Roundtable Insights: The Corporate Assets You Should Offer Startup Partners

Top corporate entrepreneurs share their experiences on identifying and leveraging existing corporate assets to fuel startup partnerships and accelerate growth.

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Roundtable Insights: The Corporate Assets You Should Offer Startup Partners

What is it for?

Tap into the power of the crowd, by getting the insights and strategies shared by the world's top corporate entrepreneurs during the bi-weekly Venture Club roundtable. This session searched for ways to harness existing assets in order to forge successful partnerships with external startups. The goal? To catalyse growth and revenue generation by accessing new technologies, business models and offerings.

What's inside:

  • How to discover new value spaces and identify the right assets for market penetration.
  • Effective strategies to onboard internal stakeholders and expand your asset base.
  • Frameworks to assess potential startup partnerships.
  • Insights on asset-driven accelerators like BoortmaltX can diversify revenue streams by tapping into the external startup ecosystem.

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