Taking on a co-founder? Six key steps for preparing your partnership agreement.
Byline: Neil Dewey in Kochie’s Business Builders
You have a brilliant idea, found the perfect co-founder or two and you’re all buzzing with enthusiasm to jump in and get started. But, before you get swept up in the excitement of myriad ways to launch your idea and test its viability, take a breath. It’s important to not build the foundation of your startup with just a verbal trust agreement, writes Neil Dewey, co-founder and COO, Lumi.Media.
Here are six things you might want to include in your co-founder agreement.
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