May 22, 2018
Many companies that existed decades before the Internet, and that did not have technology at the center of their business model, are trying to lock in future growth by relying more on the prowess of young tech firms. But it’s clear that deals in which a non-tech firm buys or partners with a tech startup are a different breed, and the ways they’re negotiated and evaluated come with unique challenges.
Before jumping in, traditional firms need to consider the unique characteristics of tech deals. To learn more and read our checklist on what to evaluate, check out the latest article from strategy+business: Tech Deals Bring New Challenges to M&A.