After signing paperwork to form our business, we soon learned that starting a business together was much like entering into a marriage.
Startup co-founder disputes are universal. It’s just like any other close relationship–there are good moments, and there are times when you will disagree.
Deal with issues that might come up. Don’t lose sight of what’s best for your business just because you want to come out on top.
Like any great relationship, a co-founders should evolve as they face new challenges and opportunities. Look for these 6 qualities in a startup co-founder.
I would be lying if I said that your relationship with your co-founder will always be easy and amicable.
If you’re considering starting a business with your friends, I suggest you go by one rule.
Starting a business with a co-founder is risky business without having the proper plans and expectations in place from day one.
Use these three techniques to find the perfect partner in crime.
Here are seven essential things to look for in a co-founder.
Here are a few things that I learned the hard way about finding a technical co-founder.