It used to be fashionable just a few years back to refer to tech startups as “born digital”. Now instead the phrase “born global” is more appropriate than “going global” as being transnational is wedded into their DNA. The number of foreigners on average is reducing in Silicon Valley startups but this is because they are collaborating with partners or vendors across the world, from Boston to Berlin or India and China.Business innovation is no longer restricted to startups from a few countries only but scalable through communication media irrespective of place of origin. Entrepreneurs are using tools such as Slack, Skype, Google, LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter to ease their work and stay in touch with global partners or vendors. Prototypes are being tested simultaneously in both American and Indian offices.


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