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Corporate Venture Capitals (CVC)

Corporate venture funds are investment funds that are owned and managed by one company and invest in startups with high potential. They do not always pursue direct profit and might be more interested in supporting new technologies or launching new partnerships.

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SoftBank Capital provides venture funding and strategic support to exceptional entrepreneurs building disruptive enduring businesses. They are a small team of experienced entrepreneurs and investors who take an "active" approach to helping their companies reach their full potential. They manage $600 million across three funds and invest across a company… See more

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UBS is a global wealth manager, a leading, global investment banking and securities firm, and one of the largest global asset managers. In Switzerland, UBS is the market leader in retail and commercial banking. By combining your talent with their strength, they can achieve great results. It works with individuals, families, institutions, and… See more