Corporate Venture Capital, Investing Variable, Startup, Venture Capital
Widyasthana, G. N. Sandhy
Wibisono, Prof Dr. Dermawan
Purwanegara, Dr. Ir. Mustika Sufiati
Siallagan, Dr. Eng. Manahan
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Digital business has grown rapidly in recent years. Many startup companies create new businesses with innovative products for their customers. The majority of these startups finance their products using Venture Capital (VC). VC model helps startups to grow, because besides providing funding, VC also offers mentorship and networking to market and other investors which very important for startups to achieve their success. Traditionally, venturing is a business with a high failure rate, but higher risks are attended with higher return for investors. Large corporations also participate using subsidiary companies called Corporate Venture Capital (CVC) to manage funds and startup investments.
CVC is a generally subjective method for making investment decisions, and needs to be replaced with a new method to minimize the risk of being too subjective. This research will look for significant variables for venture investing that will help CVC making wise investment decisions. In this paper, initial variables will be determined using a literature review and an in-depth interview with a CVC expert. This paper concludes by suggesting specific CVC investment variables for Indonesia