Many corporates want to innovate outside of their core business and spin out startups to create new revenue streams. However, founding a company is associated with challenges and often results in unnecessary costs. Corporate venture builders (also called “company builders” or “startup factories”) aim to solve this problem by providing the most critical success factor: a dedicated, entrepreneurial team with a proven track record that can avoid common mistakes when launching a venture. Check out our guide to discover if corporate venture building is suitable for you and what different forms there are.
Definition of a venture builder and comparison with other incubators
Why should you work with a venture builder – and when should you not?
Spot conceptual differences between venture building approaches and explore use cases
In the guide, you will gain an overview of the best known venture building models:
- Internal venture building units
- Corporate venture building as a service
- Corporate venture building partnership
- Corporate venture building and venture capital partnership
- Pure corporate venture capital