Should you say goodbye to solo-consulting and form a partnership?
Can you navigate the partnership land mines to create explosive growth!
Growing a firm allows you to have a greater impact. A partnership can become a valuable asset and endure for generations. As the opportunities become bigger, so do the challenges. Is it worth it? Our panelists say, Yes!
In this panel discussion, we’ll explore:
- How to build a foundation of trust and respect
- The strength of combining skills, capital and ideas
- Supporting each other and surviving the bad times
- The doors that open to committed business partners
- What to watch out for and consider before you embark on a partnership
About the Panel
Nora Wolfson, Moderator
Nora Wolfson Consulting is a bi-coastal consultancy especially for business partnerships. Clients seek Nora out when they’ve had success but need to chart a new course. Partners who engage Nora get clear on their strategy, improve their business outcomes and powerfully re-engage with their businesses – and they smile a lot more.
Harry Chapman, Panelist
Harry Chapman is a retired Principal with the Bay Area Consulting Group LLC, a partnership which helps organizations get the most from the use of technology. Their typical client is the non-profit CFO who is interested in getting better performance from their IT department and applications.The firm’s clients have included the Exploratorium, San Francisco Ballet, Buck Institute for Aging, and the Jewish Community Federation.
Brian Neumann AIA, Panelist
Brian Neumann was a sole-practitioner consulting architect until 2008, when he joined forces with Austin Sloat. Today, Neumann Sloat Arnold Architects LLP employs 12 people and works on San Francisco’s iconic buildings and historical residences. Brian has 30+ years experience consulting for owners, contractors, developers, and other architects.
WHAT TO EXPECT AT BACN
Register by Wednesday and you will find a super cool, pre-printed name badge waiting for you when you arrive.
Growth Through Partnership
MORE NETWORKING 9:45 – 10:30 am – Stay and connect with your peers.
Meeting closes at 9:45 am, many stay until 10:30 am.