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Vive Digital 2014 -2018, english version

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  1. 1. SOURCE: UNCTAD, Information Economy Report 2010 Our responsability as an industry is to expand Internet usage in order to reduce poverty Relationship between poverty and Internet users 0 10 20 20 30 40 40 50 60 60 70 80 90 100 Povertyrate(<US1,25(PPP),2005 Internet user x 100 inhabitants 2009 Less Poverty More Internet
  2. 2. Multiplier Effect Filipinas Jobs Multiplier Effect India Jobs SOURCE: Raul Katz, Universidad de Columbia, 2010, UNCTAD Information Economy Report 2010, NASSCOM Technology Jobs Economic Jobs Technology Jobs Economic Jobs The technology Development creates jobs directly and indirectly 2,01,0 X2 3,0 1,0 X3,6 3,6 Multiplier Effect Colombia - Manizales Rate Unemployment 2007 2010 17% 10% 8.500 Employee Payroll 10.000 Jobs directly
  3. 3. Source: http://www3.weforum.org 2014 And ICT has a great impact on productivity and competitiveness GlobalCompetitivenessIndex2014-2015 3.0 3.2 3.4 3.6 3.8 4.0 4.2 4.4 4.6 4.8 5.0 5.2 5.4 5.6 5.8 2.6 2.8 2.4 2.6 2.8 3.0 3.2 3.4 3.6 3.8 4.0 4.2 4.4 4.6 4.8 5.0 5.2 5.4 5.6 5.8 Network Readiness Index 2014 Perú México Vietnam Chile España Malasia Israel Japón Alemania USA Singapur Brasil korea ColombiaColombia “An increase of 10 percentage points in broadband penetration accelerates economic growth by 1,4%” World Bank, 2010 -­‐  Global  Compe,,veness  Index  2014-­‐2015.  Colombia:  4.2     -­‐Networked  Readiness  Index  2014.  Colombia:  4.05
  4. 4. Household Penetration (%) Internet (%) PC (%) Population Million Income x Household Monthly income USD 2 3 10 17 12 5% 7% 22% 39% 27% >3.300 1.170 - 3.300 660 - 1.170 330 - 660 <330 83 56 8 2 92 70 47 5 26 5050 Stratum (1) 1 2 3 4 5-6 20 In households the opportunity is concentrated on social strata levels 1, 2, and 3 Internet penetration by strata (1) Based on electrical service coverage
 SOURCE: SUI, DANE
  5. 5. Why don't you have Internet at home? SOURCE: Market research of 2300 people of social stratum levels 1 and 2 in 43 municipalities, 2010 % Surveyed In social strata levels 1 and 2 the main barriers are the high costs, the lack of a computer and the lack of training 39,9 33,8 21,4 8,6 2,3 2,3 2,1 20,2
  6. 6. In businesses, the opportunity is focused in the micro companies It is estimated that there are more than 1,600,000 companies in the countrySOURCE: SUI, DANE Businesses Penetration (%) Internet (%) PC (%) 50 Company Type (Number of Employees) Large (+200) Medium (51-200) Small (11-50) Micro (1-10) Companies (%) 0,1% 0,5% 3% 96,4% 7 100 99 79 13 100 100 96 50
  7. 7. Why don’t you have Internet in your business? SOURCE: Market Research of 1500 micro and small enterprises in 43 municipalities 2010 % Surveyed 60,6 17,6 12,9 9,3 6,5 In small businesses the main barrier is the lack of perceived need
  8. 8. In order to massify the Internet we need to overcome several barriers Insufficient applications Citizens and small businesses don’t see the usefulness Terminals Services Low purchasing power of Citizens Limited Government investment budget Resources Geographical complexity and dispersion High cost to deploy infrastructure About 200 municipalities connected with fiber optics Last mile administrative complexity
  9. 9. That seeks to promote the massive use of the Internet to leapfrog PROSPERITY FOR ALL To overcome these barriers... We are executing the Vive Digital Plan
  10. 10. (1) The Third Way, 1999, Dr. Juan Manuel Santos “The market as far as possible, the State as far as needed”: Promoting public private partnerships to expand infrastructure and services Comprehensively encourage the supply and demand of digital services to reach critical mass Reduce tax and regulatory barriers to facilitate the deployment of infrastructure and the supply of telecommunication services Prioritize Government resources in capital investments The Government will give example 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Vive Digital Plan is governed by 5 basic
  11. 11. In the year 2014 the Digital Ecosystem of the country will accomplish: SUPPLY DIGITAL ECOSYSTEM INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES APPLICATIONS USERS DEMAND SOURCE: World Bank “Building broadband: Strategies and policies for the developing world”, January 2010
  12. 12. Source: MinTIC. 1,4 0,8 2,2 Móbile 3G/4G Fijo >1MB And will have the following specific objetives: 9,7 8,8X4 Growth of Broadband connections 20112T-20133T 105% 68% 35% Millions of Internet connections Multiply by 4 the number of Broadband Internet connections
  13. 13. 50% of Households and SMEs connected to the Internet SOURCE: IDC International Data Corporation 7% X 7 50% It will have the following specific objectives: 17% 2014 2T 50% 60,6% 50%
  14. 14. Municipalities with fiber optics (1) (1) Municipalities with at least 1 active node of Optical Fiber SOURCE: Compartel Triple the number of municipalities connected to the information highway trough the fiber optical networks And will have the following specific objectives: 200 551 1.078 777 And will have the following specific objetives:
  15. 15. INFRASTRUCTURE
  16. 16. 1.078municipalities withopticalfiber weconnect In2014 We are expanding the optical fiber coverage
  17. 17. 7.621 Rural Population Centers with more than 100 people connected Wearetakingatleastoneinternetpoint toRuralPopulationCenterswithmore thanpeople
  18. 18. We asigned all frequencies for 3G and we are in process for 4G Auction Process4g 2013 700MHZ 90MHZ 2012 AWS-1.700/2.100MHZ 90MHZ 2012 2.500MHZ 130MHZ
  19. 19. In the year 2014 the Digital Ecosystem of the country will accomplish: SUPPLY DIGITAL ECOSYSTEM INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES APPLICATIONS USERS DEMAND SOURCE: World Bank “Building broadband: Strategies and policies for the developing world”, January 2010
  20. 20. SERVICES
  21. 21. We have the cheapest computers on the continent No Value Added Taxes (V.A.T) for mobile devices and tablets less than USD $560.
