Michael Scott, the manager of Dunder-Mifflin on NBC's hit situation comedy The Office, was a fool. However, even a broken clock is right twice a day.
You probably have an idealized image in your head of the type of like-minded individual you would like to launch your venture with, but as with a lot of aspects in life, things don’t always work out the way you planned. The stark reality is that you will most likely work your way through multiple business partners as you embark down your desired career path, which isn't necessarily a bad thing. Due to the continued and rapid growth of the internet and social media, there are more ways than ever to find a partner who shares your goals and aspirations. Below we've collected some of the best ways to find your perfect business partner.
Outsourcing work has its benefits, but there are obvious concerns about letting an external person contribute to the running and output of your business.
When the chemistry is just right, it’s true that going into business with others can be a blessing. But don’t think that’s the only way to do it. If you have the drive, you can succeed on your own, too.
Are you trying to figure out how best to prepare your business for the the impending implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA)?