How corporates can develop partnerships with FinTechs
A deep dive into how large organisations can engage with startups to accelerate Open Innovation
Developing effective partnerships
Partnering with FinTechs can generate multiple benefits, from new revenue to a change in organisational culture. In Part One of our Corporate innovation: Now and next report, we speak to industry experts, startups and innovation enablers to learn how large organisations can most effectively engage with young, disruptive tech businesses.
In the report, Mark Beeston, Managing Partner and Founder of Illuminate Financial Management and Andrew Challis, Barclays Managing Director of Principal Investments discuss how corporates can deploy capital to startups to drive innovation.
A healthy approach
Inara Khan, Head of Delivery at the innovation team at NHSx considers what can be learned from the NHS's approach to innovation. Download the report to learn more.
Gain unique insights from:
- Craig Bright, Group Chief Information Officer at Barclays
- Mark Beeston, Managing Partner and Founder of Illuminate Financial Management;
- Andrew Challis, Barclays Managing Director of Principal Investments;
- Inara Khan, Head of Delivery (Innovation) at NHSX;
- Matty Cusden-Ross, Founder and CEO of Flux; and
- Dr Nick de Leon from the RCA’s School of Design.
Learn too from Barclays’ eight years’ experience of partnering with and supporting startups to drive open innovation and create greater opportunities for the entire ecosystem.
Push and pull
Matty Cusden-Ross, Founder and CEO of Flux shares the highs and lows of partnering with a major global bank. Read his insight in the report.
Open up to unlock growth
Dr Nick de Leon, Executive Education and Knowledge Exchange Lead at the RCA’s School of Design explains why open innovation is the key to unlocking growth.
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