Developing the capabilities of organisations in order to drive innovative strategic change.
Venturing requires a strategic new approach.
We work with corporates to harness and absorb the disruptive energy of entrepreneurs and innovators.
We work with you to ensure your Innovation and Venturing strategy is aligned with your organisational goals.
Your venturing strategy should reflect a broader vision and mission. Investing in innovation is not the goal — it is how you leverage it throughout your organisation.
From Purpose to Performance
Determining the key strategic Purpose, aligning Process, Partners and delivering Performance. People are central to the change.
Using the well proven training methods and frameworks to develop the people and partners. Aimava approaches are the core to programs used in Europe, USA, China and Globally.
Building Innovative New Value Chains ®
We work with leading global corporates to utilise Technology, Start Ups and Partners to deliver new products, solutions and business models which require fundamental change.
“The insights shared by senior corporate venture investors and the discussions with Andrew Gaule on the strategic vs. financial focus of CVCs were extremely valuable.”
Ben Luckett - Aviva Ventures
The insights shared by senior corporate venture investors and the discussions with Andrew Gaule on the strategic vs. financial focus of CVCs were extremely valuable.
Ashish Mahashabde - IBM Venture Capital Group
The Academy in Shanghai was very helpful giving real experience and sharing discussion with speakers.
Xuan Chen - ARM - Director of China Investment
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Aimava leading Innovative New Value Chains in different industries with leading global corporates. Example program at McLaren and executive roundtable discussions.
UpStarts4StartUps is an initiative launched by Aimava to encourage entrepreneurship in young people, adults and corporates while also rising money for charity. More details at www.upstarts4startups.com
Andrew Gaule provides a quick overview of the leading new book on strategic innovation and corporate venturing – ‘Purpose to Performance; Innovative New Value Chains’.
Introductions from Claudia Fan Munce of IBM Ventures, Matt McElhattan of Chevron Ventures and NVCA also Tony Askew of Reed Elsevier Ventures and BVCA.
For leading corporates to be able to address the challenges and opportunities of changing technologies and business models they need to understand where they are on their innovation maturity curve. Many organisations understand they need to innovate, they have initiatives but they are not joining them together or changing how they operate R&D, Open Innovation, Operations and the new forms interaction with the customer.