The post below was first published on the RSA Blog as Towards a UK Manufacturing Renaissance Manufacturing now generates less than 10% of the UK’s economic wealth. Yet indications are that manufacturing might be in for a re-birth, both in […]
Corporates are increasingly active in the UK Accelerator innovation eco-system but are they benefiting UK innovation, start-ups, or even themselves?
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Maybe India needs an alternative to the Valley’s VC model for startups to thrive?
Ireland has done amazingly well and used its small size to its advantage, created a very focused and vibrant startup scene but I think the game has only just begun.
Are the challenges of startup and corporate collaboration any different in India?
We don’t see any impetus for investing (in startups) in Europe by corporations, to be very honest. It does happen. It’s just, I think as far as markets go, it’s just North America and Asia that are going to be the lion’s share