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Winning Relationships: Best Practices for Teaming, Mentor-Protégé and Joint Venture Agreements

The My Business Journey (MBJ) Series

 

The MBJ Series shares the stories of successful Women Veterans in Business.  It also seeks to empower, educate, and enable like-minded Women Veteran Entrepreneurs.

 

Episode 5, Title: Winning Relationships:  Best Practices for Teaming, Mentor-Protégé and Joint Venture Agreements

 

This session allows seasoned legal and successful business women the opportunity to address operational, relational, and legal best practices in the areas of teaming, mentor-protégé and joint ventures agreements.  The webinar will provide proven recommendations for addressing some of the most pervasive problems in developing agreements.

 

Content: Seasoned legal and successful business personnel will address operational, relational, and legal best practices in the areas of teaming, mentor-protégé and joint ventures agreements.  The webinar will provide proven recommendations for addressing some of the most pervasive problems in developing agreements.

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