From practice to training
Lemon Operations teams manage channel partners on behalf of a broad range of clients in the IT industry. Day after day we keep improving our approach in a search for the perfect win-win cooperation with channels. What we know is what we teach.
From training to practice
We set up our workshop courses in order to make it as operational as possible. This is half lecture and half hands on exercises. Leave the training with an immediately applicable business plan to get the best out of your channel partners.
Global and local
Trust us! Our methodologies work everywhere in the world. There are based on hundreds of experiences in many countries.
Yet we deliver it in the local language at your location by passionate IT channel professionals.
|Let there be light!|
Lemons have a strong acid that when used in cells connected in series can power a LED. Copper and Zinc work well as the metals and the citric acid content of a lemon will provide the acidic solution. If you have a large fresh juicy lemon, a nail, which is coated in zinc, and a penny (any copper coin will work), you are ready to make a lemon battery. Insert a penny into a cut on one side of the lemon. Push a galvanized nail into the other side of the lemon. The copper coin serves as the positive electrode or cathode and the galvanized nail as the negative electrode or anode. These two objects work as electrodes, causing an electrochemical reaction which generates a small potential difference. Connect it to a LED and you can see lemon's power.