Joint Venture Agreements
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Joint Ventures FAQs
What is a Joint Venture?
How do Joint Ventures work?
Many businesses have a large start-up cost that have to be funded by loans which the business owner is liable for, with a Joint Venture all owners are liable for the companies debts which makes for less risk for an individual, had they started the business on their own.
Usually, the amount of the shares that each business owner has in the company will reflect that amount of investment that they have made. Although, all aspects are considered when making such decisions, like: if one owner is bringing business with them from previous occupations, expertise in the industry and connections.
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