my sense this s into the stationary when the like therapy group that is not the case it was is gaining of question I think we went to that get ahead get their hands dirty and we'd like to shake hands and there are no self as the you know it because otherwise we just going to be like in that separate sites and I can use wall in and are of the article from the sugar from what your from really would
go up to the truth that's where you're popular assault institution because of toxic really universities you thought you might but there is a voxel arm and a lower OK apparently grabbed axis approach as the emperor market is that they engage government already of the stock on to to make sure that policies that you know that they try to they try to do a educate government and make sure that their their policies are on the and in plays the their activities within those policies sold that's the strategy and if they can definitely will worsen ever taken but they always do what active approach you know they become in you know that that the shot the pose come in spite of this session and the government pushes back out they're not able to it so that's reactive rabbit that stripe is doing that of the Book of the age of the strategy that that extract the payment gateway are not as they enter into markets we make sure that the the engage the government and so that's a positive thing
that's a very good thing about in the whole to decay that would handle partners have our policy makers about In this forced into which I think that made the most important thing and that is happening weed out what would be school more no which MySpace's
hackerspaces maker spaces on all their doubts that know is is that our bottom up theory you know which they are a in terms of policy in that space is hearing micro boys Micropolis because no 1 no better altered the direct or a ban these spaces so all is I think that they connect the policy makers with the base and enabling a way to promote integration of innovations from the bottom this is this also interested in the school to the appropriation the steps that are
happening in Colombia for example we have now a hundred in you a spaces are wrong in Colombia where a propitious spaces in different levels in a book now we need to make that space is more sustainable it to put to emit apologies to the contents and to connect that the spaces with the main book cages it may be not only a great innovations for everything what to connect the innovation which they direct the ratory if you context is fishing
for sure that in the original space should generate innovation for fisheries you context is an acute to you could generate innovation for a tutor so generator and narrative generate the story that for the innovation of this not only technologies have questions to connect the contents and to create histories that called transform the territory's from the bottom to the top I had to answer questions how many policies people are left in the room had to how many policy people and left in the
room 1 was really out for even
when the government who had led him to you we think you was still hanging out anything and I think this speaks is there microwaves judge my point so this is the parts from the problem is that this conversation amongst us here we're preaching to the choir right some of the few
that I know walked out the latent board that was spoken revolutionary terms it and so no my point being and it's super-important to figure out what this is going to bring this 1 is to get this joint
associated with stop pretending that giant that I have to do wait so hot the top down approach is the fact that which spaces then come become listen to was with which they then come policy makers and advisers to Governments come and listen to half rate because in this room again if a bit in that area about like efficiently was supposed to have also some of them might you for example because that you was with with and we have to call the council you know mean and and sometimes really go there and take them by the hand like these can like
and it's not easy and thing to say that so I think it's I think it starts from there like the thing to have more than of
them I think he deserves a lot of these by bearing right down the gulf people around at least to see right this means that something is going from the the the c action to economy when it has something in its or that it's very cold and the point to that show it used is that uh we are nothing do it we because then we not in doing something that is really all it's so grass reloads and we are fighting against Celtic it's infallible if you know the territory this is quite valuable fall this this new you in that we solve behind hertz so it's the end of quote who is a policy-making here I am made it does but we are it doesn't matter if well walking into a state government approach procial outside and we always doing so if you showing you the big leaders that is quite a fan who you were started to make a policies as well with the value that you have in your hands you up you have to you
think so yeah I'm I'm I'm david I'm from switzerland and I'm blocking for this we start up of association so that's a lobbying
