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bring (something) to the table

To provide or offer a useful skill or attribute. He brings years of leadership experience to the table.
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Marathon invested the time to understand our unique 100 year old Hotel and we were thoroughly impressed with their team work and the value they brought to the table, especially their ability to understand this opportunity for our company", said Nick Patel, President of Calvin Investments, LLC.
Do you want to see all parties brought to the table to begin the process of dialogue to create lasting stability?
Along with various financial partners brought to the table by International Power Group it was disclosed that presently the number of locations being sought exceeds seven site locations housing over one hundred and twenty modules at an estimated construction cost exceeding three billion dollars.
When Gordon & Glickson joined the negotiation on our behalf, we quickly realized that our counsel brought to the table not only knowledge of the law but also a deep understanding of technology transactions," noted Jennifer Hill, Director of the Alliance.
I can continue to pursue my dream because of the expertise and experience Malibu brought to the table.
Philosophy impressed us with their understanding of the Denver marketplace and the creative, grass roots marketing ideas they brought to the table.