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Venture Capital as a Service

The Biggest Companies Trust Touchdown

We take a comprehensive approach to managing corporations’ venture capital activities, with services ranging from entity formation to investment management and exits. Our platform covers all aspects of the corporate venture capital lifecycle.

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Kellogg invests in next-generation ingredients, foods, packaging, and enabling technology.

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We work with Edelman, the world’s largest PR firm, to help startups changing brand communications.

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Our partner Westfield Labs prioritizes innovations that improve consumers’ retail experience.

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Apollo Education Ventures supports innovators in the education and human capital sectors.

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Our Team Can Accelerate Your VC Program

With over 50 years of venture experience, our team provides professional expertise to ensure your program delivers financial and strategic returns.

Touchdown's Founders Rich, David, and Scott

The Devil We Know: An Open Letter to Fred Wilson Defending The Merits of Corporate VC

CVC is not a joke, and it’s here to stay. Learn why corporate VC is growing and is good and not bad for the VC ecosystem...

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The Harbaugh Effect: What College Football Can Teach Us About Corporate Venture Capital

Michigan hiring Jim Harbaugh as its head football coach is similar in many ways to a corporation hiring a great manager for its corporate venture investments...

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Kellogg’s creates a new fund, 1894, to back food and related startups

“The rate of innovation across our industry has picked up dramatically, things are changing quickly, and investing is a great way to get a sense of what’s going to be important in the future.”

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Why every company in the Fortune 2000 will have a venture arm

There are approximately 1,200 corporate venturing units as of the beginning of 2016. But in the next decade, we will see a dramatic expansion of corporate venture capital with the formation of hundreds of new groups.

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