A recent trend of innovating businessmen has emerged as a potential alternative to company-starting pursuits. As entrepreneurs struggle to design, build, and create new and better ideas for the world it proves more and more to be a very daunting task. Especially when it comes to urgency, it becomes harder for innovators to become the head of a massive operation overnight. This can be solved now with “Corporate Explorers.”
Corporate Explorers are entrepreneurs that rather than start an individual entity, they infuse their company as a grafted branch into an already highly established corporation. Microsoft, Amazon, and Panasonic are examples of companies that elevated innovators to positions that can begin to solve problems immediately – granting an entrepreneur a new company while maintaining financial and reputation benefits that the new company brings.
When wanting to start a company consider whether it may be best as an entity under the wing of a major corporation. If so – then consider being a corporate explorer and never stop innovating.