Corporate investment may still be male dominated, but these 39 women are shaking up the profession in Latin America.
The European industrial group has formed a unit which will invest in early-stage life sciences and biotech developers through a team headed by Paolo Di Giorgio.
The country’s biggest CVC-as-a-service firm says it is an optimal time to invest in startups as corporate interest in innovation soars.
Nicole LeBlanc has left Danish venture firm 2150 and relocated to Japan to reprise the partner role at Toyota’s Woven Capital unit.
The corporate is set to split its investment staff into two regional teams under Alex Clavel and Greg Moon, following some 150 job losses.
Oil and gas majors have seen a lot of turnover in senior CVC roles over the past year.
Catherine Lenson, the first female managing partner at Softbank, has left the corporate venture arm of the Japanese technology conglomerate.
M12, a Microsoft Venture Fund, has hired Jason McBride as a partner, after working as the corporation's director of business development for two years
Phoebe Wang announced she has left Shell Ventures, the corporate venturing arm of the UK-based oil and gas corporation, to join Amazon Climate Pledge Fund. Wang served nearly four years at Shell Ventures, working as the firm’s investment director, where she developed and implemented investment strategies and oversaw a $2bn fund. Wang told GCV, […]
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Daiichi Sankyo has hired Shun Asami, previously senior investment director and San Francisco division head at Eisai Innovation.
EnBW New Ventures has brought in renewable energy expert Melanie Beyersdorf to bolster its investment team.
Companies that struggle with early corporate venturing efforts will often turn to CVC-as-a-service, says Bill Reichert of Pegasus Ventures.
In the run-up to the float, Porche's investment arm had invested in 18 companies, from hypercars to EV batteries and even bikes.