From Tech to Deep Tech

Updated: May 24



Abstract:

  • Startups today bet on long-term and high-risk deep tech innovation- such as storage of information in DNA, or antimatter propulsion-that used to be the prerogative of public research. They bring innovation based on artificial intelligence, robots, new materials, and biotechnologies in all sectors.

  • Main challenges faced by deep tech startups are lengthy time-to-market (27%), high capital intensity (25%), and technology risk and complexity (17%)

  • 97% of deep tech startups wish to collaborate with corporates, mainly looking for access to market and technical & industrial expertise and capability.

  • There is no standard formula for deep tech startups & corporate collaboration, but frameworks based on the experience of 30 key actors allow to understand key success factors according to your objectives, startups maturity, market readiness.


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