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How to Know When You've Met the One -- Co-Founder, That Is

Picking a co-founder is a lot like picking a spouse, except you'll likely spend more time with the former.

What Type of Entrepreneur Are You?

After years of working with entrepreneurs, Rebekah Iliff has the most prominent entrepreneurial types down to a science. See how you stack up.

Rebekah Iliff

How a Couple Managed to Make It Work as Co-Founders

The co-founder of shoe-lace company HICKIES offers advice about launching a business with your significant other.

How to Find the Perfect Co-Founder

Our ASK expert VC John Frankel offers up advice about finding a co-founder and managing the relationship.

John Frankel

Partnering Your Way to Startup Success

Entrepreneur Matt Clark explains why pouring money into finding your ideal business partner may be your best bet.

Matt Clark

4 Tips for Finding the Perfect Co-Founder

Venture capitalist Paul Lee offers advice on finding the right business partner for your startup.

Paul Lee

6 Tips for Building a Strong Founding Team

Student entrepreneur Karim Abouelnaga on the value of putting together a strong team -- and how to keep it that way.

What I Learned About Running a Startup From Econ 101

Student entrepreneur Joseph Draschil on the theory of comparative advantage and how your startup would do well to learn about it.

Joseph Draschil

Appboy Founder on Turning a Chance Encounter into Entrepreneurship Gold

Here's how two young treps found their co-founder on the street, and went on to launch a successful venture-backed startup.

Can't Code? 4 Tips for the Non-Techie Young ‘Trep

Student entrepreneur David Gabeau on why computer-programming experience isn't critical to launching a successful tech startup.

David Gabeau

4 Tips to Avoid Co-Founder Conflict

Student entrepreneur Eric Muli on why it's important to be honest with your business partners and to quickly get over disagreements.

Eric Muli

Not a Superhero Entrepreneur? You'll Still Need a Sidekick

Business is nothing like comic books or the movies, but having sidekick when the going gets tough can't hurt. This Halloween, consider finding the Robin to your Batman.

Matthew Toren