With over 25 successful collaboration programs, we've learned that there are many reasons why banks and other corporations want to work with startups. And we've learned the countless ways you can successfully formulate a collaboration. The tricky part is finding the right startups for your organization. This is why we've put together this whitepaper.
The Nestholma Whitepaper is for you to discover:
Working with startups can be 'cool', but that shouldn't be the main reason to do it. Learn the real benefits you can get from startup collaborations in:
Sponsoring events, hackathons, accelerators, join ventures, investments.
There are many ways to work with startups; this whitepaper helps you find the right one for you!
We put together our experience from our 25+ collaboration programs AND our partners' experiences to give you our best tips on successful collaboration.
The Nestholma whitepaper provides a very comprehensive model on why (and how) all corporations need to work with startups nowadays.
- a bank employee from the innovation department
Nestholma exceeded expectations in every aspect. Looking forward to big things together.
- startup from one of Nestholma's programs
Dr. Daniel Collado-Ruiz, CEO of Nestholma, engages startups and corporations to collaborate. He has coached and trained thousands of people, in over a dozen countries, in five continents.
He is a former Associate Professor at Universitat Politècnica de València, where he spent 10 years of his career.
He has also he has conducted research in ecoinnovation, sustainability and creativity, and lectured at different universities around the world.
Nestholma helps banks, insurance companies and other corporations to go beyond the hype and get tangible results from startup collaboration. Get innovations faster, learn to work with startups and work more like startups - by working together with startups.
They have organized 25+ collaboration programs for partners such as OTP Bank, TEB, Nordea Bank, Nokia, Microsoft, EIT Digital, F-Secure, British Telecom, Telecom Italia, Elisa, Yle, etc. in 9 countries and counting.