(1) CIV City Cases: Discover and Submit your Case — discover how cities developed their venture ecosystems and submit your own case
(2) The Impact of Brexit on the London Tech Ecosystem — watch our new video and read the in-depth article by Eze Vidra
(3) Shay Rishoni (Prize4Life) on the Prize Model for Financing ALS Research — read a new guest post on Financing Venture
(4) Nir Vulkan (Oxford) on the Trade-Off Between Ownership and Investment in Crowdfunding — read the results of a CIV-sponsored research
(5) CIV Held an Annual Appreciation Day at Tel Aviv University — view photos of the event
Prof. Yesha Y. Sivan, Executive Director
Coller Institute of Venture at Tel Aviv University
(1) CIV City Cases: Discover and Submit your Case — As part of our research into City Venture, we present a variety of cases, each devoted to a single city. These describe, in a standard format, the experience of each city in developing its venture ecosystem, with special attention to the strengths and weaknesses, key factors and institutions that affect the city’s success. We offer you to participate by submitting your own City Case.
Discover CIV City Cases
Submit your own city case
(2) The Impact of Brexit on the London Tech Ecosystem — With Brexit looming, the uncertainty about London’s economic future is at its peak. What happens next? Can London survive the separation from the European Union? Watch our video on the impact of Brexit on the London venture ecosystem and our recommendations for No. 10 Downing st.
Watch the video on YouTube
Read the article by Eze Vidra in CVR Issue 5
(3) Shay Rishoni (Prize4Life) on the Prize Model for Financing ALS Research — Prize4Life is a non-profit organization dedicated to accelerating the discovery of treatments and cures for ALS. Prize4Life chose an unusual path for accelerating the way to a cure for ALS: the Prize Model, which allows it to invest not in the problem but in the solution. Why are prizes the best way to finance research? Read the answer in a guest post by Shay Rishoni
(4) Nir Vulkan (Oxford) on the Trade-Off Between Ownership and Investment in Crowdfunding — Equity crowdfunding is a recent FinTech innovation, allowing entrepreneurs to raise funding from “crowd” investors who can individually invest in a campaign, in return for equity shares. Read a guest post by Nir Vulkan (Oxford Business School) to understand what factors explain the decision of entrepreneurs to take overfunding — a research partially funded by a CIV research grant.
|(5) CIV Held an Annual Appreciation Day at Tel Aviv University — on 19-Jun-2017, the Coller Institute of Venture held its annual appreciation day, to honor our partners and vendors both in and outside of TAU and share recent achievements and plans for the future.|
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