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Last updated on January 2024

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What you'll learn

What to consider when seeking a good co-founder

How to maintain a balanced relationship between a founder and a co-founder

The role and importance of a co-founder in your organization

Equity and ownership rights a co-founder is entitled to

Managing disputes and conflicts between founders and co-founders

How to let go of a wayward co-founders

Requirements
  • Internet Access

  • You should know your way around computer basics

Description

One of the most critical tasks a startup founder has to carry out is to select the right team, starting with the co-founder or co-founders. Like any team sport or even a marriage, a bad founder, co-founder chemistry can spell disaster even before a startup has had the chance to ideate. Considering the gravity of this decision, you need all the guidance you can get before seeking out a suitable co-founder for your business. This course will give you a whole host of insights into how to avoid making a bad pairing by looking out for all the tell-tale signs that indicate behavioral or personality driven challenges you might face whilst looking for your ideal match.

This course includes
  • 3-5 hours on-demand video

  • 3 downloadable resources

  • Full lifetime access

  • Access on mobile and TV

  • Certificate of completion

Course Content

Duration: 1 Month

This course explores the relationships between founders and co-founders, including behavioral cues to watch out for when trying to woo a suitable co-founder for your startup. Apart from the technical, commercial or other expertise and even investment the co-founder brings to the table, it is important to understand how to choose the right co-founder for your organization. This course will give you a complete insight on a co-founder's duties, responsibilities, liabilities and attributes.

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Welcome to Opengrowth, your go-to destination for expert-curated courses designed to propel your startup or business to success. At Opengrowth, we understand the unique challenges and opportunities that entrepreneurs face in today's dynamic business landscape. That's why we've assembled a team of industry experts, each with years of experience and a proven track record of success, to create courses tailored specifically for startups and businesses.

Whether you're looking to master the fundamentals of business development, refine your marketing strategy, or hone your leadership skills, OpenGrowth has you covered. Our comprehensive selection of courses covers a wide range of topics, including finance, operations, sales, marketing, product development, and more.


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