Why do European companies have Innovation Hubs in Silicon Valley

Best Practice examples and key takeaways

Andreas Berger, Alexander Brem

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Resumé

Innovation hubs are gaining high attention in recent years, especially from European companies. Silicon Valley has been deemed as one of the most attractive and successful environments for establishing innovation hubs. This article highlights examples of companies from Europe that made the step to California—namely, Volkswagen, Swisscom, BMW, Axel Springer, Munich Re, and Innogy SE (RWE Group). Based on these companies’ experiences, recommendations are given on how companies might approach a setup in Silicon Valley for long-term success.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftThunderbird International Business Review
ISSN1096-4762
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2017

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innovation
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European companies
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Silicon Valley
Best practice
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