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Successful business partnerships

thedoo
September 27, 2017

To make business with a partner can greatly increase your chances of business success because a partner can provide their own connections, expertise and skills that the company needs to be successful. Below are eight successful business partnerships that changed not only the business partners' lives, but the world changed forever.

Apple

Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak – Jobs as well as Wozniak were known as throwing out, but together they form a friendship that would build them into one of the world's most famous technology companies. This famous duo was introduced by their mutual friend Bill Fernandez in 1971 when Jobs 16 was and Wozniak 21. Wozniak showed his simple computer computer to Jobs. This was impressed with Jobs and he believed he could sell the machine for a profit. It was Wozniak's computer use, combined with Job's marketing skills, which led to what we now know as Apple, Inc. In 2008, Apple had annual revenue of $ 33.04 billion and profit of $ 11.15Billion.

Dixie Chicks

Martie & Emily Erwin and Natalie Maines – The Dixie Chicks started with sisters Martie and Emily Erwin who played music on Dallas's street corners for minor change. The sisters later invite Natalie Maines to participate in their country music rock group. From 2008, the Dixie Chicks won 13 Grammy prizes with over 27 million record records for their first three albums.

Dolce and Gabbana (D & G)

Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbanna – this world-renowned design duo met as an assistant at a studio in Milan. By sharing a strong passion for fashion, they made their name in 1985 when Milano Collezioni invited them to participate in a fashion show. In 1997, their company had a reported turnover of â € œ400Million.

Google

Larry Page and Sergey Brin- Google started a research project in Page 1996 as he undertook his Ph.D at Stanford University. Page joined Sergey Brin, also a Stanford University PhD student. Together they worked day and night to create the largest and most popular search engine in history. In 2006, Google reported an advertising revenue of US $ 10.492 billion and in March 2009 Google's market capitalization was reported at $ 103.15Billion.

Kate Moss

Kate Moss and Sarah Doukas-Kate Moss, 14 years old, approached by Sarah Doukas-Founder-Storm Model Management at the JFK Airport in New York City, after returning from a family holiday. Kate Moss has since appeared on more than 300 magazine covers and is rated as number two on the Forbes 15 richest supermodel list.

Microsoft

Bill Gates and Paul Allen- with each other and became friends at Lakeside School in Seattle. Gates and Allen worked together day and night to create the first microcomputer. This led to the creation of one of the most successful and largest American companies in history, as well as placing Gates and Allen among the richest people in the world.

Proactiv

Dr. Katie Rodan and Dr. Kathy Fields met at Stanford University during their medical homes. Together, they are able to announce one of the best-selling acne treatments known as Proactiv® Soultions, with more than $ 850 million a year.

Siegfried & Roy

Martin Siegfried and Roy Horn-shared more than just their love for magic. They both had fathers who were abusive alcoholics and soldiers of Hitler's army. Siegfried and Roy had decided to leave their difficult past behind them, and they had taken the same positions at work. It was here on the ocean liner they met and discovered that they had a passion and a desire to perform their magic for live audiences. This connection would lead them to obtain the most sold, gross profit producing show in Vegas history with an annual payment of $ 36million per year. A quote from Siegfried and Roy on their website can no longer be perfect in describing their success: "We followed our dreams because dreams were all we had. In the process, our lives became magical."

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