Both parties are very excited about the new partnership.
The National Centre for Inference Assumption and Conjecture (NCIAC) has today announced a new partnership between itself and itself, aiming to strengthen the foothold both organisations have on the opinion market.
NCIAC and NCIAC are committed to providing top notch opinions, and this new partnership will allow NCIAC to provide opinions even more.
NCIAC Chief Executive Officer Grace Mushroom said that the process of finding the best partner for this partnership was a very long one.
“We had a long list of organisations we could have offered this partnership to, and we meticulously determined the pros and cons of each organisation, over the course of a week-long organisational intensive getaway at a sunny beach resort,” said Ms Mushroom.
“At the end, we determined that NCIAC was the organisation best matched to our own goals and opinions, and who would best synergise with our corporate flow.
“I am very excited to work with NCIAC, as I have long been an admirer of their opinional output.”
While the specifics of the partnership have not yet been worked out, the partnership will begin to take effect over the course of the next few months.
NCIAC Chief Senior National Person Natalie Fragrance said that NCIAC was delighted to have been chosen for this partnership.
“We understand the process was a gruelling one, and we are glad to have ultimately been successful,” said Ms Fragrance.
“NCIAC looks forward to sitting down with NCIAC and really exploring the possibilities of how this organisation can work together.
“This will be the beginning of a long and fruitful partnership that I hope will result in NCIAC being able to better provide opinions.”
NCIAC and NCIAC hope to formally announce the details of this partnership in January, or possibly February if everyone important is still on leave in January.