News and Articles About Partnering
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.
Few startups have the time or money for painstakingly building needed brand awareness. Strategic partnerships can speed the process.
First, figure out why you're taking a partner, then work out these details how you will do so.
Taco John's is hardly as big as Taco Bell, but it landed a big-name partner in burrito making.
When you are in business with a partner and, for better or worse, that can seem like a marriage. Here's how to keep the flame burning.
A wise person learns from someone else's experiences, so there's no excuse to repeat these business blunders.
A look at why co-founders shouldn't always seek consensus, why millennials want feedback and more advice for business owners.
Partnerships can help take startups to the next level, but teaming up with a company can be harder than you think. Travefy co-founder David Chait offers up advice on how to seal the deal.
Partners are great for getting startups off the ground, but they can lead to schizophrenic behavior in bigger companies.
Having a partner with drastically different experience, skills and ways of communicating can help you run your business better.
Read the best tips of the week from Entrepreneur.com, from making sure that your business partner is committed to softening your digital communications.
Having a partner could share the load...or create added burden.
Vacation-rental company HomeAway's new partnership with travel advice site Gogobot allows property owners to create unique guidebooks to entice renters.
Thinking about bringing loved ones into your business? Before you take that leap, here's what you need to know to protect your relationships and your company.
Attorney Nina Kaufman on why a written agreement can be a critical asset for keeping partners accountable.
In this special 'Ask Entrepreneur' feature, entrepreneur Jen Groover provides tips on how to prioritize your schedule and get tasks accomplished.
NetSpend co-founder Bertrand Sosa says cities like Austin support entrepreneurs -- and there needs to more towns like that in the U.S. Plus, he recommends finding a partner.
Attorney Nina Kaufman on making sure you and your partners have what it takes to start a successful business together.
Having a business partner can be invaluable. Having the wrong--or no--partnership agreements can be disastrous.
Why should you raise a glass to the Liquortarians? Their platform is all about teamwork.
If you're a little guy, there are plenty of ways to partner with a much larger company. Here are seven.