No channel partner relationship is perfect. However, an understanding of one another's goals and open lines of communication can often overcome such situations.

A very useful article by Jason Jacobs, CEO of Channeltivity.

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Written by bigmoneyweb
854 days ago

If you’re just getting started with your business, you probably can’t imagine what a significant challenge it can be to get rid of your business partner. But, as any established entrepreneur will tell you, not every business partner or every ­project is a good one—or even worth your time. So breaking up is probably a good idea. Thanks for sharing.



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