CORPORATE VENTURE CAPITAL: WHAT WORKS AND WHAT DOESN¿T. A REVIEW OF EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE IN SPAIN
The primary objective of this paper is to comprehend and explain the factors that contribute to a successful or unsuccessful investment project and the significance of corporate venture funds to large corporations. Also, to reflect whether or not corporate innovation tools actually work and to what extent they are more advantageous than traditional sources of funding. My goal for this dissertation is to find out about current CVC investments made by Spanish companies today and what they are doing to make it work. On the other side I¿ll be analyzing what has been done in past CVC investments that haven¿t worked out and I¿ll be writing conclusions of what works and what doesn¿t when it comes to these investments as well as tips for improval.
Trabajo Fin de Grado leído en la Universidad Rey Juan Carlos en el curso académico 2022/2023. Directores/as: Sandra Flores Ureba, Vera Gelashvili
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