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Business Partner and Investor Myths

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If you are starting and growing a business, home business or even an online business, the thought of bringing on an investor for more capital or a business partner for a different perspective crossed your mind. There is a negative connotation around having a business partner or investor and during our research landed on reasons why it wouldn’t work. We beg to differ. If you are serious about growth then you should be thinking about cash flow, investors, expertise and creating a plan that works. Today my business partner, James Flanagan, explain how we are making it work!

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