Business Alliances vs Joint Ventures

Business Alliances vs Joint Ventures

I recently watched this video with Janet Attwood where she introduces a notion of business alliances. I love this idea and will definitively be going forward with this!

Watch this short video as Janet shares 5 essentials to business alliances and how they’re so much more powerful than affiliate and joint ventures for your business.

I can’t wait to learn all the juicy details from Janet at Internet Prophets LIVE in Chicago. Want to join me, and grab a cup of coffee together? Check out this awesome event and see you there!

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4 comments on «Business Alliances vs Joint Ventures»

  1. liglannafaleng says:

    Nice video thanks for sharing. I love the meaningful connection with business partners.

  2. Marcel says:

    This subject has always been a point of interest for me ever since I began web marketing. So I have always wondered if there is any differences between an alliance and an affiliate program or joint venture, for that matter. I have been considering deploying the publishing business model for an online magazine and part of that uses content from established publishers by building alliances to promote more exposure for publishers in exchange for their content.

  3. Steve says:

    I have heard about this before and this is something that I will look into as well because it sounds like a win, win situation for both parties. Joint ventures can get harry and leave a bad taste in your mouth when it is over but an alliance is something that would work out much better I think. Keep up the good work and keep the information coming.

    1. I love that Steve. Strategic alliances last longer and create amazing friendships too. You will love working with your partners and great things will come to both of you. :)

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