Corporate investors can have a bit of a bad reputation among startups. But what are the main worries and fears and how can they be allayed?

Bringing a corporate investor on board can be a massive moment for a startup. It validates your concept or your product, it can bring in a whole host of new and highly valuable customers, it can bring commercial agreements, and of course, a big chunk of money. But it’s not always plain sailing.

Startups have often been wary of taking on a corporate. From demanding highly specific and expensive demos…

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Angela Logan

Angela Logan is news and production editor at Global Venturing.