Ezra Carlson

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Syndicated corporate venturing: what all companies can learn from life sciences

Syndicated corporate venturing: what all companies can learn from life sciences

The arrival of new technologies such as machine learning, biotechnology, AI and quantum computing, means that there is a greater need for companies to invest earlier in the lifecycle.

To do so requires different approaches to corporate venturing. The model that has already evolved in the life sciences is one that could be adapted by companies more widely to achieve this.

See my full article that appeared on the 14 September 2021 in Sifted online

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