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A New Year’s Message From Prof. Moshe Zviran, Dean of the Coller School of Management

Dear friends and members of the CIV community, Since the inception of the Coller Institute of Venture (CIV) in 2013, the Institute has developed into a globally recognized powerhouse for the research and understanding of venture, generating new and valuable insights for scholars and practitioners alike. Jeremy Coller’s deep appreciation for the work of CIV has helped to cement his …

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CIV Represented at the Xin Forum in Tsinghua University 12-14-Sep-2017 | Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

The Tsinghua Xin Center hosted its fourth annual Forum on September 13- 14, 2017. This year's theme focused on health and sustainable development and explored the new approaches for the growth and challenges in the healthcare industry. The Forum has been a thriving platform to connect research institutions, enterprises, investors, high-tech incubators, and governments to achieve the ultimate goal of reforming the new business structure.

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Introducing the CIV 2018 Catalog

The Coller Institute of Venture proudly introduces the 2018 Coller Venture Review catalog. Here you will find the abstracts of 43 articles dealing with the evolving nature of the global venture ecosystem – with direct reference to full versions available to our members online free of charge. Download a PDF or order your free copy inside.

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Introducing CIV City Cases – Submit Your Own Case!

As part of our research into City Venture, we present a variety of CIV City Cases, each devoted to a single city. These describe, in a standard format, the experience of each city in developing its venture ecosystem. If you have intimate knowledge of the venture ecosystem story of your city, you are welcome to submit your own City Case.

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Regional Economic Development Worldwide — A Panel Session at the JDC Clusters Forum 31-Jul-2017 | The Elka Institute for Leadership and Governance, JDC, Jerusalem, Israel

The JDC Institute for Leadership and Governance focuses on the top leaders of Israel – philanthropists, lay leaders, senior government officials, mayors and municipal leaders. Its vision is to bring leaders together to achieve wide, measurable, and sustainable social impact in Israel. This includes improving the quality of life of the most vulnerable populations, and closing social gaps. One of …

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