Webinar: The power of partnerships to drive business growth

“It takes two flints to make a fire.” – Louisa May Alcott

The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of many things, but two, in particular, stand out to us: the value of partnerships and building communities of sharing.

That’s why, alongside digital learning agency Sponge*, we hosted an interactive webinar about building trusted partnerships. Comtec, Sponge and our other attendees all shared practical tips and real-life lessons for creating great relationships: whether that’s with suppliers, clients or business partners.

What we discussed:

  • The must-have elements of a strong partnership.
  • How to build a partnership that delivers value to both sides.
  • The importance of shared values to achieve a shared goal.
  • Tips and practical advice on how to establish an effective partnership.
  • How to successfully onboard a new partner.
  • The role of technology in partnerships.
  • Measuring the bottom line of your partnerships.

You can watch the webinar here and please do get in touch to share your experiences of building trusted relationships.

*About Sponge: Sponge is one of Europe’s largest independently-owned, multi-award winning, custom digital learning providers. The company delivers creative learning solutions to a global portfolio of clients, including Coca-Cola, Toyota and the United Nations. Its solutions are used in 124 countries worldwide.

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Get in touch today and get a quote for your project from one of our team.


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