organization which is really new and then we try also to them collect stored obsessed with them politicians and with the policy makers and because the understood and that's really important and then that's the only way we can have a warning for start up so now we are we have a lot of time members like the main them so we start ups are already members and it's really OK Switzerland this attacks paradise for big enterprises from not for start ups IR so the problem is start ups they get when they they in the future value of the start up this already text Florida entrepreneurs so that means that people have to leave the country because they can't afford these taxes so now they've changed a little bit but it's still it's a big problem and another thing is like some people from not you'll countries can knock them Kalman's workers into the country because it's too complicated to make a contract them with them and yeah my opinion that's the only way that them you can have voice so start ups have to be together and tried tool and meets the politicians and make them understand even what the stored appears because the problem is then start ups the when you 1st start of the soul into the soul of the values in the future you know like and but it's not easy to get the politicians because they are also representing them small and middle enterprises and when people who are rendered government starts to change the tax system then all the enterprises came as well and say yeah we also want to have all the texts them conditions and then it gets really complicated but them yeah what I want to say so you really have to to goal to get in and have who wants to get the and that's the only way and it's I think every
country should have um kind of patterns start of association which were and we have no and Switzerland them to have a voice then the stronger random speaker it gets then politicians understand OK so the start up's um they they do but they the that's so yet they organize the date they they have they have them and let elected they do work that they did to work for the future of of our country and that's end you could you got them and talking about this and start ups and look at last year's star upset and they'd give you the X 500 new and um the form of the employment of thanks and and then you you you can you can bring the politicians on your site and then they start tool bring them better regulations but that's the only way so just work together in
every country and and have war as the height I mean and and that's why it's it's from it's wonderful the notion that 1 of the things we
also have to be honest about it is to be very careful tools and not be at in competition because then the problem with that is becomes was a superstar will get the glory and I think for context what humbled me as we gonna be those people intend
on what's years we make it easier for the next iteration but because it's easier now to be on the other side of CIA of this that and the other but even as you're doing the things we have to I don't know what these uh very conscious decision we have to make that in this then we don't get caught up in trying to Eagle chips you know like now it's about me on this because I am the representative on blocking the voices that other thing that we have to be a weak into so that as much as we are marching forward anomic minutest require restricting the door was by actually making it easier and others in the future anybody else sensitive in the
less it to have end of our the users who was a little different approach but so is there are some of the uh some solutions to the problems you mentioned at the beginning and especially to
problems in use is inter-sentence always earning uh of of Goma and uh but I also Estonian easy that and I think that this is something we can talk about that because Estonia is actually trying to create our head currently to plan the sentences some kind of a proxy for the counties which patterns ready to post staff that compose small company so uh even make spaces and the Estonian isn't going to become tax heaven instead they are allowing people from around the world not connected to Estonia in any way do set up in the jaw company it totally digit out as the bank account a phone number in Estonia that allow them to access the European Union was with through all those things and basically it serves as a proxy because the mining you a day's as a company or FabLab or whatever it is generalization pairs of these units to right Estonian government unless you actually spend money in Estonia so you can basically use it as a proxy without the warning about all the lost in your local currently so you have to do this actually starts from this starts from you or me just that stuff pains to your employees of real services employed in any in the world and then Estonia vast most of the work force you adjust the supply include the tax forms at says that should this might be actually a good idea for the small businesses around the world and in the I thinking about half a year the program will come to a full staff because right now there some important and cooperating the mood as well uh and nevertheless I think we should just repair remember that this is an option this is my point on the earlier so that their weights can do make the government problems irrelevant and for our 4 amino investors persons in hand but again in a separate you want to do or is that we're the lecture for really going boards and this is the you have to be at the
last minute so then whenever question and 1 last 1 can then demanding was you read something which the local consider the we welcome you ongoing so here because when recessions that came up was are going to come to find government and someone because the remaining don't have very many policymakers here but yesterday at the
