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How corporates can find & attract entrepreneurial talent in Asia during a crisis.

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23% of new ventures fail because they don't have the right team and 13% fail because of disharmony in the team or with investors. Finding suitable talent is a key driver for success. Unfortunately, large corporates are often at a disadvantage and not always the first choice for entrepreneurial talent.

With many talented individuals searching for their next adventure during this global crisis, now is the opportune time to sharpen your company’s venture talent strategy.

Join us for a fireside chat where global innovation consultancy & venture builder Rainmaking and Fortune 500 energy service company ENGIE will discuss talent related issues pertinent to corporate venture building, including:

  • Strategies for corporates to attract top entrepreneurial talent during the current crisis
  • The different metrics used to assess talent for ventures versus corporate roles
  • How to create a culture and incentivisation structure that entrepreneurial talents in Asia value

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Matt Buckland - Head of Talent, Rainmaking Venture Studio

Matt brings hands-on experience scaling global start-ups including Facebook and Workable, to ensure Rainmaking has the best processes to help corporate ventures hire and incentivise proven entrepreneurs.

Quentin Vaquette - Managing Director, ENGIE Factory

Quentin runs ENGIE Factory, the strategic innovation arm of ENGIE Group in APAC focused on startup partnerships and venture building.

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