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The Innovation Challenge In The Twenty First Century – Part II

Anik Bose General Partner at BGV shares his perspective on “going back to the basics” to create successful innovation in corporations in this second part of a two-part blog (please click here to access the first part, where I discussed the increase in number of tools for sourcing corporate innovation in recent days – http://benhamouglobalventures.com/2016/09/28/the-innovation-challenge-in-the-twenty-first-century/)
  • 4 Oct, 2016
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The Innovation Challenge In The Twenty First Century

Anik Bose General Partner at BGV shares his perspective on the Innovation challenge for Corporations in this first of a two-part blog. When I was the executive responsible for innovation at 3Com (as SVP Corporate Development) in the late 1990’s my team and I relied on 3Com Ventures as the primary vehicle to source innovation.
  • 28 Sep, 2016
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Prescriptive Analytics: The Ultimate Self Help Tool

In this special guest feature, Guy Yehiav, CEO at Profitect, discusses how prescriptive anaytics holds the keys to efficiency with the least amount of risk and the fastest time to value. Prior to Profitect, Guy Yehiav served as Vice President Sales & Strategy for Oracle’s Value Chain Planning Solutions where he was responsible for sales, strategy
  • 6 Sep, 2016
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Achieving Regulatory Agility With RegTech

As transaction volumes grow exponentially in the digital world it is accompanied by a rapid increase in fraud, money laundering and the compliance costs. David Andrews, Director of Marketing at Identity Mind Global and Eric Buatois, General Partner at BGV are sharing their perspective. Since October 2015, online e-commerce fraud has jumped 11% in the US. In
  • 17 Aug, 2016
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The Industrial Internet Of Things – An Investor Perspective

Anik Bose (BGV General Partner) shares his perspective on the industrial internet of things (IIOT). Over the past 18 months we have seen a sizeable chunk of our deal flow coming from the IIOT sector. During this time we have also engaged in active dialogue with larger technology firms that are playing an important role
  • 5 Aug, 2016
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The Digital transformation of Health Care

Anik Bose (General partner at BGV) and Ranjeet Vidwans (CMO at Blue Cedar Networks) share their perspective on the transformation underway in the Healthcare economy. The Digital transformation of the Healthcare economy is being driven by several trends. These include: The push towards Triple Aim – improving the experience of care, improving the health of
  • 12 Jul, 2016
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What’s Next On the Container Innovation Horizon?

Alon Dulce, BGV Intern (and MBA Graduate from Kellogg School of Management) shares his perspective on the next phase of IT infrastructure innovation around containers. The adoption of containers is poised to become one of the most disruptive trends impacting IT infrastructure since virtualization. Companies are adopting containers at an exponential rate, and especially in
  • 28 Jun, 2016
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Active Investing In Early Stage Technology Startups

Anik Bose, BGV General Partner shares his perspective on VC value-add in early stage start-ups. Venture Capital firms invest significant effort to convince tech founders to accept their financing deals, often citing the active role they will play in helping the founder build the company (i.e. beyond money/smart money). Vineet Jain, CEO and co-founder of
  • 26 May, 2016
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Eric Buatois on KQED – Why This Silicon Valley Slowdown Isn’t Like a Bursting Bubble

By Jessica Placzek, April 22, 2016: We’ve heard a lot about the tech boom in recent years, but now there are signs around Silicon Valley that it’s cooling off. “The hiring itself has slowed down,” says Kris Stadelman, director of the Nova Job Center in Sunnyvale. But she adds that we ought to put that slowdown in perspective. “This
  • 22 Apr, 2016
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