Annual Review

Another good year for corporate venturing
Annual review: 2018
Why private market strategies are outperforming public ones
The astonishing development of the private capital markets for fast-growing companies in the past five years is easy to record but only when put against public markets does the transformation in liquidity become apparent.
The most important trends of 2018 and the big issues…
In our annual survey of corporate venturing industry leaders, we asked what were the most important trends in 2017 and sought their insights into the big opportunities of 2018.
2018 in three charts
We present you three charts that summarise some of the major trends and highlights in corporate venturing from 2018 and years prior
Energy sector grows again
Sector report: Energy
Strong third quarter for corporate venturing
The following is a snapshot of the data we have collected on investment activity over the past three months. To verify reported deals, we contact about 300 corporate investors each quarter – these comprise roughly 18% of the global CVCs we cover, but account for most of the deals that are made public.
GCV-BMG 2018 CVC trends and insights project

Other News

Corporate venturing growth continued through 2017
Annual analysis: 2017
The Global Corporate Venturing Survey 2018
Kaloyan Andonov, GCV Analytics, presents the results of The Global Corporate Venturing Survey 2018, our annual survey on the state of corporate venturing conducted in cooperation with Stanford University and Insead Business School.
2017 Roundup: Salesforce
The customer relationship management software producer launched four specialist funds with $250m of capital and scored big on the IPO exit front.
2017 Roundup: Tencent
Tencent added huge private equity deals to investments in the likes of Meituan-Dianping, Go-Jek and Flipkart before a run of huge IPOs late in the year.

Editor's Picks

2017 Roundup: Salesforce
The customer relationship management software producer launched four specialist funds with $250m of capital and scored big on the IPO exit front.
2017 Roundup: Tencent
Tencent added huge private equity deals to investments in the likes of Meituan-Dianping, Go-Jek and Flipkart before a run of huge IPOs late in the year.
2017 Roundup: Alphabet
The Google owner committed big money to Lyft and Airbnb as GV increased its late-stage deals, formed an AI fund called Gradient and exited from Snap and Cloudera in IPOs.
2017 Roundup: SoftBank
The telecommunications group raised almost $98bn for its Vision Fund and dominated the tech VC space in 2017.
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