Corporates use to struggle to get into syndicates with VCs. Now it is the VCs looking to get into a syndicate with CVCs.

Corporate venture investing strategies have evolved considerably in the last few years — they have expanded, become more global and gone from simply investing in individual startups to creating ecosystems. “CVCs are now present across the globe and this was not the case some years ago,” said Gary Dushnitsky, associate professor of strategy and entrepreneurship…

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