Corporates are increasingly finding innovation difficult.
We are entering into a period where many would rather acquire a growing small business that has innovated successfully and, through that, attempt to innovate their offerings.
This is a global trend that’s reaching our shores with more vigour than before.
Smart small businesses will start to build towards this.
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