1. Good founders aren't afraid to take risks
Startups have less bureaucracy and a less formal setting, leaving the field open for any team member to hop in with a new idea. This open environment produces more ideas and more innovations than a rigid structure.
2. They'll come to you with new ideas
Startup companies are excited to work with you. They constantly want to grow and improve upon your business and their ideas. Rather than settling for good, they push for extraordinary.
3. You are their number one priority
One of the worst things about big businesses is that people tend to get lost in the shuffle. With startup companies it's all about you and your needs.
4. The project can go so much faster
Smaller, close-knit teams help startups work quickly and efficiently. Because startups have limited capacity they are eager to get the project done and on to the next one.
5. It's easier to understand the brand's personality
Smaller teams = more integrated teams. The CEO or founder will work right along side a project manager (or even an intern). This integration allows for a better flow of ideas and the brand to translate their enthusiasm into their work.