Turkey: Can CVC remove the funding roadblocks for startups?
Turkey has the ingredients to be a top tech market, but it needs investors to take more risk if its startups are to get past early stage.
Reality check: Has the IRA made the US a magnet for cleantech…
The US's $369bn climate legislation, the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), promises to put the US at the forefront of the clean energy transition, but the act has its limitations.
The Big Deal: Meatable readies its lab-grown meat for market
The alternative meat sector is struggling but DSM Venturing believes there is a future for lab grown meat as regulatory hurdles are overcome.
Europe has the tools to match the US on deep tech
A growing appetite to commercialise European research is bridging the trans-Atlantic technology gap, according to Deeptech Labs’ Miles Kirby.
From AR to biochar – the thinking behind Stellantis' startup investments
Adam Bazih, head of Stellantis Ventures, says we're heading for a golden age of mobility tech as sustainable vehicles become affordable.
Six ways to increase university spinout success
Spinout creation rates vary wildly at universities and intelligent capital and corporate partners have a big role in changing the numbers.
Four things all incubators can learn from BASF's Chemovator
Invest like a VC, lean into corporate expertise, bring in external entrepreneurs and set up the unit with as much independence as possible.
JLR's InMotion moves Fearn up to principal
Louis Fearn has been promoted to principal at JLR's corporate venture arm after three years as a venture investor.