Venture capital is commonly referred to as a people business. Intel Capital, the corporate venturing unit of technology company Intel, has adopted that approach more than most by accessing a diaspora of former employees to help syndicate deals, and thousands of entrepreneurial executives it has backed over nearly 30 years.

Since its launch in 1991, Intel Capital has invested a total of $12.5bn in more than 1,550 startups, focusing on artificial intelligence, autonomous technology, data centres and cloud, 5G, next-generation computing and a range of other disruptive technologies. Wendell Brooks, president of Intel Capital and chairman of the GCV Leadership Society, took the reins of…

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