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Data analysis of open innovation communities on the internet and development of a visualization tool


In previous projects (INOVACRED and PIPE Phase 3), the enterprise put into the development of methodologies and technological tools to support the core business of 100 Open Startups and generate value in its products for the engagement and entrepreneurship network between corporations, startups and innovation ecosystems. With the consolidation of the platform, it is necessary to develop analytical studies, with the program data in comparison to other public data of open innovation in the internet. In addition, it is necessary to develop tools and publications that disseminate and facilitate access and spread knowledge about this information. Through the company's work in recent years, 100 Open Startups network has already significant numbers: The network attracted the registration of more than 10,000 startups, with an average of more than 300 per month and 25,000 executives with an average of more than 500 per month. We have accumulated more than 30,000 startup projects mapped in our base. 1,200 startups generated more than 7,800 deals with entities and raised R\$ 600 million in investments considering the data collected at the last annual collection ended in May 2019. 130 universities also participate in the network and accumulate the registration of 2,000 projects in order to transfer technology to the Marketplace. All these components generate a large volume of data and information, which need to be analyzed more deeply in order to improve the growth potential and performance of the entire CSE network and the Brazilian open innovation entrepreneurship chain, to allow greater generation of value to the network and improve its positioning worldwide. In this project, the path followed for the development of the 100 Open Startups program and its network is shown and it is proposed, through preliminary experiences, to create studies based on data analysis of open innovation ecosystems in the internet; and, as another goal, its dissemination, as well as a tool for visualizing the knowledge generated by these studies. (AU)

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