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Revenues and independence from external capital:
Revenue often is a key incentive for an early-stage company. As big corporates can invest considerable amounts of money for products, corporates can free start-ups from the need to seek outside investments.
Corporates can also have a long-term interest, which may stabilize a start-up and help it to reach break-even or even profits very early. Such an approach allows the start-up to achieve sustainable growth, independently from scarce venture capital.
Success story for future sales:
Large corporate customers substantially enhance the reputation of start-ups and serve as reference cases for future sales. As corporate decision-makers look for references before engaging in a collaboration, this also triggers a network effect. In this context, the transformation of the sales process from an innovation pitch into reference selling may become a key success factor for a start-up.
Scalable customer base:
Large corporates can be an ideal target customer as they have enough people, budget and opportunity to scale.
This is helpful for start-ups and providers of emerging technologies that are looking for their first customers.
Working with corporate headquarters offers the possibility to expand into other countries by partnering with the corporate’s local subsidiaries. Moreover, large user bases may also help start-ups to refine and optimize their products.
Attractive retail sales channel:
The infrastructure of an established corporate, including its existing clients, allows faster scaling of the start-up business model than the start-up could achieve on its own.
Access to proprietary assets:
Partnering with a corporate can enable a start-up to exploit underutilized corporate assets such as data that would otherwise not be accessible, and create new business opportunities.
Market knowledge and mentoring:
An established business player can help start-ups enter the market with its resources. Start-ups can also tap into the knowledge and long-term experience of the corporate in the form of mentoring.