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BT being collaborative with new business

Firm doesn't want to be thought of as a big company, but as one that wants to work with all sorts of businesses

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

8th November, 2015
John Petter of BT’s consumer division. Pic: Maura Hickey

Large multinationals need to learn from start-ups according to the head of BT’s consumer division.

Speaking to The Sunday Business Post at the Web Summit last week, John Petter said BT was actively seeking advice from new businesses.

“We are keen to find opportunities to work with them and learn from them. We are super receptive to those sorts of business. We don’t want them to think of us as a big company,...

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