TechBook Efficiently Connects Tech Startups with Corporates for Partnerships

BOSTON, Dec. 8, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Techcode, a global incubator and accelerator network with facilities and offices in 22 cities of 7 countries, launched an online B2B platform named TechBook in October to help startups find clients effectively. After 2 months of service, it has attracted over 15,000 startups and 300+ industry leaders to join the platform.
TechBook Efficiently Connects Tech Startups with Corporates for Partnerships
LikeA aA social networkingA service,A startups can create a profile to showcase their innovations and send self-recommendations (just like a "friend request") to the corporate users for POC (Proof of Concept) and sales partnerships. On the startup side, landing business customers, especially big names, is a major milestone for traction. Typically, startup founders would first leverage their personal network, but the number of effective leads is usually very limited unless it's already a veteran team in the vertical. Another popular way is to try expos and connectors such as industry associations. The whole process is nontransparent and takes time to actually find a fitting lead. Using an online platform like TechBook, startups can directly search for the corporate customers who fit their customer profile and are in need for solutions.On the corporate side, open innovation has been a major trend for large corporates to be more adaptive to the fast-changing market. They proactively look for innovative solutions to make their products more competitive and attractive. Techcode has served over 20 world-renown corporates in healthcare, automobile, e-commerce and energy sectors by helping them scout over 500 hand-picked innovative solutions. "While the traditional way of open innovation is impactful, the matchmaking process was rather lengthy and we hope TechBook could make the whole process easier for both startups and large corporates," commented Luke Tang, CEO of Techcode.
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