Featured ArticleHow To: Create Strategic Partnerships When Success Magazine wanted to give their readers the best possible advice on how to create strategic partnerships, they interviewed BMC’s Co-Founder David Gage. After citing evidence of the advantages of having partners, they caution would-be partners: “But creating effective alliances is not always so easy. Partnerships gone wrong can lead to frustration, financial losses and even litigation, says David Gage, co-founder of business mediation firm BMC Associates, and author of The Partnership Charter: How To Start Out Right With Your New Business Partnership (or Fix The One You’re In)….”
Featured AssociateKent A. Corso, PsyD, BCBA-D
Disciplines: Consulting and Clinical Psychologist, Behavior Analyst
Kent Corso is a mediator and leader in the field of consulting psychology and organizational behavior. He is also BMC’s Director of Client Services. As a board certified behavior analyst and prior officer in the U.S. Air Force, he has 20 years of experience in the areas of leadership, mediation, and change management within organizations of all types and sizes.
Featured PodcastThis podcast presents an interesting interview with Will Kaplan, an entrepreneur in the wealth advisory industry who's seen numerous partnerships end in business and interpersonal mishap. He recounts how he steered around many of these partnerships while paving his career path, until he found "an unbelievable resource" - The Partnership Charter. Click here to listen to Will Kaplan's story.
After reading The Partnership Charter, we wanted to take it further and implement it successfully so we hired [BMC.] They did an outstanding job with us and we would not hesitate to recommend them for helping potential and active business partners to strategize and plan for their relational success. They also went above and beyond to be available for us as we navigated the bumps along the way! Top Qualities: Great Results, High Integrity, Creative. — Howard Rabotnick, Partner, regional construction and service firm