People go into business together for many reasons.
Some start a business together, and others become partners through relationships driven by money, skill or talent.
Over the last six months, says Aurik Business Accelerator founder Pavlo Phitidis, the number of partnerships that are fragmenting and stalling the progress of the business has heightened.
Differences in age and perspective, adverse media reports about the business environment and socio-political noise may cause differing views on the business and its future.
They spoke about managing a formerly great partnership that is stalling the business due to divergent views.
For more detail, listen to the interview in the audio below.
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