Building successful business alliances might be one of the most challenging aspects of running a company today. The key is to surround yourself with the proper individuals who share your values. One way to do this is to know what your company does well and what it needs from potential partners. It’s critical that all sides be on the same page, but you’ll have a higher chance of success if you approach the discussion with an open mind.
Jason Crowe has over 15 years of experience in the Healthcare and Wellness industry, focusing on Sales, Business Development, and Partnerships. He has worked with Fortune 500 corporations, major healthcare institutes, and high-value startups all around the world. Beginning his career at Procter & Gamble, he spent five years in sales and sales management roles across Canada. That experience served as a springboard for a career that has encompassed positions of increasing importance at worldwide institutions such as The Hospital for Sick Children and LabCorp and as the Vice President of Partnerships and Business Development at Precision Nutrition, the world’s leading nutrition coaching and coaching certification firm. Jason also oversaw PN’s international reseller network, club chain and industry partners, external promotions campaigns, and internal sales force.
What you’ll Learn:
What partnering means
How research and market study greatly helps building partnerships in business
What to look for when setting up partnerships
What holds business back from partnerships
How to identify compatible partners for your business
How to ensure a win-win relationship
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