Should You Start a New Venture with Someone You Barely Know?
(Econsultancy.com) You have a great idea for a business, but you don’t have the knowledge, skills and relationships to pull it off yourself. What should you do? It’s a question that is asked time and time again by plenty of entrepreneurs, many of whom realize that founding a successful business will require a co-founder. Unfortunately, finding a co-founder can seem just as tough as getting a business off the ground. After all, starting a business with someone else requires more than just complimentary knowledge, skills and relationships. It requires a good working relationship, and trust.