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Navigator Partners launch online tool to help businesses

Navigator Partners launch online tool to help businesses develop successful new partnerships

Navigator Partners have launched an invaluable new online tool to help businesses develop successful new partnerships with its Connector Tool.

It allows easy exposure to opportunities for growth and expansion to new markets for New Zealand business of all sizes.

This service provides businesses a portal enabling them to turn their plans for growth and success into reality by providing a hub that matches those seeking opportunities with those who can deliver the required result. It also provides an online community for those who have business avenues they want to explore and are seeking partnerships to make them come to fruition.

Along with this service Navigator offers a raft of practical services to make these partnerships come together seamlessly ranging from practical guidance in legal & operating structures, programme and project management, planning tools and techniques, monitoring of partnerships and business outcomes.

“At Navigator we believe in the potential of people, embedded knowledge, value alignment and partnerships and we deliver the tools and pathways you can use to make this happen. Whether it’s partnerships in marketing or logistics, research or financial, expansion into new sectors, new industries, local or international, Navigator are available to guide businesses through the process” says Glen Morrison, Associate Partner with Navigator.

For more information go to www.navigatorconnect.com and see how Navigator can help make your business goals a reality.

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