Nearbound Daily #125: The Partnerships Advantage

Nearbound Daily #125: The Partnerships Advantage

Multiple Contributors 1 min

Partnerships give you a comparative advantage

Here’s why partnerships are so valuable: you can focus on what you are good at.

By honing in on what you do best and letting partners do the rest, you both win.

And it’s nothing new.

In 1817, economist David Ricardo formulated the law of comparative advantage to explain the benefits of trade. He showed why trade and specialization make everyone better off.

It’s hard to believe that it took so long for someone to state the obvious: focus on what you’re great at and partner up for the rest.

Intel, Intros, and Influence

Join the Howdy Partners posse (Tom and Will) as they discuss how to enable revenue through partners.

They break down why partner managers should care about Nearbound and how to secure internal partnerships buy-in.

They discuss how partner managers can create processes to make it easy for AE’s to request intros, influence, and intel from partners.

Listen to the full podcast here.

📅 Happenings

  • Aug 16, 2 PM EST – Partnerships Career Power-Up: Leveraging Transferable Skills – Join Christiannah Oyedeji (Former Head of Partnerships at MailChimp) and Scott Pollack (CEO at Firneo) as they explore how to build transferable skills that can help you evolve throughout your partnerships career. Register here.

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Multiple Contributors 1 min

Nearbound Daily #125: The Partnerships Advantage

Multiple Contributors - Aaron Olson & Will Taylor Partnerships give you a comparative advantage.

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