BRANDING & VISIBILITY
Leverage WhatNext FutureMaker startup network Platform Airtime provided to you to do Webinars, Whitepapers, Interviews & more.
Give your technology the best opportunity to find new use cases
across 30+ industries.
HOW IT WORKS
WhatNext is not an advertising platform. Our objective is to give the best technologies the best opportunities to address the business objectives of our clients. It is important to us that we are neutral and act in the interests of our clients. So we don’t charge our start-up network partners to be a part of our network. Here is a step-by-step process of how it will work for a start-up that registers with WhatNext Startup Network.
Below you’ll find answers to the most asked questions about WhatNext.
You do not need to pay to be included in the WhatNext startup network.
WhatNext is not an advertising platform. Our objective is to give the best technologies the best opportunities to address the business objectives of our clients.
It is important to us that we are neutral and act in the interests of our clients. So, we don’t charge our start-up partners to be a part of our network.
The startup network is highly curated and is constituted of some of the most innovative global startups. To maintain the integrity of the start-up network, a start-up may be required to respond to certain qualification questions to ascertain suitability.
WhatNext counts some of the largest global companies across industries among its clients. Many of our clients engage with us to help them find technology solutions to address their unique business objectives.
Our platform-as-a-service allows them to engage with you directly. WhatNext also runs programmes to proactively introduce interesting technology solutions to clients. This happens in the form of webinars, interviews, and special features.
Businesses that engage with us are usually large or mid-sized organisations from the energy, mobility, chemicals, food, and pharma industries. They are organisations from industries that are dealing with the challenges of a rapid onslaught of technological change, changing marketplaces/customer preferences, or business disruption.
Clients look for technologies that are either:
a) At a high technology maturity level
b) Successfully commercialised or
c) At a lower maturity level but highly unique and differentiated as a solution/technology
Feel free to submit your own question in case we may have missed out on something important.