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What is the appetite for global university-industry collaboration?
The challenges around international tie-ups.
Accessing innovation: corporate executives in unfamiliar territory?
Because senior management may have a deep understanding of the sector and the specific needs of the corporate sponsor, it seems easy to assume that involving them in the selection process will help the corporate venture capitalist (CVC) pick the right startups to support.
Why your corporate venture fund needs a gender strategy
The movement for venture capitalists to adopt a gender strategy is growing in size and influence. In 2018, there were 87 private funds deploying capital with a gender lens, up from 58 the year before. 
US-China FDI goes cold while venture capital heats up
With trade talks between the US and China running hot and cold, it is easy to get sucked into daily trade war updates with their unexpected tariff announcements.
Accessing innovation: what’s the value in a corporate venture fund?
Setting up a corporate venture capital (CVC) fund can be one of the most efficient and effective ways to attract external innovation to a large enterprise. Done wrong, it can also be a colossal waste of money, brains and time.
Increased corporate venture partnering in healthcare is reshaping industries
Corporate venture capitalists’ growing role in financing innovation is undeniable. In 2018, according to CB Insights, CVCs invested $52bn in US startups, an historic high and more than triple the $15.2bn they invested in 2013.
Diverse voices
Ahead of this month’s launch of GCV’s Diversity and Inclusion report, experts on the GCV Leadership Society D&I committee share their journeys
BMW’s great innovation fail – 10 ways to do better…
The news of BMW CEO Harald Krüger’s impeding ‘retirement’, which broke in July, was hardly a shock, as the writing was on the wall for years.

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After the honeymoon ends: making corporate-startup relationships work
Accelerating market forces are pressuring even well-established companies to innovate and tap new markets to stay ahead of the competition.
Can corporate engagement with startups be not-for-profit?
Engagement of large corporates with startups can contribute to innovations in a big way. Size, resources and efficient processes of big companies complement the ideas, agility and risk-taking orientation of the startups to spur innovative solutions.
Unmasking smart capital: a taxonomy of CVC unit types
Corporate venture capital (CVC) units help their ventures flourish by offering value-adding services. Effective CVC initiatives offer services that help ventures design, implement, and manage activities to create and capture value.
Multinational corporates storm the Israeli market
Comment from Eze Vidra, managing partner, Remagine Ventures
Facebook coin brings crypto adoption closer
Comment from Jalak Jobanputra, founder, Future Perfect Ventures
Venture capital desperately needs more governance
Comment from Scott Lenet, president, Touchdown Ventures

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Accessing innovation: what’s the value in a corporate venture fund?
Setting up a corporate venture capital (CVC) fund can be one of the most efficient and effective ways to attract external innovation to a large enterprise. Done wrong, it can also be a colossal waste of money, brains and time.
Impact investing – time to capture market potential
Sometimes one bottom line is not enough. Many investors are no longer satisfied simply by turning a profit. More and more also want their investments to generate a positive impact in the world.
Corporate Venturing: A Survival Guide
A lean, practical guide to developing high-performance Corporate Venturing (CV) programs.  A compilation of ‘straight-talk’ rules around what matters most, why & when, with profiles of leading CV programs that demonstrate real impact and staying power.
GCV Symposium Day One: The morning session
A speech by UK minister Graham Stuart was followed by discussions on topics such as new markets, external CVC collaboration and risk versus return.
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