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Digital and Competition #4 Business angels, VC and CVC : What role for antitrust and regulatory policy ? & Fireside Chat

4th Webinar of the 2nd « Digital and Competition » Conference organised by Concurrences, in partnership with Analysis Group, Gide Loyrette Nouel and White & Case. Panel with Benedict Evans (Independent Analyst), Marie-Barbe Girard (Member of Selection Board, Station F), Andrew McCreary (JD/MBA Candidate, Stanford Law School), Daniel Sokol (Professor, University of Florida | Senior Advisor, White & Case) and Nicolas Petit (Professor, European University Institute). Fireside chat between Oliver Bethell (Head of Competition EMEA, Google), Antoine Chapsal (Managing Principal, Analysis Group) and Laurent Godfroid (Partner, Gide Loyrette Nouel).

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Nicolas Petit started out by reflecting on by listing the new issues that come with platform cases: killer acquisitions and kill zones for instance. However, consensus on a systemic lack of competition in these sectors remains a very Brussels and DC-based, bureaucratic one. He therefore presents the seminar as an opportunity to go back to the beginning of digital innovation cycles: their financing, and the venture capital firms that provide it.

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