Co-founders

The Power Of Two: The Importance Of Having a Co-Founder

To achieve superior compatibility between co-founders, going beyond the designation-led hierarchy, an ecosystem needs to be developed in the organizational set-up

Vinayak Burman

5 Expert Tips on How to Choose a Co-Founder for Your New Business

Entrepreneurs often bring on partners to bridge gaps in their knowledge, share the burden of decision-making and offer emotional support in challenging times.

Bryan Janeczko

6 Ways for Cofounders to Settle Disagreements

When your business is an equal partnership, who breaks the tie? Six entrepreneurs share their methods.

Resolutions to Make Businesses Better in 2020

As we step into the New Year, here are some of my key insights and big dreams

PC Musthafa

3 Tips for Creating Powerful Partnerships

Whether they're mentorships or joint ventures, the right arrangements can provide strength.

Why So Many LLC Operating Agreements Fail

Does your partnership outline include everything you need?

3 Unusual Ways to Find a Co-founder

Plenty of would-be entrepreneurs crave a business partner but don't know where to look. These three relationships prove that being bold in your search can pay off.

How to Identify Your Perfect Co-Founder Match

Finding "the one" in business doesn't have to be so elusive.

Eyal Lifshitz

The Property Brothers Offer Free Advice On Building a Strong Business -- and a Strong Partnership

Drew and Jonathan Scott talked to two Entrepreneur readers (and husband-and-wife cofounders) about strengthening their working relationship.

I Co-Founded a Company With My Best Friend, and 10 Years Later Our Partnership Is Stronger Than Ever

We've managed to keep our business -- and our friendship -- going by following these five practices.

Saeju Jeong

What Do Venture Capitalists Want?

Founders should live and breathe the life of their users or customers, says Jeffrey Paine of Singapore's Golden Gate Ventures

Pooja Singh

'Why I Had to Fire My Co-founder, CEO and Close Friend'

Rumpl CEO Wylie Robinson looks back on one of the toughest conversations of his life -- and what you can learn from it.

Wylie Robinson