Corporate Venturing: Optimizing Cost and Speed in Startup Innovations
Corporate investments in startups soared to an all-time high of $73.1 billion in 2020, an increase of 24% from 2019. Yet the success rate of initiatives such as corporate venture capital, venture builders and corporate accelerators is low.
In this session, we will explore research conducted by IESE with nearly 500 chief innovation officers globally that showed that around three quarters of corporate innovation initiatives fail to deliver the desired results and look at the strategies and lessons learned by the one quarter that succeed.
Find how to improve your speed and cost in corporate startup innovation and receive a copy of the IESE study.
Please note that spaces are limited for this special interactive session for Alumni members, and prior registration is required. To offer not only insight and discussion, but also peer-to-peer learning and networking, the format will include small breakout rooms for participants to join in on the conversation.
Prof. Mª Julia Prats, Academic Director of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center, IESE
Collin Barletta, Director of M&A and Corporate Ventures, Adidas
Josemaria Siota, Executive Director of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center, IESE