When Jake and Belinda Hare founded Launchpeer a few years ago, they weren’t sure if they could make it. Today, they are leading the way for startups.
When you mix business with pleasure, the stakes suddenly get bigger.
Some people say you should never go into business with your spouse or partner, but the fact is lots of people do so – and it’s worked brilliantly for them!
Starting a business with a co-founder is risky business without having the proper plans and expectations in place from day one.
Someday you’ll find your entrepreneurial calling and it will be everything you’ve been looking for your entire life. Wait for it.
As an entrepreneur starting or growing a business, it can feel pretty lonely at times. Try to ensure you have support from your other half by proactively managing your dialogue.
So, what does it take to run a successful business while staying happily married?
Having a business partner is a lot like having a romantic partner, you can feel like the luckiest person in the world and they can make you so horribly frustrated you want to scream at walls.
It is not often that you meet young couples who successfully embark upon couplepreneurship. But Brandon and Brandi Carson prove that couples who startup together, stay together.
Here are the five most important things to consider when looking for your own co-founders.