News and Articles About Partnerships
The two companies have teamed up to provide same-day book delivery, a move aimed squarely at Amazon.
When getting a startup off the ground, entrepreneurs have to rely on others. Here is how to overcome the challenges of depending on external partners.
While the companies chalked it up to 'shifting priorities,' the announcement comes on the heels of widespread urgings by animal activists.
It helps to bring in others to fill any gaps in your skill or experience. Here are five variables that will help you determine how much a new partner is worth.
A cautionary tale, and some questions to consider when collaborating and facing a major compromise.
Hasbro and the online marketplace Shapeways said their team-up marks the first time that a major global company has opened up its intellectual property for fan-made products.
Follow these nine steps to get a fair deal that both parties are comfortable with.
Two MIT alums want to create a technology and community that will keep people with gluten sensitivities and other food allergies safe.
Our expert lays out how to register your business venture when one partner is providing the majority of the start-up capital.
Here's how to find and sign up retailers who want to do business with you.
The social giant continues to take aim at rival Twitter with an emphasis on VIP users and entertainment partnerships.
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.
Why it's best to have someone at your side that you occasionally butt heads with.
Joining your marketing efforts with those of another company could be a great way of driving sales.
Few startups have the time or money for painstakingly building needed brand awareness. Strategic partnerships can speed the process.
There are instances when you should make friends with the "enemy" to create the best situation for both companies.
Utilizing a Revocable Living Trust can be an affordable way to ensure your business passes effectively to your family or loved ones upon your death.
A life of stuffing himself taught this founder some insights on patience, goal setting and adaptability.
By finding a partner, a company can strategically compete with competitors and expand to new products and locations.
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.
If done correctly, partnerships can help your startup gain credibility and distribution.
If you're going into business with a friend, make sure you're prepared.
When your startup isn't the next Facebook, a first-to-market disruptor or solving some dire pain point, but rather one that is improving on an already successful model, it can be hard to get the attention of the media. But it isn't impossible.
Business owners who work for themselves must learn fairly quickly how to negotiate for optimal terms.
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