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A venture builder is an investment company which uses a business model based on its portfolio companies sharing resources and talent. Alternatively referred to as "tech studios, startup factories, or venture production studios" in the press, VentureBeat loosely defines venture builders (VBs) as "organizations that build companies using their own ideas and resources." According to VentureBeat, Nova Spivack was "part of the early technologists who pioneered the venture production studio model. He wrote about the model in 2011 at a time when most of the elements that make it up were still in gestation." The press describes Idealab, Betaworks and Rocket Internet as other examples of early venture builders, and according to VentureBeat, the Samwer brothers at Rocket Internet were the "undisputed kings" in executing the venture builder model on a global level as of 2015. Other examples include HVF, Monkey Inferno, Lightbank, AlleyCorp, SherpaVentures, Expa, Stacked Venture Builders and Rokk3r Labs, while Incubix Technologies was the first venture builder in the Philippines. Tech In Asia reported in 2015 that Vietnam had become a "hotbed" for venture builders, at which point worldwide venture builders had raised a total of USD $4 billion since 2008. Company builders (określane też mianem fabryk start-upów lub venture builders) to przedsiębiorstwa specjalizujące się w tworzeniu firm. Skupiają zespoły ekspertów: marketingowców, prawników, project managerów, programistów czy specjalistów HR. Takie działanie ma na celu zmniejszenie ryzyka związanego z budowaniem nowego biznesu. Pomysł na company builders pochodzi z Doliny Krzemowej, a do najsłynniejszych międzynarodowych przedstawicieli należą Betaworks (twórcy Bitly i Giphy), Obvious Corporations (twórcy Twittera) i niemiecki Rocket Internet (twórcy m.in. Zalando). W Polsce przedstawicielem company builders jest warszawska firma To Reforge. Działa w 26 krajach.
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A venture builder is an investment company which uses a business model based on its portfolio companies sharing resources and talent. Alternatively referred to as "tech studios, startup factories, or venture production studios" in the press, VentureBeat loosely defines venture builders (VBs) as "organizations that build companies using their own ideas and resources." According to VentureBeat, Nova Spivack was "part of the early technologists who pioneered the venture production studio model. He wrote about the model in 2011 at a time when most of the elements that make it up were still in gestation." The press describes Idealab, Betaworks and Rocket Internet as other examples of early venture builders, and according to VentureBeat, the Samwer brothers at Rocket Internet were the "undispute Company builders (określane też mianem fabryk start-upów lub venture builders) to przedsiębiorstwa specjalizujące się w tworzeniu firm. Skupiają zespoły ekspertów: marketingowców, prawników, project managerów, programistów czy specjalistów HR. Takie działanie ma na celu zmniejszenie ryzyka związanego z budowaniem nowego biznesu. Pomysł na company builders pochodzi z Doliny Krzemowej, a do najsłynniejszych międzynarodowych przedstawicieli należą Betaworks (twórcy Bitly i Giphy), Obvious Corporations (twórcy Twittera) i niemiecki Rocket Internet (twórcy m.in. Zalando).
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