The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) is often associated with major international issues that impacts  governments and very large multinationals.  But in launching their 2017 report on tax policy reforms, OECD's Pascal Saint-Amans remarked that poorly designed taxes can affect startups too.  

The comment was made in the Q&A session, and the context was the need for urgency to address some of the tax issues that arise in the digital economy.   

In that regard OECD is right -  is vital that the international tax system works for ambitious growing businesses, both in terms of its design and how it is operated by the tax authorities.