microphone incredible thing that did in Republican him to do that you know we we've had representatives of the Chairperson of the The German government I don't know the people the person who wrote the policy of the way the German gets distributed without a very large number of people from GTZ the company that works with food and administrators to try and figure out how they need to change in order to be able to support this movement more I think 1 of the things that I mean what when things I found actually is that I know whether it's government the government in Kenya the government in the pool or even the Government of my country UK the they have been supporting us and in the maker movement to try and find ways to support that health care systems and that's supply chain issues and actually that leads to try and spend a month me my like my Government's desperately trying to find ways to spend its increasing aid budget and it's and so it keeps coming to us and reminded is something of a meeting so I think of things some opportunities that I wanted to try to find out the hot thing with the government really finds heart is what's written behind you is that's the guy but I think they're not quite sure where to put maker spaces or hats principle 5 out of this the Global Innovation government because it transcends the traditional organization of government so the unit of water stuff of health care staff of entrepreneurship stuff of education stuff words if it's something that's that's that's really good policy trying to figure out whether retrieval they should have been
ranked you have an understanding of the and at this as sitting here at all is like OK this so prepare a lobby a lobbying group will have to go to go over but then to go with the go over with the the the language that they understand so what's it
what's the incoming what is the but what state well hot what's the changing economy so if we go down and start a dialog to see look we're doing so well to this of reflecting upon and this way is that when the society that fit so I think it's it's an interface problem that we have I really don't think government of that and even though they are but I don't believe the population of that building up and so it's this from of interfaces we face now that you have to go farther and have to to to to have this interface itself with the government thank you you you you you can get so too is said Ricardo and mightily also everywhere he said enter I from my side and really happy to keep having this conversation here however long it takes I think we all from our side always open to introduce to translate to share I think the question that 1 has to ask themselves so that sometimes these 2 systems the government assistance systems and the way that we operate that they catch the counterculture the cast operations and the question we have to ask ourselves at what point do we as you said earlier j just do our thing and not bent over backwards to accommodate give system that's a hot balancing act difficult question but a question that we keep asking ourselves to think FIL I think we have to
finish and I think you for that as Geraldine said this is all this is an ongoing conversation that we have to keep having and there go for the related maybe someone can create some practices good practices that have been you know that that and they're working around the world you know me being together you know and things we have to think more about it but I think Sonia start survey has some nice things as well and we have to keep going so piece and if you want to like keep doing this was this was there when look for us here now and we can you exchange e-mails and I think that we want our friend from 3 to and send them you think we have to unite yourselves new and exchange and nice ideas and before we finish it as much as gene into 2 as you read a blog posts from our friend direct right so I want to come up on stage of our class has gone by so quickly I think we could keep for are talking for hours and we will likely set this is an open invitation to join this discussion and the research and what we're doing and and collaborate on this to all of you when you in this room or or what to make of i video I want to take up the last couple of minutes in this panel to raise 1 other
issue and to talk about our friends is missing here on stage right now but on we organize international gatherings and different was the world but sometimes so I'm leaving here in Germany and a reoccurring issue that we always have this thesis so being able to travel arm and being able to niece being able to work together and collaborate is only possible if you have entry to some of these answers country is an issue with any individual consonants and this issue globally and it's an issue that we're faced with very very often and I wanna name 1 other case and as a friend also missing from Tanzania had a really hard time in and see to prove that he is that horrible German compound nouns of the plenoptic at right now with his uh highlights the deck he has a fussy stones something on basically because the self-employed and he's his own boss what is again a show paper it's not common and everybody has a bank account in Tanzania needed as he so it was very very difficult for them to give proof that he was willing to return to his country the huge problem for young innovators and want to travel and share a story and work together with others I'm going to the this yet but I we want in a Skype somebody into the session who we're dealing missing at ProPublica and that is the founder of the Cairo hackerspace hire an attack and his co-founders brothers and sadly they cannot be here with us today on top of this that the city by Skype right now but not even that is possible because we're on the phone a couple of minutes ago and he is now on his way to the German Embassy who did not only not issue his recent time on this could be a really elaborate story about how indices operate in this case with a