I had a meeting 2 weeks ago with a larger company who are interested in forming either a partnership or merger with my company. The meeting went very well, and I followed up promptly after the meeting thanking those that were involved for there time. I know that arrived in their respective countries just over a week ago. I have not heard back regarding the decision to move forward or not. I am unclear on when or if I should reach out to them. It could be that they are formulating some plan or decisions or an offer who knows. I am trying to keep the anxiousness in check. Thoughts?

Working with larger partners can be a little challenging. There are many layers and approvals, etc... But I think staying in touch on a once to twice a week basis is a good idea. Not necessarily always asking about the decision. There may be other topics like what the competition is doing, any news articles about similar offerings, etc... It helps keep the conversation going rather than "did you decide?" "no" "talk to you in a couple of days" kind of interaction...

Answered 5 years ago

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