This past month, our team has dropped the Early Metrics’ suitcases in various locations, some more exotic than others! Traveling throughout Europe – This month, our team went to Italy to meet clients in Milan and Rome. Meanwhile in Germany, we participated in the Corporate Summit in Frankfurt. The event was about how corporations … Read more
In previous months, we introduced you to Fintech, RetailTech and CleanTech startups. To close this year with a bang and for this last 2017 newsletter, we wanted to get in the festive mood and for the Painting lovers, introduce you to an original ArtTech startup. Vastari, a London-based company rated in March 2017 by … Read more
(The Series: Start-ups and Corporates)- Part 6 After 3 years and more than 1 500 start-ups rated for over 160 clients, it was time for Early Metrics to share some key learnings about the collaboration between large corporates and early stage ventures, arguably one the most important economical relationships in the 21st century. In … Read more
UK Embassy in FR, Lyon, Tel Aviv, New Delhi, and Berlin! Can you keep up with us ? This past month, our team has dropped the Early Metrics’ suitcases in various locations, some more exotic than others! UK Embassy in Paris: On September 27th , we were invited to Her Majesty’s French Residence in … Read more
Understanding an insurance contract has always been a pain in the neck for any end-consumer, but this may be about to change thanks to Fluo, a French-based startup rated by Early Metrics in December 2016, who has developed a B2B and B2C insurance contract optimization system. Through its downloaded app, Fluo enables an individual, … Read more
(The Series: Start-ups and Corporates)- Part 5: Beyond POC How to foster long-term relationships between corporates and startups ?
Large corporations are increasingly looking to innovate, and on the hunt to integrate new technologies into their processes to make them faster, better and more accurate. This is why more and more, they are turning to startups to achieve these goals. Corporates are usually comfortable in working with established SMEs, much less with very young … Read more