You’ve poured your heart, soul, and weekend nights into your business. Maybe you’ve taken it further than you imagined, maybe you still have a long way to go. Either way, there will come a time when you’ll need to enlist some help to catapult your business to the next level. Whether this help comes in the form of an employee or a co-founder is entirely up to you, but we figured we should get you prepared just in case the time comes sooner rather than later.
Here’s some articles to read and consider before you tie the knot with a future co-founder.
The CEO of Shapr shares how to get your future co-founder as invested in your company as you are. Read here.
Are you a ‘solopreneur’? Contrary to the above: Crunchbase database looks into a new study suggesting companies created by a single founder could be more successful than those with multiple co-founders. Read here.
Forbes Woman, Tamara Schwarting, shares the lessons she learned transitioning from corporate America to starting her own business. Tip 1: Controlling the entire process isn’t a sustainable practice for the long haul. Read here.
Marissa Levin, Founder of Successful Culture, had to kiss a few frogs to find her perfect partner. Her 25 years of entrepreneurship has taught her the value of partnership in scaling her business - check out her top 6 tips for creating a robust and lasting partnership.
An insight into different kinds of partnerships and how they can complement your business in any stage of your business.