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Dimitri and Janet say it hasn’t been a complete walk in the park, but believe they have found the balances needed to drive a successful relationship and business simultaneously.
One young go-getter is sharing how she plucked up the courage to ask her former boss to go into business with her – and how she hasn’t looked back since.
When you’re growing your business, there feels like an endless amount of opportunities for you to pursue to further that growth. However for some, like Michelle Gamble of Marketing Angels, some opportunities aren’t quite the blessings you were hoping for.
You and your co-founder need to be ‘business soulmates.’ Here’s how to make sure you’re in sync.
There are benefits to running your business in partnership with a friend or family member, this could mean it was established with only the bare minimum of documents. Though this may not currently present an issue, it can cause succession headaches later.
Building strong business relationships is vital to the success of your business. Here’s how to become the person your customers or partners can’t do without.
Nobody wants to think about it when times are good, but the break-up of a marriage can have huge consequences for business owners. While you may not want to go as far as a pre-nup, you can follow some smart advice.