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Proof of Concept (PoC) Management

Running a successful CVC unit is hard—it keeps even the most seasoned executives up at night. What’s the optimal fund structure for your organization? Should you prioritize strategic or financial returns? How do you provide value early and get executive buy in for the long-term? There are generic answers to these questions, and then there are the right ones for your organization. This recorded webinar tackles one of the most critical questions for any CVC: how to manage a successful Proof of Concept (PoC). Get actionable insights on this subject, including:

  • Mistakes to avoid in sourcing
  • 3 ways to fail before you’ve even started a PoC
  • Principles for setting up a successful PoC

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