Startup guide: how to become a corporate partner

     More and more startups are born every month, which creates incredible competition among young entrepreneurs in terms of brand exposure, investor support and customer grip. In this case, it is often a good option for a startup to partner with a large well-known company that would provide certain support and stability during the growth period. Recently, Aaron Michel, a co-founder and CEO of PathSource edtech startup, shared his company’s experience of cooperation with the GED Testing Service, which turned out to be a beneficial partnership for both sides. In his article for The Next Web, Aaron suggests considering…

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