When two or more businesses share information and get the idea to pool their resources for the greater benefit of all involved, the amorphous “joint venture” is often identified as the choice vehicle for moving forward with the shared plan for innovation. Joint ventures can create immense value through the sharing of information and technology between otherwise unrelated entities that do not independently have all of the necessary assets to reach their desired levels of development and innovation. Common reasons for developing joint ventures include risk sharing, developing economies of scale, increasing market access, prevailing over geographic constraints, increasing access to capital, and the existence of mutually exclusive rights that prevent parties from realizing their full potential.
Introduction to Joint Ventures and Other Collaborative AgreementsPosted by lkpetrolino under Legal
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