The Ins and Outs of Outsourcing for Startups
No matter how transformational your science is nor how robust your funding, your innovation may never make a difference in peoples’ lives without the right team to make it happen. Startups may consider different models of gaining access to expertise and skills, while at the same time remaining lean and agile. They might hire contractors, consultants or freelancers for specific tasks, or they might outsource a project or function to an external supplier altogether. In other words, they may consider a contingent workforce that allows performance on demand.
How do you choose the appropriate outsourcing model for each activity, considering your company ambitions, culture and structure? And how does this change over time?
This Johnson & Johnson Innovation webinar aims to guide you through some principal considerations for developing an outsourcing strategy that might fit your company needs. After a general introduction by 2 Bridge, several guest speakers discuss what they consider to be critical success factors for growing your business, as well as elaborate on how you might tailor your outsourcing model to fit your needs. Further, the speakers share insights on how to consider the balance between internal employees on your payroll on the one hand and external contractors and suppliers on the other.
With this webinar we aim to give life sciences entrepreneurs valuable insights and considerations into creating a balanced team of employees and contingent workers.
Please note: This is the recording of a webinar which took place on March 10, 2021.
You are watching a rebroadcast of the webinar. There will not be a live Q&A session following the presentation. If you have any questions for the speakers, please email [email protected]
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