Molly Farber

Innovations in Joint Ventures – Do or Die?

Pursuing innovation often requires a JV to make investments, potentially including acquisitions and minority investments, in domains that are not explicitly defined within the company’s authorized scope, and to secure funding from owners, which may have other capital needs, low risk tolerance, or insufficient understanding of the market to make such investments. What are JVs to do?

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