In times of economic uncertainty, collaboration with startups offers corporates a route to becoming more innovative and profitable.
As Britain gears up for Brexit, the country is bracing itself for a period of uncertainty. Volatile stock markets, a stagnant economy and sliding currency all have far-reaching implications for the UK.
It is in times like these that business growth can be hard to come by. But larger companies can boost innovation and their bottom line by partnering with nimble, fast-growing startups, writes Siddharth Bannerjee for Management Today.