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Corporate venturing enablers

Date: 01/11/2021 Author(s): Mª Julia Prats; Josemaria Siota Document type: Non-refereed article To boost corporate-startup innovations, established companies -- such as Amazon, Alibaba and Henkel -- are leveraging enabler institutions. Each corporate venturing enabler offers distinct advantages -- from independent knowledge to opportunity deal-flow, cost de-risking, network effects and more. Interviews with 95 innovation leaders and 100+ examples ... More information

Open Innovation

Date: 01/10/2021 Author(s): Josemaria Siota; Mª Julia Prats Document type: Study and Monograph Companies such as Amazon, Alibaba, and Henkel are already innovating with start-ups by leveraging the capabilities of private accelerators, universities, venture capital firms, and more. The latter are some of the so-called corporate venturing enablers―institutions, within an innovation ecosystem, that facilitate a resource or activity in the collaboration ... More information Read related article

Three ways to de-risk corporate-startup innovation

Date: 01/09/2020 Author(s): Josemaria Siota; Mª Julia Prats Document type: Opinion Corporations are under extra pressure to innovate faster with tighter budgets. An opportunity or resource today may be gone in 30 days. Global market volatility has intensified between two to six times in past months, according to proxies such as the CBOE Volatility Index. Companies are also struggling to beat more competitors hunting the same top-tier ... More information

Corporate venturing Latam

Date: 01/04/2020 Author(s): Josemaria Siota; Mª Julia Prats Document type: Study and Monograph El fenómeno del corporate venturing, que consiste en la colaboración de empresas establecidas y startups innovadoras, avanza en todo el mundo. Sin embargo, hay muy poca información sobre las prácticas en América Latina. Este estudio rastrea la adopción de este tipo de alianzas en la región y realiza recomendaciones específicas. More information

Corporate Venturing: Insights for European Leaders in Government, University and Industry

Date: 01/02/2020 Author(s): Josemaria Siota; Andrea Alunni; Paola Riveros-Chacón; Mark Wilson Document type: Study and Monograph This study provides an overview of what corporate venturing is and its potential impact on the technology transfer field. It outlines some relevant aspects, frequent models and current trends. Based on a brief literature review and consultation of a few experts, the analysis provides some recommendations for European leaders in government, university ... More information Read related article

Corporate Venturing Latam: Corporate Giants' Collaboration with Start-Ups in Latin America

Date: 01/01/2020 Author(s): Josemaria Siota; Mª Julia Prats Document type: Study and Monograph Linking established firms to innovative start-ups, corporate venturing is happening across the globe, but there's scant information available on the practice in Latin America -- until now. This study tracks regional adoption and makes site-specific recommendations. More information Read related article

Open Innovation: Corporate-venturing success cases tackling the most common challenges

Date: 01/02/2019 Author(s): Mª Julia Prats; Josemaria Siota; Isabel Martinez-Monche; Yair Martínez Document type: Study and Monograph How companies such as Adidas, Intel, SAP, Siemens and Telefónica are tackling the most frequent challenges applying corporate venturing? Based on 120+ interviews with firms? chief innovation officers and those in related roles in the United States, Europe and Asia, the study sets out 22 cases whose protagonists describe the barriers they faced, how ... More information Read related article

Open Innovation: Balancing the autonomy and the impact of your corporate venturing unit

Date: 01/02/2019 Author(s): Mª Julia Prats; Josemaria Siota; Isabel Martinez-Monche; Yair Martínez Document type: Study and Monograph When established firms and startups collaborate on innovation, getting the right mix of autonomy, control and integration is not easy. Based on over 120 interviews with chief innovation officers and those in related roles in the United States, Europe and Asia - this report explores how to setup these aspects and processes to maximize its impact. More information Read related article

Open Innovation: Increasing Your Corporate Venturing Speed While Reducing the Cost

Date: 01/01/2019 Author(s): Mª Julia Prats; Josemaria Siota; Isabel Martinez-Monche; Yair Martínez Document type: Study and Monograph How much should it cost (in time and money) to integrate opportunities' value into the parent company using corporate venturing mechanisms? How can those costs be reduced, while increasing the speed? Do the costs differ according to mechanism? Which mechanisms are quicker? And which are the most cost-effective? How long should a chief innovation officer ... More information Read related article

Open Innovation: Building, Scaling and Consolidating Your Firm's Corporate Venturing Unit

Date: 01/05/2018 Author(s): Mª Julia Prats; Josemaria Siota; Tommaso Canonici; Xavier Contijoch Document type: Study and Monograph The practice of corporate venturing is emerging at a great speed. In 70% of the cases, large firms are increasing investment in their innovation units, 60% of which were created in the last five years. Particularly, the use of some innovation mechanisms of corporate venturing (the collaboration between established companies and innovative start-ups) ... More information Read related article
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