Your Quick 10- Point Checklist on Finding the Right Business Partner

real estate investing Jan 23, 2023
New Business Partner Checklist

Bringing on a new business partner can be a great way to grow your business, but it's important to choose the right person. Here's a checklist of things to consider when evaluating potential partners:

  1. Compatibility: Do you get along well with this person and share similar values and goals?
  2. Trust: Do you trust this person to handle sensitive information and make sound business decisions?
  3. Expertise: Does this person have the skills and knowledge necessary to contribute to the success of the business?
  4. Responsibility: Are you confident that this person will take on their share of the work and responsibilities of running the business?
  5. Vision: Does this person share your vision for the future of the business and have a similar long-term strategy?
  6. Work ethic: Is this person reliable, hardworking, and committed to the success of the business?
  7. Communication: Can you effectively communicate and make decisions as a team?
  8. Financial contribution: Will this person be able to financially contribute to the business, and do you agree on how profits will be shared?
  9. Legal considerations: Have you thoroughly reviewed and understood any legal agreements, such as a partnership contract or operating agreement?
  10. Conflict resolution: Have you discussed how conflicts will be resolved, and do you feel confident in your ability to handle conflicts as a team?

It's important to carefully consider all of these factors before bringing on a business partner, as a strong partnership can be a valuable asset to your business, while a poorly-matched partner can create unnecessary challenges.


Marcin Drozdz

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