Aug 8, 2018
Typical business advice often warns people not to start a business with their best friend if they want the company -- or the friendship -- to last. When a Harvard Business School professor studied over 10,000 startups, he found that the least stable teams were friends, with a founder turnover rate of 28.6%, higher than teams of virtual strangers. But Meghan Patke and Lisa Strangis have proven that with a shared passion and respect for each other, you can balance the friend and business partner relationship. Tune in as Susan sits down with Meghan and Lisa to discuss how they collaborated and compromised to make the business and relationship work.
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