The Openwork Partnership adds two strategic partners to develop growth strategy

18 more businesses identified as potential partner firms

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The Openwork Partnership adds two strategic partners to develop growth strategy

The Openwork Partnership has continued to progress its growth strategy through new long-term strategic partnership agreements with major firms in its network, the firm revealed.

Unique Financial Planning and The Penny Group are the first two businesses to sign the new five-year strategic partner firm contracts with The Openwork Partnership. "Strategic partner firm contracts give the biggest network members and The Openwork Partnership more security to invest in a mutually beneficial relationship while offering control over client ownership and marketing rights for the strategic partner firms," it said. The Openwork Partnership said it had identified 18 businesses with...

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