Forming a joint venture (JV) or a partnership with another company benefits both sides in a variety of ways, such as shared capital expenses and human resources, faster access to new technologies, and the ability to draw from a larger, combined talent pool of workers. A joint venture can also help each side tap into new geographical regions and markets, as well as soften potential financial risks.
When larger companies bond with smaller ones, it’s usually to outsource some aspect of the project, such as research and development. The smaller businesses then capitalize on the larger companies’ IT resources to boost the quantity and the quality of their work (ideally).
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