Small businesses can benefit from strategic alliance by gaining complementary skills and technology they may not have. Here is a 5-step process to find a perfect match to form an alliance.

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Written by HeatherStone
375 days ago

Hi Harry,

Small businesses gain so much by pooling resources. Actually, even larger businesses do this regularly, and it's something small entrepreneurs can learn from the big guys. Aside from relieving the pressure of having to handle everything yourself, there's, of course, the possibility of scaling so much more quickly. And helping other partners do the same.



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