How to Find and Participate in Collaborative Projects

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You have begun your business and you are ready to begin projects to take it to the next level. It does not matter what industry you are in, at some point you are going to need like-minded people to help facilitate your company’s branding, marketing, or sales. If you are looking to create collaboration opportunities, we can help. Read on to learn how you can build that perfect team for project collaboration, and how to manage your team, too.

How To Find People for Project Collaboration

Below are some of the best ways to find project collaborators.


The social network LinkedIn is one of the best places to find project collaborators. If you are unsure how to collaborate on LinkedIn, it is actually not very complex. You begin with LinkedIn Networking to find the talent you are looking for. In addition to making connections, you can join relevant groups on the network within your industry to find people.


This platform is one where you can find influencers and partner up on your promotions, marketing, and sales. The platform also has filters to help you find posted collaborations and projects, and the ability to use a filter to specify exactly what you are looking for in a collaborator. You can also post your project details on the platform, where the potential collaborators can reach out to you.


This platform allows users to find and hire freelancers for any type of project. The categories to search for talent on Upwork include development and IT, administration and customer support, writing and translation, design and creative, and sales and marketing. You can also post your project on the platform to allow users to inquire about it and your potential collaboration.

After You Have Put Your Team Together

Improve Communication with All Players

The most important task with your new team is to make sure communication between everyone runs smoothly. The communication, or lack thereof, can make or break your project.

Transparency is Key

Transparency is another important factor for your project team. Besides any sensitive or confidential data, everything else should be fully available to your team. Your team needs a precise idea of what your objectives are so they can do the best job they can.

Have All Involved

For acceptable collaboration, get everyone on your team involved in the decision-making process of the project. When everyone gets involved, new ideas can be developed, and your team members can also learn from each other.

Encourage the Leaders

You should always encourage your team members to be assertive and take initiative whenever they can. This is nurturing what is called a culture of innovation, where the team member will take the initiative to do something different.

Optimize Your Meetings

If your usual project meetings are dull, it is time to change things up. Keep your meetings shorter and to the point without dragging them out. Send out any reports or documents beforehand so that your team members can view them prior to the meeting instead of reviewing them point-by-point during the meeting. This way, all members know the standing of the project and time will not get wasted on drawn-out sales updates.

Use Project Collaboration Tools

There are many project collaboration tools out there that can help you and your team work together efficiently. 

Trello is task management software that has built-in collaboration tools including boards, cards, and lists to create and track project tasks. 


Hubstaff is a great time and productivity tracker program. The software allows you to monitor project progress with screenshots, reports, timesheets, plus much more.


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