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Intangibles rule as capital markets shift
The shift towards intangibles as a primary value driver and asset in companies may have indeed made borrowing more difficult and/or costly, particularly for small firms but the risks and rewards this more hidden part of corporate life is starting to create opportunities.
Following Flipkart with Swiggy swagger
How do you follow a $16bn exit? Use your money to keep on doubling down on your winners it seems.
Carbon capture tech pioneer offers hope for the next generation
Carbon Clean Solutions has raised $16m in a round featuring Chevron Technology Ventures following an introduction at 2019's GCV Symposium.
From magic to motivational
In his book review of Ross Douthat’s the Decadent Society: How We Became the Victims of Our Own Success, investor Peter Thiel, says: “A renaissance will require motivational goals.”
Israel’s talent blossoms on world stage
Here’s a photo from our managing director for Asia, Tim Lafferty: “I’m sitting in the front row seeing the sun set behind the stage over the Mediterranean Sea and on GCV Israel 2020. We had 300 registrations between us and [co-hosts] Axis.”
The future of venture is here
There has been a ton of announcements about governments, corporations, individuals and, basically, just about everyone, tackling climate change and the other issues identified by the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Fund creativity offers risks and rewards
There is something about an established business model that is sometimes comforting even if innovation and change is often where more of the excitement lies.
US and Japan lead first-timers in January
Ahead of next week’s expected publication of Global Corporate Venturing’s February issue it is interesting to look at the GCV Analytics data on corporations making their first deal last month and where they are coming from.

Other News

Look east or west for the best returns?
It is easy for those caught in the UK equally far from China and the US to lean towards American corporate venturing news and updates given the common language and greater marketing and media attention they receive (and not just because we had our GCVI Summit in California last week).
Foreign investments in the US webinar
Join our webinar covering the new regulations on foreign investments in the US
Venture industry pays tribute and plans way ahead at GCVI…
There were some glowing tributes paid at the Global Corporate Venturing and Innovation Summit’s first day to Harvard professor Clayton Christensen who died late last week for his seminal work on disruptive innovation laid out in his book, The Innovator’s Dilemma.
Rising Stars and Emerging Leaders shine on awards night
The top 100 Global Corporate Venturing Rising Stars and Emerging Leaders celebrated their awards at a gala ceremony at the Monterey Aquarium in California last night.
US changes rules as Rising Stars expand their global sights
The US government’s efforts to change the regulatory landscape for venture capital is coming to a head with this week’s sold-out Global Corporate Venturing and Innovation Summit in California.
Happy new year to greater China
First time for 60 years the start of a western decade coincides with the start of the Chinese lunar cycle and the year of the rat - happy new year to all the venture and innovation leaders in greater China and their work to support the entrepreneurs and in making the world a better place.

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The future of venture is here
There has been a ton of announcements about governments, corporations, individuals and, basically, just about everyone, tackling climate change and the other issues identified by the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Fund creativity offers risks and rewards
There is something about an established business model that is sometimes comforting even if innovation and change is often where more of the excitement lies.
Venture industry pays tribute and plans way ahead at GCVI…
There were some glowing tributes paid at the Global Corporate Venturing and Innovation Summit’s first day to Harvard professor Clayton Christensen who died late last week for his seminal work on disruptive innovation laid out in his book, The Innovator’s Dilemma.
Rising Stars and Emerging Leaders shine on awards night
The top 100 Global Corporate Venturing Rising Stars and Emerging Leaders celebrated their awards at a gala ceremony at the Monterey Aquarium in California last night.
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