In the last decade, supporting startups has been marked by changes and advancements for those providing them with resources.
The rise of startup accelerators and studios, which provide mentorship, funding, and access, has created a new culture of entrepreneurship that lionizes a founder's journey as both exceptional and pivotal in developing new markets to build products for the world.
Just like accelerators and studios, corporate partners do the same job; they provide mentorship, funding, and access to startup founders. They have helped many startups overcome the challenges of starting a new business, raising capital, developing a product, and finding their first customers.
Increasingly the data proves this works well for both startups and corporate partners, as you'll learn.
Forward-thinking and innovative enterprises understand startups create the future and change the world for the better. Supporting them as they spark innovations is an adventure worth going along on.
For corporate partners interested in working alongside startups and helping them grow first requires you to look to the past to see into the future.
Support for startups is changing. Understanding where we've been will help you understand where we go next. Those at the highest levels at Fortune 1,000 enterprises, they understand that startups can help them innovate, but they don't exactly know how. Until now.
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I'm Sean, and I work with corporate partners to help them understand how to build a pipeline of startups who will use their products and services.
Global Partnerships Manager
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