Change is central, not just at the inception phase, but throughout the lifecycle of the company
By Patrick Thornton-Smith, Chief
Marketing Officer at Duco
During a recent magazine interview, I was asked about the
fintech start-up industry and it made me consider the following
question: when does a start-up actually stop being a
Every organisation has an inception or start-up phase but at
some point that phase passes. The current wave of fintech firms
seems to be inextricably linked to the term
'start-up’ but it’s been a few years
since this movement started.
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