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Flexibility will capture the new decade’s opportunities
January 2020 issue editorial by James Mawson, editor in chief
Corporate Venturing in 2019: The roundup
SoftBank and WeWork cast the biggest shadow, but the year saw a raft of huge corporate-backed IPOs while fintech and Latin America each had a big 12 months.
Decade ends on a high
The final month of any year is often a poignant one; more so when it closes a decade.
Levelling the playing field
Why do demographic ratios change and some stay the same?
Roaring into the 2020s
It is easy enough to think of artificial intelligence and quantum technologies as modern concepts, as futuristic as they sound and as far-reaching their impact has the potential to be.
Who cares about the ‘invention factories’?
November issue editorial by James Mawson, editor-in-chief
Being the cool kid
October issue editorial by James Mawson, editor in chief

Other News

Editorial: Japan’s venture sun rises with its potential
Introduction to Corporate Venturing and Japan Q4 2019 by James Mawson, editor-in-chief, Global Corporate Venturing
The summer reset points to a new ‘on’ status
Summer breaks (for readers in the northern hemisphere) are a good opportunity to reflect and do something different, the human equivalent of switching the computer off and on again.
Europe looks to blended finance for impact
Since the start of his mandate in 2014, European Commissioner Carlos Moedas has been in strong support of the setting up of a European Innovation Council (EIC) for breakthrough, market-creating innovation, with a focus on smart funding, smart investment and smart regulation, to make Europe 'the place to be' for innovators.”
A lack of vision will come to haunt us all
It seems like only yesterday that Global University Venturing celebrated breaking through 2,000 deals in its database, but at the time of writing we are already at more than 3,200 investments and exits.
Europe’s position narrows as disruption unfolds
Social network Facebook’s plans to launch the Libra blockchain and native cryptocurrency, its custodial wallet and subsidiary Calibra, programming language Move and its governing body the Libra Association based in Geneva, Switzerland, certainly took most of the attention this month.
Fresh opportunities for corporate venturers
June issue editorial by James Mawson, editor in chief

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Corporate Venturing in 2019: The roundup
SoftBank and WeWork cast the biggest shadow, but the year saw a raft of huge corporate-backed IPOs while fintech and Latin America each had a big 12 months.
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