There's a lot to consider when starting your own company and one of the first big decisions you need to make is whether to go it alone or bring in one or more co-founders. Choosing who's going to be on the founding team is the second big decision. According to Harvard Business School professor Noam Wasserman, 65% of startups fail as a result of co-founder conflict. Here, Sergei Revzin and Vadim Revzin share how to reduce the risk of failure by taking steps to avoid co-founder conflict while also making sure the business can survive if a co-founder decides to leave.
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