Vodaphone operators line which you have to pay money to phone in to get an appointment on after being given an appointment that was chelates like 3 months down the line we managed to get an early appointment of women with a would have allowed him to get his wouldn't be here on time then in the meantime passport has been lost and so he is now on the latency to find out what happened there after neither the private courier services embassy also uses to transfer possibles mold embassy themselves know where it is and that's why I said it's not hard speaking directly to now but myself and this is particularly tragic because some of us as we thought today work under difficult circumstances and some of us work under a really really difficult circumstances and that is the case of the car hackerspace an entire to send the link of a blog post they just published and I would like to share a couple of paragraphs from that with you too close of the session and so and they do not amazing work and feel freedom processes that the make space that if you wanna find out more about it but again in a region and in the summarized that's this even faster than the data so in November 2000 15 the car hackerspaces working on an ambitious project to build a model maker space that would allow them to visit schools around it shifts the idea was to spread making hacking 2 kids benefit from learning to use their hands myself problems fatally at a very early age the logic of this project was to address the need for better alternative technical and technological education in the country however long on the 28th of december the space was shut down after government interagency raid at the house to the townhouse gather read the motivations for this rate never been fully clarified that ultimately resulted in the indefinite ceiling of Old Town has property including the studio hosting the higher hackerspace they began to receive a great deal of support for this and says Justice and including generous financial office but could not accept any of those because of the legal restrictions on foreign funding in Egypt after about 2 months in February the town has partially reopened under very strict conditions and had to comply with new procedures required by government standard staff was allowed to access the space of the programming did not receive they were very thankful that they could at least access to space and get out some of the tools they wanted to really get for the small 1 make a state-sponsored so that these were able to set up the spots that they had already applied to work on this project and so this pattern halted again by a very sudden and very dubious partial collapse of the buildings in the beginning of april which I'm sure a lot of gathered thankfully nobody was hard at the time but most of the building was destroyed and I'm although the space not completely collapsed it was issued the other day at the next day that the government would come to demolish the rest of the building a sudden demolition order was granted on April 9 to this historic town house building which includes not only this art gallery that townhouse the hackerspace but also residential units in other businesses and despite consultations within these disparities and just to switch attendance and the are the more the building was demolished on the morning of april 11th and you can tell I'm very emotional about this 1 so this thing crowdfunding initiatives such good as you notice the spot was very difficult for people in Egypt to receive any foreign funding and support that way and yet yet in the midst of all this and maybe complete video inside so I want to give you a visual impression amazing what they too tired never lost hope they put this belong space and want to drive off and teach kids from the snow was they
out in different schools in different localities in
different places which I think is just absolutely
amazing and in this blog post is
specifically thanks everybody local
and in and international supporters
and promises to be doing the best they can
hacking the situation I'm
yeah I'm I'm devastated that hike
and his co-founders cannot be with us today we hope to be able to find out later in the week for them
to be least able to join the gate program or for us to make the host a workshop with them some of the workshop
they couldn't give now to make space nation this
week not a Republican in another venue somewhere and we're collecting donations at the some at the make a space for the car hackerspace which people can and
take back to Egypt's out personally and please feel free it turns me if you have any questions about this and the act of the
type of these what's what's this video so that's capable of really big round and that have
been here we have the more loose in
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Titel Top 5 things wrong with policy frameworks for innovation and entrepreneurship
Serientitel re:publica 2016
Teil 182
Anzahl der Teile 188
Autor Sambuli, Nanjira
Nicolau, Georgia
Restrepo, Martín
Fajardo, Jay
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DOI 10.5446/20713
Herausgeber re:publica
Erscheinungsjahr 2016
Sprache Englisch

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Fachgebiet Informatik
Abstract 400% import taxes on hardware, no legal base for co-working, criminalized use of technologies - policies can have a very direct impact on technology entrepreneurs and innovators. The panel will compare and contrast numerous policies from different countries affecting innovation ecosystems and evaluate successful and less successful policies from a grassroots perspective.

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