Working with startups
Unilever Foundry recently reported in a global study that approximately 80% of corporate leaders say that working with startups will become a necessity within the next 5 years. However, working with startups within the context of large corporations remains challenging.
While most corporate leaders agree partnering with startups is imperative for survival and growth, getting past the initial identification is often difficult to navigate. Internal obstacles such as complexity of operational change, lengthy legal contracts, and tight budgets are just the beginning. Leading corporations have started to overcome these barriers to leverage the innovation of startups in their market.
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