Landing a major corporate client can be a huge step forward for any startup, bringing in not only revenues, but access to a wider market. Three startup founders share their tips on streamlining these partnerships.
Google is famous for its fun and free corporate culture. Broadly speaking, it can be boiled down into some very simple principles. During Philippine Startup Week, Google shared the 4 core principles that made them the company that they are today.
“Our employee mentors who shared financial and technology expertise were greatly impressed by the breadth of innovative ideas. We congratulate all participants for taking the initiative to solve important problems affecting our communities and we look forward to cheering on the selected teams from the Philippines at the Regional Summit ... in April 2020.”
GorricetaLaw has established itself as a leading firm in navigating the legal frontiers of emerging technologies like fintech, artificial intelligence, and blockchain. Among their clients are Xurpas, Zalora, Rappler, and Coins.ph.
Every rising business gaining traction reaches an inflection point wherein founders need to choose between their scrappy, garage approach to doing business or professional solutions more fitting the scaleup they've become. Kaspersky CBO Alexander Moiseev shares his insights.
The local headquarters of graphic design company Canva is looking at doubling their workforce, especially their design and operations team, by 2020 as the country continues to be “design hub” for the company.