News and Articles About Partnering
When two or more parties bring different yet equally valuable skills to the table, amazing things happen.
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.
Two heads are always better than one in a startup. The challenge is how to find that elusive perfect-fit partner.
There are many similarities between finding your one-true love and finding a business partner compatible for the long haul.
There are few decisions in business that are more important than deciding whether you'll 'go it alone' or team up.
On the surface, startups and big-name brands are businesses with a similar overarching goal: to make money. But crack the exterior, and you'll find that's about all they have in common.
When you meet a potential partner your personalities may click and your goals may be identical, but to have a successful relationship, clarity is key.
Customer Relationship Management
This is an era when time, place, secrecy, size and order are no longer relevant, when customers expect personalized outcomes delivered by passionate, agile and responsive employees.
To expand your agency's sphere of influence, view things from the perspective of your client.
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.