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Business Insider
The head of BMW's impact ventures explains how the auto giant is moving beyond the car — and how building apartments will help it get there
BMW and Mini have announced their fifth class of startups in their Urban-X lab in Brooklyn, New York.
Esther Bahne, BMW Group's head of impact ventures, said the selection process is extremely competitive.
It's all about taking risks on emerging companies, she said, rather than buying startups to eliminate competition or bolster their offerings.
Mini is building an apartment building in Shanghai as it transitions into more lifestyle offerings.
When BMW's subbrand Mini arrived in Brooklyn, New Y...

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