Heritage Group Executive Vice President for New Ventures Kip Frey has been named to the Global Corporate Venturing Powerlist 2020. He has been with THG since 2018. Prior to that, Frey served as vice provost for innovation and entrepreneurship and professor of law and public policy at Duke University.

Frey also practiced intellectual property law before joining Turner Broadcasting System where he contributed to the acquisition of Castle Rock Entertainment, the formation of the Cartoon Network and construction of the MGM Grand Hotel. He has served as CEO of several startups and as a partner at venture capital firm Intersouth Partners. Frey is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Southern California and of Duke Law School.

Published annually, the Powerlist recognizes the world’s top 100 leaders of in-house venture capital groups, drawn from a universe of more than 2,000 corporations that invest in innovative start-ups as part of their corporate strategies.

 

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