Don’t let your business be a one-hit wonder.
An insider’s look into the most exciting new partnerships of the year
When the private sector merges with the public sector to empower women, the focus should be dignity — not charity.
The IRS will begin a new way of auditing partnerships starting in the 2018 tax year. Partnerships need to develop a roadmap before venturing into this new frontier.
There is no perfect playbook on how you should go about choosing a business partner. But there are some general guidelines that I find useful to consider.
A healthy partnership is hard work, but it can also be hugely rewarding. The same is true for startup-corporate pairings.
How do you know if someone will be a good partner?
Shared vision brings partners together. No longer seeing things the same way drives them apart.
You want a fresh start, not a new enemy.
What do you do when you can’t see your business partners and coworkers every day?
There’s no amount of online research or guessing that can compare to good old-fashioned paying attention and putting someone else’s interests first.
You might actually need a loan or an attorney, not somebody to split your company with.
Love is in the air — for your spouse, your partners and your business.