WEBINAR: Collaboration not Competition – The best way to (re)build your business
Monday 6 July, 12:00
‘We’re all in this together’. In times like this businesses must come together, support one another, empathize, and extend a helping hand (if able) to ensure their future. During this session, Lucy Whittington & Rachel Flower from The Broadroom will be discussing:
- How to help your business bounce back stronger and faster by working with other businesses, rather than competing against them
- How embracing collaboration can make your business more profitable, productive, and efficient, with higher customer satisfaction and lower turnover
- That collaboration comes in many different forms, not just parternships and big deals. It can be as simple as sharing ideas, lessons learned and best practices to help push the sector forward
About The Broadroom
The Broadroom is a peer-to-peer group, problem-solving each other’s challenges, and providing accountability to each other and offering support. We value a network when it multiplies everyone’s experience to create something bigger than we can create by ourselves.
Lucy Whittington – Co-founder, The Broadroom & Founder, Brilliant Business Things
Lucy has 25 years of B2B marketing & business strategy experience – mostly in software, but also for small businesses. She was part of the Xero UK launch team, is co-founder of The Broadroom network, and author of ‘Find Your Thing’. MBA qualified, she’s run her own consultancy since 2005.
Rachel Flower – Co-founder, The Broadroom & Director, Serenwood
Rachel’s a lawyer by trade with more than 20 years of commercial experience under her belt, and an awful lot of knowledge on how business works as a result.
Rachel’s worked with plcs to SMEs, tech start-ups, micro businesses and solopreneurs, and also served on UK government panels for business, too. She loves getting stuck into commercial growth strategy and is also very vocal about equality and diversity, supporting women to expand their leadership skills and speak out on issues they care about.