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Startup studios are sometimes called “venture builders.” Or startup factories. Or venture studios. They are still new enough that there isn’t yet a single, consistent nomenclature. This article is one of the earlier pieces describing what a startup studio really is: a company whose product is other companies.
If you haven’t yet heard of venture-builders…let me introduce them to you: They’re organizations that build companies using their own ideas and resources.
Unlike incubators and accelerators, venture builders don’t take any applications, nor do they run any sort of competitive program that culminates in a Demo Day. Instead, they pull business ideas from within their own network of resources and assign internal teams to develop them (engineers, advisors, business developers, sales managers, etc.).
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