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I don’t wanna grow up: When startups start selling to the enterprise

GUEST: The operational and cultural differences between startups and enterprises are vast. Startups are nimble, making important decisions without having to navigate a lot of red tape. They offer a casual culture of hoodies and bean bag chairs. When was the last time you walked into a startup office and saw someone wearing a suit? But […]
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