Which corporate do you think works best with start-ups?

Startups is giving you the chance to vote for your corporate 'start-up star' to help create an exclusive ranking of the best global companies to work with

Calling all start-ups and small business owners: You have just one week left to vote for your corporate ‘start-up star’ and share your opinion on the best corporation for start-ups to work with.

Never before has the start-up community had a clear idea of which corporations might be the best to approach and work with but we’re giving you the chance to change all that. Your nomination will help compile an exclusive ranking – Europe’s 25 Corporate Startup Stars – and offer invaluable insights for start-up businesses looking to scale.

Nominate your corporate start-up star here.

Led by UK innovation foundation Nesta and the Startup Europe Partnership with Startups.co.uk as media partner, Europe’s 25 Corporate Startup Stars will rate corporations on the volume and qualities of their activities with the start-up community.

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A panel of high-profile names, including Sherry Coutu, Betfair’s Ed Wray, and Startups’ editorial director Ian Wallis, will judge the corporate nominations based on criteria such as the business support they provide, the types of partnerships they form, and the sharing of resources and tools.

Nesta’s Chris Haley said of Europe’s 25 Corporate Startup Stars:

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“This ranking will celebrate those who are collaborating successfully and hopefully persuade yet more firms to embark on collaborative programmes of their own.”

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 644104.


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