• Your Challenges

    We hear about major challenges from companies who are trying to open up their innovation, working with new partners like startups and other companies. These are the odds you are up against:

    Making the case

    Top level commitment makes or breaks most collaborations, sooner or later. Starting one is easy. What happens when priorities collide? We know how to determine if the company is really prepared, and can help you create truly compelling cases, while aborting others in time.

    Getting support

    Many collaborations fail because key contributors and gatekeepers in the company can't or won't deliver in time, or not at all. There are do's and don'ts in getting key stakeholders to back collaborations. We can help you obtain their cooperation.

    Building trust

    Getting people from different cultures and organizations to understand and trust each other is not easy. Many collaborations fail from a lack of cooperation and mismanaged expectations. We can help you organize the right introduction, and follow up with effective coordination methods.

    Showing results

    Half of collaborations do not succeed: wasting money and time, and limiting opportunities and careers. We can help you setting valuable and realistic goals, and managing expectations. Show early success to keep buy-in, and the link with ultimate outcomes which will propel the business.

  • Are you serious?

    Startups have been all the rage for some years now.
    Some have completely disrupted markets, while bigger companies struggle to stay relevant.
    By now, big enterprise knows it cannot rely on unilateral corporate innovation alone. Initiatives to connect with the startup scene abound, and so are innovation activities with suppliers, customers and other companies.
     

    At Teeming, we don’t expect that companies with different cultures, scale, visions, and interests magically bond together.

    For instance, returns on corporate/startup engagement have often been disappointing, for both sides.

    But companies are learning. To be successful, they are moving on from aimless innovation theater and tech tourism, to collaborations which deliver results. Those results will go far beyond the current scope of building and acquiring new products and businesses, implementing a chosen strategy. Collaborations will be more and more used to inform the strategy: testing hypotheses about client needs, technological possibilities, and resulting markets. People in the core business will be involved more broadly and more deeply.

     

    There is a new kind of professional emerging: the person who cannot help but get involved into new directions for the company, often by making the first suggestions. Knowing that others have the final say, and still others will often do the actual building, all the while leaving an important task to this innovation professional. Because someone will have make the cases. Make the connections. Manage the process. Show the results.

     

    Do you see yourself in this role?

    Do you recognize the challenges?
    Click here to read about what we do.

  • We would like to hear from you

    We are interested to learn about your experience and perspective. Have you already collaborated around innovation a lot? Tell us what you learned, and what you are looking for next. Are you still at the beginning? Tell us about your expectations, goals and questions. We will not spam you, promise.

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    Privacy Policy - version 01 May 2019
    Welcome to the Teeming website (hereafter "the Website").
    
    1. Purpose
    This document sets out the Privacy Policy Terms (‘Terms’’) on which Teeming, a tradename of DigitalRivals BV (Company number 34095665), provides site visitors access to its site and/or clients (‘Subscribers’) access to the Teeming site and its Software products.
    In accessing this website, and/or by using the Software, by providing information and filling out application forms, you acknowledge that you have read, understood and accepted to be bound by these Terms. Capitalized terms used but not defined in the Privacy Policy have the meanings ascribed to them in the Terms of Use.
    Any new features that augment or enhance the current Service, including the release of new tools and resources, shall be subject to these Terms.
    
    1. Information that Teeming collects
    When you visit our Site or when use our Software, you may provide us with two types of information: Personal information you actively choose to disclose ("Active Information’’) and non-personally identifiable information collected, in a way not visible to you, on an aggregate basis as you and others use our Site ("Passive Information"). These two types of information are referred to collectively as “Information."
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    In order to use the Software, we require you to disclose the following information: Full legal name, valid email address and, if you are a client, your full company name.
    Additionally, if you choose to post information through our Software or engage in email, regular mail, telephone or other contact with us, we may retain information disclosed thereby as well.
    Startup candidates can apply for Collaboration Opportunities of our Clients by using online forms, which contain additional information such as solutions, motivation, and answers to questions and additional business and personal information.
    
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    Our Site and the Service utilize a standard technology called cookies to collect information about how our Site and Service is used. Passive Information gathered may include but is not limited to the date and time of visits, the Site pages viewed, time spent at our Site, a logging of activities, and the sites visited just before and just after our Site.
    
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    2. Use of information collected
    Individuals we employ directly, or as contractors or agents at our direction, use Active Information for purposes of administering our business activities, providing Subscriber services such as support, and making available other products or services we think that may be of interest to our users and to startup candidates.
    Teeming will never use or sell information provided by you or by startup candidates, in any other way then for supporting the usage of our software.
    We may use the Active Information or Passive Information you provide to us to contact you about changes to our site and software, new features or products we offer, or other information we think you might find valuable, as well as to provide or enhance features of our site and software.
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    As we continue to develop our business, we might become involved in financing transactions or business transactions involving the sale or license of our assets. In either case, Subscriber Information often is disclosed on a confidential basis or is one of the transferred business assets but remains subject to the promises made in any pre-existing Privacy Policy unless, of course, the Subscriber consents otherwise. Also, in the event the Company is merged with another company or acquired, or substantially all of its assets are acquired, Subscriber Information will be one of the transferred assets.
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