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Well, is it?  Have you created a company or a product line that someone might want to buy, or have you worked yourself into a job where, if you take time off, you don’t earn money? If you’re in the New York City area, join me at the Brain Exchange Roundtable from 6 to 8 […]

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Following Marian Banker’s webinar on “How to Grow Your Business Using Partnerships,” I provided her with some comments that bear repeating.  They concern the words and language we use to talk about partnerships.  I know, it sounds like a lawyer splitting hairs over words . . . but whether we like it or not, certain […]

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Deciding on a business partner can provide the key to a rewarding and successful long-term relationship.  Rhonda Abrams’ USA Today article outlines a number of considerations to keep in mind.  I know a number of entrepreneurs who raced into partnerships because they weren’t comfortable being alone — and, like romantic relationships, that’s usually not a […]

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What are the assets of your company?  Sure, you may have real estate, equipment, inventory.  Your mind may also think about the “intangibles,” like intellectual property, or goodwill.  But did you realize that strategic alliances also make that intangibles list? Have a look at this article by Marian Banker, “Intangible Assets: An Entrepreneur’s Guide.” You […]

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In my LinkedIn Discussion group, Successful Business Partnerships, my colleague, Marian Banker brought to light an article by Ivan Hoffman, Esq., on “The Strategic Alliance.” One of the key aspects of an alliance is its flexibility – it can be whatever you want it to be. But that flexibility mean that you need to define those […]

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From my partnership teleseminar partner, Marian Banker, here is a handy article entitled “7 Tips for a Business Partnership That Works.”  It outlines 7 important steps to establish so that the partnership starts strong and stays strong. What’s the 8th tip?  Coming from a lawyer (me!):  “Get it in writing!”   🙂 For more helpful tips and tools, […]

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