What are the benefits of strategic partnering?
There are many positive effects for your brand as a result of strategic partnerships. From successful partnerships as well as research, benefits include:
Executive and employee recruitment and retention
Brand building, loyalty and corporate image
‘Insuring’ against PR disasters
Building trust and influence among government and legislative bodies
Stimulating innovation, providing companies with new ideas, access to technical expertise, and opportunities for research collaborations.
Learn how brands are benefiting from strategic partnerships
We feature the Limber desk to coincide with and celebrate our friends at Akina’s social enterprise procurement platform launch of fwd:
After distributing electricity in the Waikato region for 100 years, Hamilton-based WEL Networks is evolving from a traditional lines company into a multi-utility business and playing a significant role in the region’s economic development.
In 2014, drama school Toi Whakaari made a decision to expand beyond drama and what happens backstage by launching Ruku Ao, a professional development programme for leadership training.
We tend to divide things into buckets. Some activities are charitable, others are commercial. But in reality, the lines between these things are a lot murkier than they first appear. Businesses don’t have to spend every single resource on their bottom line, and charitable activity can benefit from some solid commercial acumen.
No business operates in isolation. We all need suppliers, staff, financiers and customers. We impact on our communities. What we do matters not just to us but to many others. In my many years in business in a range of capacities I have met no one who really met the caricature capitalist who wanted only freedom to do whatever they wanted and only wanted profit.
In 2016 Cyber Toa a Wellington Head Quartered ICT Security consultancy partnered with Victoria University to co-design a new Bachelor of Cyber. Designed to strengthen New Zealand resilience against an escalating threat of cybercrime and cyber attacks. The Bachelor is the first known collaboration by commercial and tertiary partners in New Zealand.
Al Brown has done more than become an ambassador for the Garden to Table programme, he’s a full advocate and has incorporated his entire brand to helping the programme expand.
The Misprint Co. not only look close the loop on New Zealand’s paper waste stream by re-purposing waste paper into notebooks, they also support and engage with artists to create limited edition notebooks.
Starting in a shed on Vasta’s Reikorangi farm on Wellington’s Kapiti Coast back in 2000, Tuatara Brewery was born. Carl’s purpose was to brew beers that he and his mates enjoyed drinking. 17 years on, with significant growth in the NZ craft industry and two NZ Champion Brewery wins (the only brewery to achieve the accolade twice), the Brewery promise to “create memorable and uniquely Aotearoa beer experiences”.
Find are a fast growing corporate and IT recruitment team across Wellington and Auckland, and boast an incredible staff retention track record. In just five years, they’ve grown to 30+ people across two cities.