10 Super Successful Startup Partnerships That Nailed The World

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Bangalore: “It is rare to find a business partner who is selfless; if you are lucky it happens once in a lifetime”. Not all entrepreneurs need partners, but many successful companies including Google, Apple, eBay, and Facebook were built by multiple leaders with their creative and productive relationships.

Many of such relationships have grabbed ideas and made products, which was once a dream. Interstingly, many were long-time friends, classmates, family friends or relatives. They have indeed come out with their best products; some split, some stuck and some vanished. Also, many of these duos have gone on to run some of the most successful businesses in our time, as reported by business insider.

Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak

Wozniak had an idea, Jobs had a vision. 

Year:  1976
Company: Apple Inc.
Partnership: Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak became friends at a summer job in 1970. Woznaik was building a simple computer, doing something that he was good at and Jobs foresaw a potential opportunity to sell it.
How it worked: Woz's technical skills accompanied with Jobs' business foresight made the two an ultimate business match. And it is a relationship that has withstood decades, fame and fortune. Today, it is a reality that we do a lot of things which was once an idea by these partners.

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