What to Consider Before Taking on a Business Partner (Infographic)

Savvy entrepreneurs use these strategies to ensure every business partnership is a match made in heaven.
What to Consider Before Taking on a Business Partner (Infographic)
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Great businesses are founded on great partnerships. But great businesses can also be destroyed by bad partnerships.

In this exclusive Entrepreneur.com infographic recapping this earlier, very popular article, these six entrepreneurs (and members of The Oracles) share their hard-won wisdom about what to watch out for before joining forces with a business partner.

Image credit: The Oracles

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