November 18th 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM at the James J. Hill Center; Mike Tikkanen Presenter
or a dozen other business features,partnering is a much under-appreciated option to grow or save a business.
When it is considered, it’s often too late and falls to bottom feeders not picked from a well-constructed
pool of qualified candidates.
With the right approach and execution, finding the right partner can give a company
regional, national or international distribution in a fraction of the time it might take to organically get there –
and get there before competitors can.
Partnering can also be a disastrous mess when done for the wrong reasons or in the wrong way.
Packard Group presents a roadmap with tools and process for avoiding the pitfalls and
finding better answers.
Suggested donation $7. If you donate $7 or more, we will validate two hours of parking
at the Victory Ramp on 4th and Wabasha.
Most dissolved businesses have had the opportunity to partner & save jobs, revenues, customers, & some benefit for the owners but chose instead to stick to their current non-workable plan of doing the same thing to the end.
Deer in the headlights, it can’t happen here, this won’t last, & other common human responses explain the disasters awaiting those who refuse to acknowledge hard realities. Continue reading “Bad Ending or Orderly Partnering?”