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Leveraging Partners to Get Big Fast

Posted by Jonathan Greechan on 2014-10-12

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Determining who to partner with, and what to outsource, is often very difficult. They keys to effectively leveraging partners and outsourcing, as Jim Franklin explains in the video below, are to select partners with values that align with your company, constant communication, and maximizing vendor flexibility. 

Jim Franklin is the Former CEO of SendGrid - the leader in email deliverability. Jim is also a Mentor for the Denver Founder Institute, and will be speaking at a free startup event in Denver on October 14, 2014.

In this talk from the Denver Founder Institute, Jim discusses how to effectively leverage partners and outsource as a startup to get big fast. He explains vendor management strategies, what business functions to consider outsourcing, and lessons learned from his experiences with partners and vendors.

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