Why Partner with Data Privacy Services?
Data Privacy Services is one of the largest data protection and information security consultancies in the country. Data Privacy Services is a trading name of DMPC Ltd, a UK based limited company based in Surrey. We offer our services to a wide range of organisations across both the private and public sector. Our services are appropriate to all sizes of organisations, from very small businesses to large multi-national companies.
We are growing fast and are looking to expand our range of products and services in the data protection and information security sectors by partnering with other organisations.
Partnering is proven method of business development by mutually benefiting from working with organisations that naturally align with each other. We are specifically looking for partners in the following areas:
We are interested in discussing all opportunities to partner with organisations globally.
Explore how our products and services could mutually benefit business development.
We need to explore the benefits of working together and how this co-operation could pragmatically work going forward.
Our approach is to work closely with our partners, developing a solid and preferably long-term business relationship .
Develop a partnering approach that enables both organisations to flourish.
It is vital to quickly establish the way that we are going to work together.
Typically we would review the detail of how we can partner across our combined range of products and services and how we would market and deliver this to our clients.
Finalise a formal partnering agreement.
It is important to set up a formal partnering agreement between the parties so that it s clear how the partnering will work, how the financials will be handled and also ensure that any non-disclosure requirements are covered.
Once this is done, we are all set to work together and mutually benefit from our combined experience, skills and client network.
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