Startups often harbor the long-standing misperception that large tech firms are less-than-ideal partners. Startups and their founders are typically characterized as exciting, agile, and willing to take risks. In contrast, multinational corporations are often perceived as outdated, uninspiring, and reluctant to embrace risk.
Tzahi Weisfeld, VP and GM of Intel Ignite, reveals a shift in the narrative. Tech giants, like Intel, have become invaluable allies to entrepreneurs, providing a wealth of resources, connections, and mentorship to early-stage startups. But how does one tap into this wellspring of expertise?
In this article, Weisfeld details how the Intel Ignite program provides a roadmap to success for startups by leveraging the resources of one of the world’s leading tech companies. The program employs Intel’s in-house teams, industry-leading experts, and experienced mentors to foster a collaborative environment for companies to explore big ideas.