Over 25 years in the B2B sector had allowed the creation of a strong contact network, and I'm privileged to be able to count over 2,000 people to it. The network covers many European, Middle Eastern, Asian and American areas, and it's always a pleasure to work with new companies to help them find the right channels for their products and services.
Building bridges between cultures, regions and companies is a delicate process. With decades of experience, it can be defined in a concise fashion, avoiding misunderstandings and sticking to the "underpromise overdeliver" formula.
Reputations are built over years and destroyed in minutes, so the quality, reliability, transparency and performance of all concerned are carefully considered, as is, naturally, technical and geographical compatibility.
It is not the role of an external consultant to become a full-time team member, unless that is a plan. Graphic Strategy is careful to define where projects and responsibilities start and stop. During the project, and often for a while afterwards, I naturally strive to be there for all involved but the companies must work out their own best "ways of working"
Graphic Strategy is not a legal company, and will always offer suggestions based on geography, for suitable legal organisations to support contract developments. At the same time, experience counts for a lot and I am always happy to help sketch out non-binding documents which often serve as an excellent basis for optimising the later contractual process.