Business Partnership: Page 10
Sometimes the shortest path to success is not by focusing merely on internal efforts but by partnering with another business to pursue an opportunity together.
No man is an island -- not even you, fearless entrepreneur. And sometimes, you need a partner to help your business take off, but you need to be careful.
How to ensure your partner program is set up for success, rather than ending up a total dud.
Consider how to truly listen to another colleague. You'll arrive at better discussions, decisions and results.
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.
PRO-Partnership was established in Qatar in 2010 with the express intent of providing corporate partnerships to foreign investors who wish to start or expand their business in Doha.
Teaming up with another player can combine complementary skills and realize synergies at a startup.
Starting a business with your significant other can make a lot of sense, until it doesn't. Consider these pros and cons before jumping in.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's secret wedding ceremony offers surprising insight into business success.
Once you've mastered the essentials of your pitch, you can make it as unique as you and what you have to offer.
The other half of a leadership and marketing consulting firm describes the keys to running a business with the person you married.
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.
A marketing consultant reveals the secrets of her successful marriage while teamed up to her startup collaborator.
By tapping the expertise of colleges and universities, companies can boost staff skills and productivity and stay ahead of the competition.