To support its 2015 channel growth strategy, Intermedia has joined forces with specialist business coaching and training firm Transmentum to deliver a series of Business Networking Breakfasts to Intermedia’s UK Channel Partners.
The Business Networking Breakfasts, facilitated by Transmentum, begin later this month and will take place at Intermedia’s Reading offices on a monthly basis throughout 2015. The two hour sessions, created for around ten to fifteen members in a roundtable format, will each be based around a key business theme, including topics such as business strategy, marketing, finance and HR.
Attendance at the breakfasts will be free of charge to current signed Intermedia UK Channel Partners who are members of the Intermedia Partner Executive Networking Group.
The initiative reinforces Intermedia’s aggressive channel strategy, which includes providing its partners with access to the tools, training and ‘know how’ to help drive the improvement of business strategy, management and execution.
Commenting on behalf of Intermedia, Jarmila Yu, International Marketing Director, stated: “We are delighted to team up with Transmentum; it’s a partnership that we feel will help us deliver huge value to our channel partners by providing not only a great networking opportunity but also the access to the kind of expert support which will enable them to transform and grow their business. If we help our partners work smarter, they will be more successful – their success is our success.”
Commenting on behalf of Transmentum, Paul Fileman, Director Accountable for Momentum, said: “We’re really excited to be collaborating with Intermedia and bringing this event schedule to its channel partners. It is through initiatives such as this that we are able to deliver on the Transmentum mission to facilitate the development, growth and empowerment of Technology and ICT businesses.”
The partnership between the two businesses forms part of a wider growth plan for Intermedia, which plans to continue launching new initiatives to its Partner Program in order to bolster its channel development drive.
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