Should You Keep Your Corporate Venture Capital Program In ‘Stealth Mode?’

Scott Lenet – 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.

The hallmark of stealth mode is shunning publicity. This requires avoiding a formal launch, press releases, a web site, and public speaking opportunities. Secrecy may include asking for non-disclosure agreements and generally means being very careful about disclosing what you are doing.

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