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    Default Doing business with business

    How many people here have worked under their own business and have worked with other businesses as a means to get products sold in more locations or perhaps offered a service to help someone else' business grow?

    I find that if you own a business or a part owner of one, it is a good idea to get close with other businesses out there that can help yours grow while also helping someone else' grow too.
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    There are a lot of companies who manufacture products that are not branded and then you are able to buy them and put your branding on them. I see this a lot with gym equipment.
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    I have heard of some places going into partnerships. They give each other discounts and a small cut of the profits through their partnership with each other.

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    I have worked with a few different companies side by side for different reasons. It helps to have connections and build relationships with other businesses long term for sure.

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    Local smaller businesses should work together to build each other up. So many large corporate run shops take over areas and leave little room for new businesses to expand and it just ain't right!

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