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A peek inside the hidden, messy world of corporate venture capital

Stanford case study by Brian Rinker, insights by Stanford Business

Mar 17, 2022

Managing “forced” technology transfer in emerging markets: The case of China

Major challenges that foreign multinational corporations (MNCs) face when doing business in emerging markets, such as China, can be conceptualized in terms of the risks that host countries' institutions present to them.

Feb 16, 2022

An investigation into the investment practices of venture capital firms in China:…

This is a provisional study ahead of a full paper presented at the annual conference of the Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (ISBE) in Cardiff, Wales, in 2021.

Feb 16, 2022

Why Do Incumbents Fund Startups? A Study of the Antecedents of Corporate…

Entrepreneurial ventures are an important source of economic growth and technological advance. China is a vibrant entrepreneurial setting, second only to the US in total startup numbers and funding amounts.

Feb 16, 2022

Who should serve on your corporation’s investment committee?

Five qualifications to keep your organization from making dysfunctional decisions

Feb 16, 2022

Unleashing the innovation power of alliances

The development and deployment of covid-19 vaccines in less than a year was a stunning achievement for science. But it also illustrated the power of a particular kind of partnership: the strategic alliance.

Feb 16, 2022

Two ways corporates can support women entrepreneurs

Corporate venture capital (CVC) teams are responsible for 24% of all venture capital investment, accelerating hundreds of startups a year. Yet CVC teams are potentially missing out on investment opportunities by not doing more to actively seek out and support women entrepreneurs with bankable projects.

Feb 16, 2022
Feb 16, 2022

The Ethical AI Challenge

Insights from Global Corporate Venturing 2021 by Emmanuel Benhamou, managing director, EAIGG

Feb 9, 2022

The GCV Institute - 2021 in review and 2022 lookahead

In February 2022, the GCV Institute celebrates its first birthday with the launch of the first corporate venture capital (CVC) operational and performance benchmarking platform. This will serve as a reference point for CVC strategic and operational planning as well as provide timely best practices data for the Institute’s professional development curriculum.

Feb 9, 2022

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