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Startup Innovation Inspiring Business Transformation
Many of world’s largest corporations are scrambling to transform and remodel their businesses, prompted to a significant degree by inventive new startups with vision, ambition and a willingness to take risks and disrupt traditional markets. Today’s challengers and disruptors are prompting corporate acquisitions, restructuring and a new focus on innovation among their larger brethren.
"Startup Innovation Inspiring Business Transformation" is research report is based on an online survey of more than 250 enterprise business leaders and innovators across North America, Europe and Asia. These survey findings are supplemented by perspectives from leading enterprise executives as well as category disruptors. The Q2 2015 study was undertaken by the BPI Network, with sponsorship from Tech Mahindra, and in association with the TiE.
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May 15, 2015 - New Disruption Study: How Entrepreneurship is Driving Corporate Reinvention
Jorge Barba, Game Changer
With the inevitable rise of entrepreneurship and startups driving customer innovation, incumbent companies have begun adopting some of their techniques to either catch up or really stimulate transformation within the enterprise. A recent report by BPI Network called “Start-Up Innovation: Inspiring Business Transformation,” examines the impact of digital disruption on global enterprises and markets. Read more »
April 22, 2015 - Impact Of Disruptive Technology Startups On Global Business Takes Center Stage At TiEcon 2015
TiEcon 2015, the world’s largest gathering of entrepreneurs, will become ground zero for “disruptive entrepreneurship” on May 15-16 at Silicon Valley’sSanta Clara Convention Center. This year’s conference will present, for the first time, findings of a new global study examining how start-ups are impacting market transformation and corporate innovation. Read more »
May 27, 2015 - Love Not War Wins for Small Businesses and Large Companies
The Associated Press, New York Times
Imagine a world where David and Goliath are best buds. Well it's becoming reality more frequently in the business world.Boston Beer Co., maker of Sam Adams, mentors and lends money to small craft brewers. It hopes their sales will grow and take grocery store shelf space from brands like Budweiser, Miller and Coors. "The best way for us to grow at Sam Adams is by having more craft beers out there," Boston Beer Chairman Jim Koch says. Read more »