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Bringing the best and brightest into the industry
Special report: Mentoring the next generation of leaders
No one ever steps in the same river twice
October issue editorial by James Mawson, editor-in-chief
The future of energy: Different horses for different courses
Kaloyan Andonov of GCV spoke to Geert van de Wouw, vice-president at Shell Ventures, the venturing subsidiary of Anglo-Dutch oil and gas major Shell about the future of energy and how the rebranded venturing arm under his command tackles it.
Stacking the odds in universities’ favour
University corner: Activity has been steadily ramping up during September
You may beat an algorithm today – what about tomorrow?
Comment from Sloane Ortel, curator and commentator, CFA Institute, and Ashby Monk, executive and research director, Stanford Global Projects Centre
Next-gen CVC – our team crosses borders, breaks boundaries
Comment from Jonas Svedlund, general counsel and head of business development, GE Ventures
BP Ventures in China – land of opportunity
Tom Whitehouse, contributing editor, spoke to Jin Hu, BP Ventures’ Shanghai-based China lead, about how she is re-adapting to her country of birth after 16 years in the UK. Hu also set out the strategic rationale behind BP’s $10m backing of Nio Capital and pledged to demonstrate value to venture investors in China.
MTN’s innovation shift from large to small
Comment from Herman Singh, group chief digital officer, MTN

News Continued

Europe's most important budget
Editor-in-chief James Mawson takes an in-depth look at what the Horizon Europe budget needs to achieve.
The future of energy based on inclusion
Tom Whitehouse, contributing editor, interviewed Barbara Burger about Chevron Technology Ventures’ new Future Energy Fund and GCV’s Venture Houston conference next month, which she is co-chairing and Chevron is co-sponsoring.
How to lose the innovation arms race
Outsized returns: betting against the crowd
We recently set out to test our view on the next big tech trends against the view of external experts. To determine the latter, we performed a count of technology references from blue-chip tech prediction pieces.
How the best corporate venturers keep getting better

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Editorial: Europe's most important budget
Analysis: Tencent-backed IPOs
Since the beginning of 2017, Global Corporate Venturing (GCV) Analytics has tracked and seen a number of companies backed by China-based internet company Tencent go public in Hong Kong and the US.
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