Most often the limited resources and capabilities of a startup hampers growth and limits its chance of success.
Strategic partnerships can often be what entrepreneurs need to accelerate the growth of their business. Partnerships can positively affect the trajectory of a startup providing greater exposure; access to markets, key customers or sales channels; filling product gaps; or providing capital.
Join the Startup Coalition, where moderator Stephen Davis will host a panel discussion on one of the most important and critical topics for early stage entrepreneurs. How to find, leverage and manage strategic partnerships to accelerate growth
6:00 pm - Sign in and Networking
6:30-8:00 pm - Panel Discussion
8:00 pm – Networking & Refreshments
The Startup Coalition is a group of seasoned business professionals serving as a resource to the Boston-area startup community, with offices at WeWork South Station in Boston. Members of The Startup Coalition represent a variety of service industries, and collectively cover virtually all of the key services that startup entrepreneurs and companies need to scale and grow profitably.
Members of the Startup Coalition include: Stephen Davis of the strategic operations, advisory and management firm The CXO Advisory Group; Chris Donovan of employment benefits, HR and business insurance firm Telamon Insurance & Financial Network; Mike Cavaretta of the firm Morse, Barnes-Brown & Pendleton; Travis Drouin of accounting firm MFA - Moody, Famiglietti & Andronico, LLP; Eric Solem of the commercial real estate brokerage firm Landmark Real Estate Advisors; Pete McDonald of Silicon Valley Bank; Eileen Driscoll of bookkeeping firm Supporting Strategies/Boston; Dave McLaughlin of startup co-working space WeWork; Jim DaSilva of the wealth management firm GW Wade; and Joe St. Germain of the part-time CFO service provider New Economy CPA.
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