On Wednesday, April 3 ACVC, together with SOFOFA, CORFO and Telefónica organized a discussion on Corporate Venturing. Attendees, from more than 30 large companies, spoke mainly about the tools used for collaboration with startups; investment, acceleration and scaling, open innovation initiatives that are being carried out today, or soon to be carried out by these same companies.

In the activity, Telefónica, ACVC partners, announced that they will carry out the second version of “Corporate Venturing in Latin America”, with the support of Corfo. This report is the first to be carried out in the region, launching very interesting results with respect to the industry; 18.4%; of companies are interacting with emerging startups of E-Commerce and Technology, Insurance and the Financial Sector, 16.2% and Telecommunications companies, 11.8%. The full report can be downloaded in the following link, www.corporateventuringlatam.com

Executives participated in the discussion was; Movistar, SOFOFA, Corfo, ACVC, Latam, Orion Solutions, Manutara Ventures, InvestChile, Cementos Bío Bío, Carolina Carrasco, BID Lab, Mutual Security, Transbank, Sonda, CChC, Agrosuper, Sodimac, BCI, Banco Estado, Everis, Globalvía, Enel Chile, Ernst & Young, Engie, Equifax, Sura Chile, Enap, Corporate Venturing Latam.

Lode Verdeyen, CEO Engie Factory, ACVC member
Claudio Barahona, CEO Wayra Chile (ACVC member), Roberto Muñoz, CEO Movistar Chile, María de los Ángeles Romo, corporative manager Corfo, and Bernardo Larraín, SOFOFA chairman
Pablo Traub, Managing Partner of Manutara Ventures and ACVC chairman

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