Why are corporate partnerships so damn hard?
Maybe it's just me, but for the longest time corporate partnerships seemed like a total crap shoot. Getting someone on the phone was hard enough let alone getting a face to face meeting.
It felt like the most ass-backwards process ever.
Hundreds of cold-calls, awkward networking events, emails, memo's, direct mail and everything else, I tried it all and spent a long time failing before I finally mastered the process.
But it doesn't have to be that way.
Having spent almost 2 years in the trenches learning the art of creating partnerships with brands like Google, GE, and Kraft and having taught 100's of the best start-ups in NYC and San Fran, I've learned what's holding start-ups like you, like us, back.
Join me with special guest Scott Pollack, Senior Manager of Business Development at American Express, as we show you what it takes to create valuable partnerships with the giants of the business world.
Please note that to attend this class, YOU MUST REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR.
And please share it with your friends! The mission is to bring innovation to the world as fast as possible and partnerships are a key way to bring your ideas to life.
We want to help as many people as possible, but do realize that space is limited. After 1000, you'll be locked out.
p.s. At the end of the webinar, we are going to tell you how to get invited to a high-profile event we're throwing with some VP's in the corporate space (for free)!. You can read more about the event here.
Lauryn Ballesteros relentlessly questions how brands, start-ups and leaders can show up more authentically in the world.
Currently, she’s the VP of Partnerships for Seth Godin’s Squidoo (60th largest website in the USA) where she works with premium brands like Kraft, GE and others to build that very trust and credibility in the digital landscape.
She’s spoken at Tedx, has been seen in Fast Company, Mashable and others and was recently published in the bestselling book End Malaria alongside authors Tom Peters, Gary Vaynerchuk and Derek Sivers. She swears by boldness, unmatched hustle and a little bit of luck. You can follow her @heylaurynbee or read her work at LaurynBallesteros.com