News and Articles About Co-founders
Can the two sides work together as partners, not as client and provider?
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When it comes to splitting equity it is important to create a structure that keeps all key parties properly motivated in the ebb and flow of building a startup.
Rarely does one person fill both roles. To present an innovative solution to the market and build a profitable business, you need a team.
She will no longer have a day-to-day role, but will continue on as an advisor and member of the board of directors.
It pays to find someone that you trust and enjoy being with for hours at a time, even through hard times. Look for these additional traits to make a business partnership work.
Burt's Bees, famous for its lip balm, got its start after Shavitz picked up a hitchhiker in 1984.
Finding the perfect counterpart to your skillset is no easy feat. Here are a few suggestions to start the process.
Several core agreements need to take place before work can begin.
Launching a company while your co-founder and team are in a different country provides a unique set of challenges. Here are a few ways to overcome these obstacles.
When two or more parties bring different yet equally valuable skills to the table, amazing things happen.
Building a startup comes with a whole ton of obstacles. Make sure you have the right person by your side.
To ensure your co-founder is one that you can be with for the long haul, look for these traits.
The Shark Tank investor says a company is at an advantage when two people, each with their own set of experiences, are behind the wheel.
While being a solo entrepreneur definitely has its benefits, there are also unique obstacles that come with running a company without co-founders.