Business Partners

    • A Dos and Don’ts Guide to Finding Business Partners

      Some of the most common questions I receive from the SPI audience are about the legal aspect of starting a business. Although I’ve had my fair share of legal-related experiences (both positive and negative) since starting my business, I also know that I don’t know everything and need someone in my corner who does. That’s why I’ve been working with Richard A. Chapo from SoCalInternetLawyer.

      Pat Flynn/ The Smart Passive Income Blog- 15 readers -
  • 3 Tricks to Resolving Conflicts Between Startup Co-Founders

    … for amicable future relations even if a separation does occur. Oddly enough, the advice Entrepreneur gives to arguing co-founders is similar to what is often offered to married couples: Trust. There was a time when each co-founder trusted the other – after all, they founded a business together! Remembering what brought the founders together can help…

    Blogtrepreneur- 12 readers -
  • 11 Essential Lessons From Going Into Business With People

    …. But first some distinctions: Partnership: A business owned and run by two or more partners. Joint venture: It is temporary in nature and is terminated as soon as the venture is completed. Shareholders: An owner of shares in a company – usually a limited company and shareholdings need not be equal. Selecting a Business Partner Wisely Business…

    Michael Dunlop/ How To Make Money Online- 22 readers -
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