Business alliances have become an increasingly powerful weapon in the war to gain and sustain a competitive edge and guess what The II Brothers are there to be the next partner to your business in anyway be it funding,brand adding,marketing strategy or from step 1 we ready to be your partner at a 30% to us 70% to you profit share that to good to be true right?unfortunatly its in our memorandum so you are not dreaming.
We noticed that if a company or individual aligns with us, our synergistic strengths seem more apparent, our individual weaknesses somehow are less noticeable. Joining forces in business can give your companies deeper pockets and greater access to new technologies. It also increase our brand awareness, enlarge our customer base, and enhance your product and our service at offering. Yet, in spite of all of these wonderful benefits, if you aren't careful, there can be some major bumps and pitfalls along the way.
Choosing the right company to partner with can be as important to your professional life as choosing the right husband or wife is to your personal life.
So how do you know if forming an alliance with The II Brothers is right for you?
Our Types of Alliances In today's competitive market, are formed by many reasons. Some of the most we have already partnered in common include.
- A need for increased cash. - A need to keep up with ever-changing technological advances. - A need to find viable solutions for tough problems. - A need to fend off a competitor. - A need to gain market share.
To name a few. Each of these reasons, on its own, is cause enough to form an alliance with us. For as many reasons as there might be to partnering with us, there are as many different types of alliances and, of course, an array of benefits to be reaped from each. Our partnerships vary, too, from the extremely complex relationships between us and huge corporations to simpler arrangements, where the small corner store owners or suppliers partner with a us on a small scale promotion.
Likewise, the duration of our alliance varies from one situation to the next. Some partnerships we have formed on a long term basis while others are for one product, service or project only.
In sniffing around a potential alliance, you may find us to be your best choice you have and see yourself subconsciously saying these are the right guys after various comparisons giving consideration to our worth as a partner. In your mind, you don't want to partner with a small company that has little to offer you do you?, nor are you interested in a really large corporation that will take away your power and swallow you whole thats why for any help we offer will take only 30% of the profit. You may also steer away from companies or people whose politics and values don't mesh with yours.
So before knocking us off your alliances list you contaact us and here what we can do, investigate the possibilities, because not doing so, is foolish. The brothers rule is that we can form an alliance with just about anybody, and that includes even our staunchest competitors.
The following is a list of assorted partnership possibilities, including some that probably seem very unlikely, but deserve we have considered nonetheless:
Suppliers - Forming partnerships with suppliers is a strategy that's been around for many years so why would we leave this one?. By forming partnerships with our local and international suppliers, will increase your chances of always having your product in the market you want — when you want .
For example, solar panel companies have relied heavily on alliances with us through our marketing and sales techiques .With them giving us exclusive rights to sell and market their goods at their required market.It was a decision neither them or financial advisers ever regretted.
Odd as it may seem, our partenerships make us seem as employees that make wonderful partners. As we build stronger relationships with customers,vendors and distributors and perform special projects or promotions. By offering many strategies and stock options, aswell as motivate your current staff to take on added responsibilities, and they in turn will feel more ownership for your organization.
Best of all, you already have a business relationship with us and we work with your employees aswell who are familiar with your products, services and goals, so there shouldn't be many surprises in this type of alliance.
One way or the other you may consider us as your competitors aswell as your enemies, but have you ever imagined the possibilities if our organizations got together and pooled your resources?
We are saying if you find yourself lagging behind the market in sales, growth and/or technological advances,forming an alliance with us may be your best hope to forge ahead.Once you have decided that we are right for you,we are assure you we take our partnership more than important move, since choosing the wrong partner could have made your situation deteriorate substantially.
The following are some advanteges we bring yo offer other than other companies or individuals :
Financial Situation -- We fairly certain that you wont be facing serious financial problems after you enter into a deal with us. We focus on growing your annual sales, annual growth and make a boost to your revenue and profit? We first consider your financial goals, and more importantly, that these goals ar compatible with your competitors.
Operations -- Ideally, you want to find out how well we can managed. How many employees we can provide? How we charge? What is their experience?and Market Presence we can provide to your products or services-- You should check to see where the company does the majority of its business. How much of the market share does this company control? What are its plans for the future,and do those goals meet yours? Could you garner a larger collective share of the market if you joined forces? Quality of Product or Service -- This is an area you will want to approach with extreme caution.Does a potential partner take quality as seriously as you do? Do they offer the same warrantees and service hours that you do? If a company's standards do not live up to your own, cross them off your list immediately. You have likely built a reputation by providing quality to your customers.If you tarnish that image through an alliance, you may well lose the customers you have fought so hard to get. Views on Customers and Service -- It is imperative that your potential partner share your views on customers and service. The easiest way to see exactly where your potential partner stands is by talking directly to this company's customers and briefly surveying them about your potential partner's customer service practices. Ask if they are satisfied with the company. Are there any things they would like to see changed? Does the company deal well with customer complaints? If they were in your shoes, would they form an alliance with this company? Marketing -- You will want to see how your new potential partner markets its product or service. You should find out specifically how much money is in their budget for marketing and how many people they have to do the job. Keep in mind, in addition to marketing your products and services, you will also need to think in terms of marketing the new alliance to the public. Desire -- This information may be tougher to obtain, but you'll want to figure out if your potential partner shares your level of enthusiasm for forming an alliance. If not, this could be a sign of potential problems. If your new potential partner seems inflexible on many issues, it should be taken as a sign for you to move on. You may also want to check into whether or not your potential partner has ever been in an alliance before. If possible, talk with the company they were aligned with and see what the results were.