An early-stage supply chain technology venture capitalist argues for connected platforms and ecosystems in logistics technology as a means to create more customer value than is currently possible.
We examine why Family Offices seeking exposure to early-stage technology venture capital should partner with emerging venture capital firms. We propose a partnership model rather than the narrative in the media that pushes outright rivalry. We outline 9 different approaches by which family offices can engage with the community of emerging venture fund managers. We feature commentary from practitioners. This report is uniquely deeply researched and is meant for senior decision makers at family offices in any part of the world seeking some help as they try to make sense of large volumes of sometimes contradictory and confusing information that is difficult to synthesize. and distil into actionable conclusions.
Fujitsu and Hamburg Port Authority announce a milestone in the use of quantum-inspired algorithms to solve port congestion problems.
An emerging venture capital fund manager examines criticisms of AngelList’s Rolling Funds product and offers an exhaustive and thorough explanation about why investors should hold judgement.
Originally published at www.refashiond.com on Friday, October 18, 2019. Note: 3,749 Words, 14 Minutes Reading Time Authors: Brian Laung Aoaeh, CFA, and Lisa Morales-Hellebo The world is a supply chain. It’s that simple. But what does that really mean? Whether we like it or not, current economic, political, social, and technology trends will compel more people to […]
Note: A version of this article was first published on July 31, 2019 at Port Technology. The innovations required to reinvent global supply chains will not happen without collaboration. This article describes our experience facilitating such collaborations, starting in late 2017. In late 2016 and early 2017, I spent a lot of time studying trucking […]