DEVELOP THE NECESSARY SKILLS TO BECOME A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS COLLABORATOR!
Business Collaboration Training Program for Groups and Individuals
HOW DO YOU BENEFIT?
2. Determine the most appropriate Type of Business Relationship aligned with your growth needs.
3. Utilize Best Practices for finding and selecting the ideal collaborator(s) to help close your Needs Gap.
4. Provide your ideal collaborator(s) with a persuasive “Win-Win” Proposal.
5. Prepare the Basic Components of an Effective Collaboration Agreement.
6. Prepare a Strategic Business Collaboration Management Manual for your business.
Victor M. Rivera
Author's Credentials: Business Collaboration-Related Experience
Victor was introduced to the concept of collaborative business relationships as a teenager when he worked in his father's grocery store in Brooklyn, NY. He witnessed firsthand how his father created alliances and cooperated with other businesses to reduce costs, increase security, and share information and experiences on how to better comply with city, state, and federal bureaucratic requirements.
He is mission-oriented and personally committed to promoting and supporting educational campaigns that can help spur more innovative collaborative/sharing initiatives, resulting in more locally sustainable economic growth.
At the U.S. Agency for International Development (AID), he headed the Latin America and Caribbean Bureau and its 11 mission offices (which required U.S. Senate confirmation), where he administered a $1.5 billion budget.
The World Bank contracted him to prepare a study, "The World Bank and the Enterprise Development Process." His report noted that one of the critical tools of the enterprise development process was "public-private sector collaboration."
Among his achievements was serving as the Co-Principal Investigator at the National Science Foundation (NSF), Partnerships for Innovation (PFI) Grant awarded to the University of Puerto Rico.
Americas Competitiveness Exchange on Innovation and Entrepreneurship
The ACE is a flagship OAS program designed to help connect decision-makers from the Americas to secure international and regional partnerships. Over 80 persons from 22 countries participated in the event, and dozens of concrete collaborative agreements were reported.