  22. 22. InSocialStratum1and2 More connections50% 2millionssubsidiesof 300,000pesos,inaverage. More connections for social stratum 1 and 2
  23. 23. +35.000    Officialeducationalsites,culturalcentersand publiclibraries, benefitedthroughComputers forschools 2.000.000Terminals delivered(computers and tablets) To official educational sites, cultural centers and public libraries. Computers for schools and its allies We are going forward to the coverage of educational institutions 12 children per computer O u r G o a l
  24. 24. Opportunities Knowledge Adoption Connectivity Computers + == + Digital Natives, an opportuniy for regional development
  25. 25. In the year 2014 the Digital Ecosystem of the country will accomplish: SUPPLY DIGITAL ECOSYSTEM INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES APPLICATIONS USERS DEMAND SOURCE: World Bank “Building broadband: Strategies and policies for the developing world”, January 2010
  26. 26. APPLICATIONS
  27. 27. eGovernment should expand throughout the territory #6WORLDWIDE e-Participation #10WORLDWIDE e-Government 2ndcountryinLatin Americaandthe Caribbean:
 e-Government
  28. 28. Colombia NewVice Minister ITDrive the software industry, hardware and services in the country CIO
  29. 29. Services Conceptualization and plannig Marketing and distribution Development and production FiTi Strengthening the country’s IT industry Human Talent V.E.S I+D+I Entrepreneurship Quality/ V.T.P.s Infrastructure Associativity Regulation Encouraging the transformation of IT industry
  30. 30. ICT´s have a big impact Cyber-security Governement IT architecture Citizen service Health JUSTICe
  31. 31. ICT´s have a big impact Cyber- security Governement it architecture Servicio al ciudadano health JUSTICe Creation in partnership with United Nations It is the implementation of a system for propelling the IT industry worldwide by: Innovation nodes to develop araconcrete responses to real needs and country priorities
  32. 32. +60,6% micro, small and Media Business using ICT
  33. 33. APPS.coI want to learn bootcamps Entrepreneurs initiative new businesses entrepreneurs and startups looking for investment BOOTCAMPS IDEAtIoN ACELERACtioNCONSOLIDAtIoN ¿Do you have an idea? Consolidation Aceleration Apps.Co pass from incubator to accelerator, with a focus on transforming value chains   Value chaintransformation
  34. 34. Digital talent development Technical, technological, bachelor and master degrees in ICT careers $54MILLONES MIL 88% in social stratum1 y 2 12 % in social stratum 3,4 y 5
  35. 35. In the year 2014 the Digital Ecosystem of the country will accomplish: SUPPLY DIGITAL ECOSYSTEM INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES APPLICATIONS USERS DEMAND SOURCE: World Bank “Building broadband: Strategies and policies for the developing world”, January 2010
  36. 36. USERS
  37. 37. Vive Digital centers 899Vive Digital centers even in the furthest areas of the country
  38. 38. Strengthening the digital content industry 17 Closeto USD15millones viveLabs Cali Manizales Cauca Bogotá Pereira Nariño Montería Atlántico Medellín Cartagena Boyacá Quindío Huila Casanare Bucaramanga Sucre Meta
  39. 39. Opportunities from digital content Co-production agreements between public TV and convergent international houses 39.000 million pesos
  40. 40. We are certifing Digital Citizens Civil servants and teachers in 20141.083.000
  41. 41. Responsible use of ICT People
 Trained 1.000.000 GOAL2014
  42. 42. INFRAESTRUCTURAInspiration: One of the values of Plan Vive Digital Appropiation from the usual Effective use Internet Utility Use ICT in a responsable manner in low income communities through obligatory social service for 
 48.000 students
  43. 43. We build Vive Digital Regional together with the regions X Governors Mayors Universities Private Sector
  44. 44. WE ARE REDUCING POVERTY WE ARE IMPROVING COMPETITIVENESS AND PRODUCTIVITY WE ARE CREATING JOBS
  45. 45. @DiegoMolanoVega www.diegomolano.com

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