This page contains a collection of web pages I have selected to give you an overall understanding of joint ventures, but first, a few brief points to consider.
A joint venture can be a partnership for the sale of a product, a service, or a collaboration between companies.
When you set up a joint venture the two parties don’t control each other’s core business, but partner together to benefit from their combined resources. A joint venture may be for a certain amount of time or for the completion of a project.
You could be involved in a joint venture where your business can offer a product you don’t have. Instead, you send the customers to your joint venture partner that deals with that product. In return, they give you a percentage of the sale or send you their customers that want your product.
Another way a joint venture may work is, one or more businesses create a Joint venture as a new business. In summary, some joint venture deals can get very creative. Have a look at the resources included in this post that will give you an overview and examples of how a joint venture works.
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Joint Ventures – Overview
Step To Creating A Joint Venture
Types of Joint Ventures
Joint Venture Vs Partnership
Joint Venture Agreements
The Pros and Cons of Joint Ventures
Joint Ventures Do’s and Don’ts
Examples Joint Ventures
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