Business Strategist for 4M+ Company, Startup Marketing Adviser for VC, Channel Development Coach, Entrepreneur, Negotiator, and More.
Why consider a joint venture? It is typically much faster and easier to leverage a successful business to grow your own than grow a new product line or channel from scratch.
As the Director of Business Development at ProTrainings (ProCPR.org), an INC 5000 company, I've discovered, cultivated, and implemented several lucrative joint ventures. I guide and facilitate your journey from the hunt to the final contract.
Or perhaps there is a new product or service you'd like to resell to your market? Consider a joint venture as an MVP to test the waters.
I am an expert negotiator, and am willing to negotiate on your behalf to make sure you get the best deal possible. An extra 10% in contract can mean hundreds of thousands of dollars in profits.
It's simple. As a former marketing adviser for a VC firm I can coach you on what to pitch and how to pitch it. We'll talk Lean Startup tactics, MVPs, and more.
Any startup worth your time is typically going to be at least a 3 or 4 year journey. It is a good idea to chat with an expert like myself before you begin; you need a second pair of eyes on your plan and your business. Someone who can assist you in shaping your idea and your strategy from an objective viewpoint.
Save yourself years of sweat on a good business idea implemented poorly.
A simple truth for business owners is that we all have blind spots. As you work hard on growing your business low-hanging fruit and simple yet effective strategies will inevitably escape you as they have so many others.
This is where an objective pair eyes on your business model and growth strategy can be so effective. I can assist you in building a true growth engine for sustainable success.
As the Director of Business Development for a 4M+ company I head up our strategic efforts. Creative problem solving, negotiating, and new agendas are all part of the job.
Let me help steer you towards the success I've implemented for so many other companies.