KPN joins Dutch corporates in driving start-up cooperation

Wednesday 31 May 2017 | 11:17 CET | News
The Netherlands' top companies have come with a number of recommendations and proposals to improve cooperation between start-ups and major corporations in order to support innovation in the country. This follows the formation a year ago of COSTA, the 'samenwerking COrporates & STArtups', led by KPN CFO Jan Kees de Jager as ambassadeur. A total 19 Dutch corporates have now announced over 300 planned cooperations with start-ups for the coming year. COSTA has also developed a tool, Corporate Startup Readiness Tool.

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