News and Articles About Business Partnership
What strategies does that applicant have to move your company toward a great strategic partnership?
By having honest, respectful, productive conversations with your partner, you will find the rhythm to help you smoothly and purposefully dance your way through business relationships.
Finding the perfect counterpart to your skillset is no easy feat. Here are a few suggestions to start the process.
The Internet has flattened the world, but also is fraught with danger. Luckily, the Web has tools to protect yourself and your business.
Nothing does more to unlock our individual potential than working with devoted partners.
Building a long-term partnership with a nonprofit can be great for your business and the community but a lasting, meaningful alliance can't be bought with a large check.
When two or more parties bring different yet equally valuable skills to the table, amazing things happen.
Before you accept financing or sign an investing agreement, be sure you know how to protect your company and get what you want out of the deal.
Before you even start thinking about bringing another business partner on board, find out what this legal expert has to say about the pitfalls of partnerships.
Make sure problems in one partner's personal life don't wreak professional havoc.
Silicon Valley-based Tandem has added former Google and Yahoo executive Shashi Seth and co-founder of couchsurfing.com Daniel Hoffer as partners.
Forming strategic partnerships not only creates a powerful reciprocal network, but also propels you toward your goals, exposes you to new insights and optimizes the time and energy you invest in relationships.
From small-company owners to enterprise executives, partnerships are a delicate yet necessary part of any successful business strategy.
You didn't build your business alone, so write a business brief that lets your other players know what to do next for your marketing.
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