by | Apr 20, 2010 | 2 comments


When considering a partnership for your business you need to also consider that old adage that “good fences make good neighbors”. Instead of a partnership, a joint-venture might be better.

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  1. Bob Duncan


    I think your comments are right on track! I did not understand your definition of Partnership until later in your presentation. As a past worldwide manager of Business Partnerships I have a different definition of ‘partnership’. As with any relationship it does take work to make it work for both parties. A shared business partnership as you describe is a very difficult relationship to build and maintain over the life of the company/organization created.

    Keep up the great information you are providing!

  2. Dale

    Thanks. Yes I am BIG on joint ventures – they can really add a great deal of value to all involved.

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