Developing a successful co-founder relationship requires effort and understanding from both sides.

However, its longevity depends on choosing the right business partner to build your company with.

Whether you’re in business with a family member, friends or someone you simply met at a networking event, how you handle the partnership is arguably similar to being in a committed relationship.

We ask these founders – Jenk Oz and Carmen Greco (iCoolKid), Hannah and Faith Russell (Mags Creative), Jonathon Valentine and Mike Brockman (ThingCo), Chris Green and Theadora Alexander (Young Foodies), Felix Bollen and Anton Borkmann (German Kraft) – to share their stories of how they met their co-founders, the challenges of working together and how they handle conflict:


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