Corporate Venture Capital Forum

CorporateVentureCapitalForum

El próximo 25 de mayo se celebra en el Centro de Innovación BBVA el evento Corporate Venture Capital Forum que pretende reunir a los principales actores del Venture Capital en España y el resto del mundo, tanto a nivel académico como por parte de empresas privadas. Se trata de un interesante evento recomendado para los emprendedores que quieran conocer mejor cómo es el ecosistema inversor en las grandes empresas más allá de los business angel de los que hablamos con tanta frecuencia por aquí. El acceso al evento es gratuito, solo os tenéis que apuntar a través de la web. Para los interesados en asistir os dejo el programa del evento:

9.30 h. Opening and welcome. Carlos Torres, Head of Strategy and Corporate Development BBVA.

9:45 h. Framing the Problem. Analysis of Corporate Venture Capital’s objectives, challenges, organizational approaches, historical results and current situation
Ken Morse, Serial Entrepreneur and Visiting Professor at ESADE Business School.
Juan Roure, Professor of Entrepreneurship, IESE Business School.
Javier Santiso, Professor of Economics, ESADE Business School.
Moderator: Ignacio Abengoechea, Senior Principal, McKinsey.

10:45 h. International Experiences. Lessons learned by different corporations with extensive experience in the development of Corporate Venture Capital programs .
José María Blanc, Managing Director, Intel Capital.
Girish Nadkarni, Head of ABB Technology Ventures.
Javier García, Vice President of Business Development, Eli Lilly.
Moderator: Toby Lewis, Global Corporate Venturing.

12:30 h. New Initiatives in Spain. Presentation of various Corporate Venture Capital programs currently under development by Spanish corporations.
Juan Manuel Barrionuevo, Seed, Venture and Growth Capital Funds,Telefónica.
Ricardo Forcano, Executive Director of Corporate Development, BBVA.
Ignacio Estella, Director of Business Origination, Iberdrola.
Moderator: Daniel Sánchez, Spanish Venture Capital Association.

13:45 h. Closure Remarks
Ken Morse, Serial Entrepreneur and Visiting Professor at ESADE Business School.