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CIV April 2016 Updates – Advancing the Venture Ecosystem

updatesDear friend,

I am writing to share the latest CIV developments, activities, events and news.

  1. The Mission of CIV Update: Impact Policy Makers
  2. Request for Information Tender: Bring our History of Venture Timeline to Life and Receive $25,000
  3. Guest Post – Engaging Stakeholders for Strategy Making: Participation or Inclusion?
  4. The DNA of Private Equity at the 2016 WHU Private Equity Conference – Prof. Eli Talmor
  5. Partner with CIV at Your Next Venture Related Event
  6. Intro to the Venture Ecosystem for the EU Brain Course – Prof. Yesha Sivan
  7. Planning a Course on Venture and Innovation – Enrich it With Our Resources!
  8. New Member Resources – Videos of the 2015 Water Venture Workshop

Regards,

Prof. Yesha Y. Sivan, Executive Director
Coller Institute of Venture at Tel Aviv University

(1) The Mission of CIV Update: Impact Policy Makers
The essence of venture is developing ideas into innovation, turning them into businesses and creating up new companies. A successful venture creates value to the users of the new product or service; value to the entrepreneurs; and value to the investors – private, institutional and governmental alike.We see venture as a critical aspect of the modern economy, and our mission is to facilitate the global fast-paced, high-value venture ecosystem and to compress the value chain all the way from innovation through to institutional investors.
(2) Request for Information Tender: Bring our History of Venture Database to Life and Receive $25,000
The Coller Institute of Venture is now accepting responses to a Request for Information (RFI) on possible visualization applications for its History of Venture database.
Should a proposal be selected for implementation, its author can expect to be engaged in a contract of up to $25,000 for development and deployment, plus up to $5,000 per annum for subsequent maintenance.
Find out more and download the detailed RFI
(3) New Guest Post: Engaging Stakeholders for Strategy Making: Participation or Inclusion?
by Daniel Mack, PhD candidate and Prof. Gabriel Szulanski (INSEAD, Singapore).
The post relates to multi-party, multi-stakeholder decision situations that generally could be found in VC decision making contexts or in startups where entrepreneurs have to coordinate decisions across different stakeholders (e.g. employees, investors etc.).
Daniel Mack received the CIV Best PhD Proposal Award in December 2015.
Read the full post
Members of our community wishing to share their insights and ideas in a guest post at the CIV website, are welcome to read earlier guest posts and follow the guidelines for guest post submission.
(4) Prof. Eli Talmor, Chairman of the Coller Institute of Venture, gave an invited talk titled “The DNA of Private Equity and the Creation of Operational Alpha” at the WHU Private Equity Conference 2016.
The meeting took place at the Vallendar campus of WHU – The Otto Beisheim School of Management, on March 31st-April 1st, 2016. The WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management is one of the most renowned German business schools, with the best MBA ranking in Germany.
Read more
(5) Partner with CIV at your next event.
Planning a conference, webinar or workshop? We can help.
Read more and download CIV and Your Event

(6) CIV Executive Director, Prof. Yesha Sivan, spoke about the venture ecosystem at the EU Brain Course, organized by the Sagol School of Neuroscience.

Watch the lecture online

(7) Enrich your course with our resources
Planning a conference, webinar or workshop? We can help.
Read more and download CIV and Your Course

(8) New Member Resources: Water Venture

Videos from the 2015 Tel-Aviv-Lisbon Water Venture Workshop are available for on our website to members of our community. 

We invite you to watch the presentation videos spanning topics such as:

  • Marine renewable energies
  • Marine robotic and communication systems
  • Deep sea biology and biofilm technology
  • Water monitoring and forecasting technologies

among others.

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