This article is the next in the series discussing how to dramatically increase your businesses profits through Joint Ventures. We started off the series with this article which gave a good overview of the basics of getting together a joint venture (“JV”) deal. Now we can look at more specifics.
Have you ever wondered how the REALLY big money in this is being made? Not just good money like hundreds or even a couple of thousands of pounds a month. Big money. £10,000, £20,000, £30,000 or more a month. The biggest secret to these results is Joint Ventures.
As many people will know I have made a great deal of money by selling other people’s products on a Joint Venture basis.
(See http://www.JointVentureSecrets.co.uk for more details)
At first glance this can seem like an odd arrangement, the inevitable question that people ask is “why would the owner of a product let you sell that product and keep half the profits?” Why not simply sell it themselves and keep all of the money?
OK. So you know that your joint venture idea is the best thing since sliced bread. You know it can earn everybody concerned a shedload of money. But now you need to get that over to your prospective joint venture partner. Just how do you do it?
I know that you’re keen! I know that you’re enthusiastic about getting up and running with your next joint venture project. I know you’re probably wanting to rush off and get it underway today. But STOP! There’s a well-known saying in business that applies to joint ventures as much if not more than any other