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Where to Find Your Ideal Tech Co-Founder

A few, very lucky entrepreneurs have friends qualified to be their co-founder. For everybody else it's a little like arranged marriage.

6 Ways to Help Attract a Founding Team, Pre-Revenue

Consider that you'll need to 'date' your co-founder ahead of the actual wedding.

Meghan M. Biro

6 Ways to Build a Lasting 'Co-Founder Team' for Your Startup

Make those important decisions upfront, so your relationship works like a well-oiled machine.

Michal Ugor

4 Things Non-Tech Leaders Do Better Than the Cyber-Obsessed

Co-founders lacking technology-heavy backgrounds tend be better at seeing the forest for the trees in today's online jungle.

Delphine Braas

Partnerships In F&B: Five Tips Of Successfully Running A Co-Founded Enterprise

Purple Honey Group co-founders shares the five tips of successfully running a co-founded enterprise without crossing hairs.

3 Tips for Successfully Running a Company When You Are Married to the Co-Founder

Building a successful company as a married couple requires a few key components to navigate how the partnership operates.

Jay Gould

Can a Software Development Company Be Your Co-Founder?

Can the two sides work together as partners, not as client and provider?

David Teten

The Trick to Splitting Startup Equity Among Key Players

When it comes to splitting equity it is important to create a structure that keeps all key parties properly motivated in the ebb and flow of building a startup.

Tony Conrad

The 4 Qualities That Inventors or Entrepreneurs Should Look for in a Partner

Rarely does one person fill both roles. To present an innovative solution to the market and build a profitable business, you need a team.

Martin Zwilling

6 ways to find ideal partners for your start-up

No matter how good the idea is, if you cannot get a nice group of people together to execute, your plan is bound to fail.

Alok Arora

Hayley Barna Steps Down as Co-CEO of Birchbox

She will no longer have a day-to-day role, but will continue on as an advisor and member of the board of directors.

Laura Entis

An 8-Point Checklist to Help You Find the Startup Partner of Your Dreams

It pays to find someone that you trust and enjoy being with for hours at a time, even through hard times. Look for these additional traits to make a business partnership work.