There continues to be a challenge that confronts organisations offering and procuring services. The age old dilemma of who is talking to which supplier about what services, and are these conversations happening with the right people for the right reasons. There is risk on both sides of the deal, as a result of an uncontrolled free for all across the vendor/buyer chain.
Millet said “meetmagic has the potential to resolve this disconnect and to generate value across both sides of the interaction to support ethical engagements between the right IT solution providers and the right IT decision making buyer, without the clutter of corporate entertainment, largess and so called “relationship” building.
Intended to shake up the corporate lead generation market that every vendor and reseller uses, Millet will be helping meetmagic build a unique Silicon Valley-like platform that achieves massive scale and creates a lot of value for users and investors, only with a framework thats supports the new “on demand economy” and ensures that the interactions between both sides of the market place, are ethical.
meetmagic is bringing the sales world into the 21st century, allowing businesses to pay on demand to meet executives, who in return for donating an hour of their time, get to raise funds for the causes they care about.
Founder Carl Gough said “Jason is a great operator, with lots of knowledge around what should and more importantly, what should not be acceptable in the buyer, supplier lifecycle – We are very excited to be a Sydney based venture and to have Jason help us do what Silicon Valley should do, and make the world a much better place.
The for purpose business is designed to help companies forge better business connections by helping executives utilise their positions to contribute back to society.