Before you start a business with your best friend or split equity with co-founders, tackle some serious financial questions.
Have you considered starting a business with your spouse? If so, here are six practical life and business tips to ensure your success.
Things can get messy. The relationships you have so carefully and lovingly cultivated with people can irreparably implode. We did it anyway.
Strategic partnerships are often an ideal way to build brand traction, expand your customer base, access resources, and stimulate revenue growth.
Partnership deals are a key strategic advantage for startups and small businesses. However, not all deals are created equal.
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.
If you choose the wrong partner and type of partnership, when the business goes up in flames, you could end up facing the fire alone.
The beginning of any relationship is exciting and stressful at the same time. You get butterflies in your stomach and you’re giddy—you don’t know what to expect.
Use these three techniques to find the perfect partner in crime.
Before you and your friend get started, take the time to analyze the good, the bad, and the ugly side of starting a company with a friend.