4 Things to Consider Before Partnering in Business

When Christina and Amanda decided to start an interior design business together, they couldn't have been more excited. They opened their doors with a little planning and a handful of ground rules and responsibilities. Now, three years into their partnership they find themselves clashing over multiple things, such as differing work ethics, unclear financial goals, roles in the business and management styles. They have found themselves at a crossroad of whether to dissolve the business or figure out a plan to sustain their business partnership and friendship. Here are four key things to consider: Do you need a business partner? Taking on a business partner should be reserved for when a partne

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