BP Ventures in China – “I don’t expect to find limitations.”

I enjoyed speaking to Jin Hu, BP Ventures’ Shanghai-based China Lead, about how she is ‘re-adapting’ to her country of birth after 16 years in the UK. She sets out also the strategic rationale behind BP’s $10m backing of NIO Capital and pledges to demonstrate value to venture investors in China, which in her opinion … Continue reading BP Ventures in China – “I don’t expect to find limitations.”

Corporate venturing and the future of mobility, automotive & travel – April 2018

Tom Whitehouse and Kaloyan Andonov Has venturing in auto-tech peaked? CVCs plug into EV. Adventures in travel-tech This is an excerpt from ‘Corporate Venturing and the Future of Mobility, Automotive and Travel’, a new report from Global Corporate Venturing and LEIF, which is sponsored by BP Ventures, Denso International America, and JetBlue Technology Ventures. 1. … Continue reading Corporate venturing and the future of mobility, automotive & travel – April 2018

Q&A with Bonny Simi, JetBlue Technology Ventures

This is an excerpt from ‘Corporate Venturing and the Future of Mobility, Automotive and Travel’, a new report from Global Corporate Venturing and LEIF, which is sponsored by BP Ventures, Denso International America, and JetBlue Technology Ventures.      If you’re an investor or a start-up in the mobility, automotive and travel industry and have news and views of interest to the … Continue reading Q&A with Bonny Simi, JetBlue Technology Ventures

Let’s roll before we can fly: GM Ventures, Qualcomm Ventures and JetBlue Technology Ventures expect autonomous ground-based vehicles to succeed more quickly than flying cars.

Flying Cars vs Autonomous Vehicles - Which will win the race to dominate urban mobility? Part 3 This is the third in a series of articles published ahead of a debate I’m moderating between François Auque of Airbus Ventures and Jason Ball of Qualcomm Ventures at the GCV Symposium in London on the future of … Continue reading Let’s roll before we can fly: GM Ventures, Qualcomm Ventures and JetBlue Technology Ventures expect autonomous ground-based vehicles to succeed more quickly than flying cars.

Flying Cars vs Autonomous Vehicles – Which will win the race to dominate urban mobility? Part 2

Airbus Ventures backs flying cars: Interview with Thomas d’Halluin This is the second in a series of articles published ahead of a debate I’m moderating between François Auque of Airbus Ventures and Jason Ball of Qualcomm Ventures at the GCV Symposium in London on the future of urban and inter-urban transportation. The articles will be … Continue reading Flying Cars vs Autonomous Vehicles – Which will win the race to dominate urban mobility? Part 2

Flying Cars vs Autonomous Vehicles – Which will win the race to dominate urban mobility?

The oncoming dog fight between planes, connected autonomous vehicles and flying cars. Part 1. This is the first in a series of articles to be published ahead of a debate I’m moderating between François Auque of Airbus Ventures in Paris and Jason Ball of Qualcomm Ventures at the GCV Symposium in London on the future of … Continue reading Flying Cars vs Autonomous Vehicles – Which will win the race to dominate urban mobility?

Corporate VCs filling holes on the road to autonomous vehicles – Part 2: Q&A with Brian Lowry, Investment Manager at Caterpillar Ventures

I interviewed Brian Lowry for ‘Venturing and the future of mobility and automotive technology’, a Global Corporate Venturing report to be published later in November ahead of the December 1st conference in London of the same name. If you have strong views on the future of mobility and you’d like to be interviewed for the … Continue reading Corporate VCs filling holes on the road to autonomous vehicles – Part 2: Q&A with Brian Lowry, Investment Manager at Caterpillar Ventures