News and Articles About Business Partnership
The other half of a leadership and marketing consulting firm describes the keys to running a business with the person you married.
Often entrepreneurs need another individual to help found (and run) a company. And while two minds are better than one, these two minds need to be on the same page.
A marketing consultant reveals the secrets of her successful marriage while teamed up to her startup collaborator.
By tapping the expertise of colleges and universities, companies can boost staff skills and productivity and stay ahead of the competition.
Each partner should contribute to the business based on strengths. Rely on an advisor if needed and prepare for your relationship to evolve.
An investment and partnership will allow our two companies to grow and collaborate in exciting ways.
First, figure out why you're taking a partner, then work out these details how you will do so.
The do's and don't of handling exit strategies and partnerships that have gone sour.
Business partnerships are often compared to marriage: If you find the right match, success will ensue. Otherwise, you may be headed for disaster (and a nasty breakup).
Choosing business partners is not easy. If they are going to be with you in the long haul, you need to make sure they are a great fit. Here are a few things you should be considering.
When these franchisees saw the challenges of constructing strong foundations, they decided to be part of the solution.
A look at why co-founders shouldn't always seek consensus, why millennials want feedback and more advice for business owners.
Picking a co-founder is a lot like picking a spouse, except you'll likely spend more time with the former.
A look at the importance of appearance, how the FOMO phenomenon affects partnerships and more advice for business owners.
Venture capitalist Paul Lee offers advice on finding the right business partner for your startup.
Student entrepreneur Eric Muli on why its important to be honest with your business partners and to quickly get over disagreements.
Business is nothing like comic books or the movies, but having sidekick when the going gets tough cant hurt. This Halloween, consider finding the Robin to your Batman.
Start-up expert Rebekah Iliff says the key to finding an ideal partner or co-founder is first understanding your own strengths and future desires.
Joining forces with key individuals and organizations on campus can quickly accelerate your startup.
Venture capitalist, author and professor Peter S. Cohan answer readers top questions about entrepreneurship.