News and Articles About Strategic Partnerships
A brand license works best when the licensors and licensees understand what to expect from each other. Misunderstandings are frustrating and costly.
Partnering with a bigger company is good for the bottom line but tough on the ego. Expect to do things their way, on their schedule.
Follow these steps to forge relationships grounded in mutual trust that will increase your business presence and profitability.
To avoid the pitfalls between prototype and real product, take it slow and know who you are trusting to manufacture your product.
If done correctly, partnerships can help your startup gain credibility and distribution.
Entrepreneurs' workload can often be massive, causing people to become stressed out. To get everything done (and not go crazy), here are a few guidelines to manage business tasks.
Look for partners who are like-minded and can add value to your brand, says Blik founder Scott Flora.
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