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Should You Keep Your Corporate VC Fund in Stealth Mode?

Even if you do, you still need a communications strategy

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Stealth mode” is the practice of starting an effort, usually a new company or technology project, and keeping it secret. Stealth mode can be justified as a way to avoid alerting potential competitors to your plans.

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Thoughts on corporate VC from the team at Touchdown Ventures, the leading provider of managed venture capital for corporations.

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Scott Lenet

Scott Lenet

Founder of Touchdown Ventures & DFJ Frontier, USC & UCLA adjunct professor, father of twins, Philly sports Phan, Forbes & TechCrunch contributor

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