How tech companies can benefit from collaboration and strategic relationships
It doesn’t matter if you’re thinking of starting a business, already in start-up mode or you’re looking to grow and scale, your network will be one of your most important assets.
The tech industry is growing at a rapid rate and if you want to stay ahead of the game and get the support you need (because let’s be honest, growing a tech company is not an easy feat) then forming strategic collaborative partnerships will unlock many opportunities.
There are a huge number of aspiring tech entrepreneurs, mentors and businesses around today that are keen to collaborate and help each other succeed. Making good connections will help accelerate your growth in all sectors and give you access to knowledge and experience that you need but may not have yourself.
Earlier this year I joined Naomi Timperley, Nile Henry, Joe Gosling and Darren O’Brien at the UKFast HQ for a panel discussion on how tech companies can collaborate more and benefit.
We talk about:
- Why making good connections is key
- why the tech industry specifically needs collaborative thinking
- How you can grow your business faster and more successfully through collaboration.
We all believe that encouraging collaboration from a wide range of experiences, sectors, ages and backgrounds is the key to help you succeed and grow.
For me personally, collaboration is key and for the last 13+ years I’ve seen the many benefits you can gain from having a collaborative mindset and creating strategic partnerships. This was also when I first realised just how powerful LinkedIn was as a tool to create, nurture and progress such relationships, to share information and knowledge and support others.
If you’re not using LinkedIn to grow and nurture your network and would like to find out how – you can book a free strategy call in with me here.