Coordinate your startup ecosystem with Ecosystem Mapping App, a short demo
Ecosystem Mapping App is the first 'Application Module' of EcosystemOS - a digital service for startup ecosystems to aggregate and distribute ecosystem information in a standardized format, with the main goal to help maintain the best and most accurate information for startups, support organizations, governmental entities and other ecosystem stakeholders and to provide ecosystem intelligence help them make quick, secure and efficient decisions.
Watch this five minute demonstration and see how Ecosystem Mapping App helps startup ecosystems to find their gaps with holistic view, standardised information and interoperability.
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Starting Q2 this year - As an ecosystem representative, your ecosystem can apply to Join our global alliance membership. This will enable you to start deploying EcosystemOS Mapping App in your local ecosystem(s), to enable data flow within and between ecosystems via globally shared needs within ecosystems.
As a member of the alliance your ecosystem can also be part of contributors and/or governance parties of the global open standards, for innovation entrepreneurship ecosystem builders, operators, architects and developers globally.
Benefits of the alliance
Nobody can develop open standards alone, yet transparent open (non-proprietary) standards are needed to enable true interoperability within and between ecosystems, especially in areas like;
As we are finalizing the work to publish the 2022 Alliance Program details, you can check out the 2021 collaborative ecosystem development project call for more information about the established foundation that the 2022 program is based on.
Together, cheaper and faster!
Few things are as important as common understanding and definitions. Without knowing exactly what specific terms mean, and how they apply to given situations, little discourse startup or ecosystems development can take place. In developing startups and startup ecosystems, there are still many terms that are misunderstood or misused.
There's no standardised definition of what is a startup. Wherever we work, whoever we ask, entrepreneurs, support organisations, investors, governmental entities, etc. have their own understanding and definition of the startup term, what makes difficult to develop any ecosystem.
Here's a definition based on the startup development phases you can use in your local context in case you are still missing it. It was defined with the main goal to make it as complete, global and neutral as possible:
“A Startup is a team of entrepreneurial talent developing new innovations, in identifiable and investable form, in progress to validate and capture the value of the created innovation - with ambition to grow fast with scalable business model for maximum impact.”
And then, use that definition combined with the evaluation tool below to assess the potential of any startup in your ecosystem:
Wondering how the whole ecosystem can adopt it and become a standard? Get to know more here
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