Here To Stay: Inception Sciences Shows Why Build-To-Buy Works
This article was originally published in Start Up
Born at a time when venture capital found few exit opportunities for early-stage companies, build-to-buy helped mitigate the risk in investing in uncharted science. But the model is flourishing even in this period of wider capital options.
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