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Strategic Partnerships

Strategic Alliances


Joint Ventures (JVs)

Sharing Capital, Technology, Human Resources, Risks and Rewards

Vadim Kotelnikov

Vadim Kotelnikov, founder of 1000ventures - personal logo Vadim Kotelnikov




In a joint venture (JV), two or more "parent" companies agree to share and synergize capital, technology, human resources, risks and rewards in a formation of a new entity under shared control.





Why Joint Ventures?

Joint ventures are becoming an increasingly common way for companies to form strategic alliances because there are good business and accounting reasons to create a JV with a company that has complementary capabilities and  resources, such as distribution channels, technology, or finance.

Benefits of Joint Ventures



International JV

Operating a joint venture with a foreign partner requires time, resources, and cross-cultural skills. Cultural intelligence and strategic thinking can be the prescription to avoiding errors in cross-cultural projects... More



Coaching by Example


United Nationals

− our global joint venture




Prepare a Business Plan

To maximize the chances of success, the prospective joint venture partners should first jointly prepare and agree on a business plan ─ even before signing the joint venture agreement. It will enable each party to judge the other's expectations, level of interest, management style and experience... More

Startup Business Plan



Common Reasons for Joint Venture Difficulties

The joint venture partners possess disparate, different and often conflicting, corporate cultures and operational styles... More




Preparing a Joint Venture Agreement

"Good fences make good neighbors." ~ Robert Frost

A good agreement is critical to success of your venture. Once the business plan is finalized, preparing the joint venture agreement becomes much easier. Using a joint venture check-list will also help you prepare a sound joint venture agreement.

A preliminary MoU Between Joint Venture Partners