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Joint Venture Tips

Joint Venture Tips

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Published by Benny Priyatna
Tips for successful Partnerships
Tips for successful Partnerships

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Published by: Benny Priyatna on Nov 11, 2009
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After You Read This Guide
6 focused tips, covering the entire JV partnership spectrum
2 actions to make sure you never omit, when taking this step
5 essential attributes you must display, to make top qualitypartners eager to work with you - the next time
The one thing it's vital not to do, the moment your project's complete
3 levels you need to pay attention to, if your partnershipinvolves joint product development
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Joint Ventures: Tips For Successful Partnerships
While it‟s true that a Joint Venture can be a flash
-in-the-pan, one-time sortof thing, why waste a golden opportunity?
If you treat your JV as a flash in the pan, it‟s guaran
teed to turn into
exactly that
. Your partner may find the experience so forgettable, theirnon-experience with you slips
out of their minds like yesterday‟s email.
After all, they did their part (hardly missing a beat from their regularmarketing efforts.) They wrote a review, gained a few more subscribers totheir list. The commission your sales produced, they hardly noticed amongall their others
 Worse, perhaps the experience was nothing but a pain for them frombeginning to end. With the best intentions, the truth was, your projectended up being:
Full of “gaps” 
Less than stunningAnd you yourself know in hindsight that you fell down on a few details.
You tell yourself: “Oh well… I‟ll do better next time.” 
The only problem is, if this is how things went down, there may not
a “next time!” 
 At least, not with that particular marketer!

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