Go Where You Couldn't Go On Your Own
Join the NEWbraska™ business network, where relationships unlock new value.
Become part of a regional 'innovation ecosystem.' Here's why:
Creating new value is becoming so complex that no single firm or department is going to be able to master them alone; it requires collaboration, joint ventures and cross promotion to avoid being 'commoditized.'
The key is to leverage products and services made by other companies that can - when combined correctly - enhance your success as well as theirs. It can become win-win.
NEWbraska can make these value-added partnerships work better.
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NEWbraska provides a one-stop-shop for answers for day-to-day challenges with subject-matter experts.
We create meaningful relationships that are nurtured with feedback, thoughts and engagement among customers or members.
Accomplish greater things more efficiently in a community.
But you have to rely on others.
It's possible with NEWbraska.com
Turn your membership in NEWbraska into a tangible asset. This eco-network of partners consists of 'shapers,' people who are comfortable thinking about what a new Nebraska could be. Shapers work with ideas and alternative concepts to create a new ideal. This is an elite group that focuses on generating demand and growing capacity at the same time as we all enter the post-pandemic period.
NEWbraska: Something new is coming. '
These 'UrbaNatural' workers want a 'new' Nebraska where companies penetrate new markets through alliances and partnerships. They see potential in new ecosystem relationships.
Instead of pounding on a nail with your fist, you use a hammer and succeed quickly.
The NEWbraska™ business community is your ‘hammer’- your risk-avoiding force multiplier!
Avoid these collaboration challenges with advice from NEWBraska Partners:
Get consensus on how specific activities will actually come together.
Who will change their internal procedures to accommodate the other partner?
Vision and goals may become semi-competitive.
"We collaborated with a competitor, Amazon, to generate even more revenue. This unusual relationship was a force multiplier because it made our delivery routes more concentrated and efficient." Dr. Udo Lange, CEO of FedEx Logistics
NEWbraska Partnerships Can Be a Force Multiplier
Go from 'command-and-control' to collaborate-and-connect!
Penetrate new markets or geographies;
Combine technical components from different partners to offer a newly-competitive total solution;
Lower cost of customer-acquisition;
Get solutions to irresolvable problems;