More Posts on Strategic Partnerships
Why These Founders Gave Their Suppliers and Manufacturers a Piece of the Company
Finding (and affording) a great partner as a young startup can be challenging, so these entrepreneurs proposed a more permanent relationship -- and their businesses are thriving.
A Match Made in (Business) Heaven: Why Startups and Corporations Need Cooperation
It's about what both sides can bring to the table.
Fitbit and Adidas Know Something That Venture Capital Doesn't
Your startup might accelerate growth by forming a strategic partnership with established businesses -- not just VCs.
How to Be More to Your Vendors Than Just Another Customer
Start viewing your vendors as partners and you can both benefit.
Partner Programs Turn Competitors Into Collaborators
Strategic cooperation could be the key to activate your business growth while improving your overall industry.
Make Friends First and Pretend You're Switzerland: 7 Tips for a Successful Business Partnership
Good relationships deliver 100 percent for each partner. Why not over-deliver?
How Lyft Goes Beyond Picking Up Drunk People From Bars by Giving Patients Rides to the Doctor's
Lyft saw an unmet need and partnered with transportation coordinators to make sure people could consistently get the care they needed.
How Startups Can Capitalize on IoT's New Co-Economy
Collaboration is no longer an option.
When It Comes to Corporate Partnerships, Remember These 5 Relationship Tricks
A healthy partnership is hard work, but it can also be hugely rewarding. The same is true for startup-corporate pairings.
How to Know When You Should Partner With a Nonprofit
Ask yourself the right questions about whether now's the time to partner with a nonprofit. Then, team up and go save the world.
4 Strategies to Build a Stronger Brand Through Philanthropy
A philanthropic plan can help charities accomplish their missions while growing your company and your brand.
Get Real About Your Business and Avoid Reality-Show-Makeover Syndrome
Work with a trusted advisor to develop a strategic forecast, and you won't need 15 minutes of fame to rescue your business.