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The Checklist Every Small Business Owner Must Read Before Partnering With A Big Company

Shutterstock Asymmetric partnerships (thosebetween a Startup and a Big Company), from the startup’s point of view, are all about growth. You want them to push your product to their customers. You are convinced that between the additional bookings and affiliation with a marquee name, a couple of deals like that will [...]
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