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How Do I Find A Working Partner?

I have a business that can easily be duplicated in most major markets.
My question is how do I find a Partner in other cities?
They don't need any capital, I have the money and credit.
I just need someone to make the face to face sales calls in their area.
Any suggestions?

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JJ Cson,
Could you elaborate more. I have extensive experience establishing new markets in the USA and Internationally
Thanks
Ed Howard
Diplomattoo@gmail.com

Feb 22, 2011
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Palm Beach County, FL

I am interested in what this business is about. I am in west palm beach florida.
e-mail me with specifics at vonberge68@aol.com

Jan 9, 2010
craig curran
Golden Gate
Owner
Cobb County, GA

What type of work are you in...

Jan 7, 2010
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bell development llc
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Baldwin County, AL

I currently moved to birmingham Al. I would like to discuss more with this business. Let me know more details please. thanks

Jan 4, 2010
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If you would send more information to naija2atl@yahoo.com I might be interested. I am willling to put my funds into a sound bussiness. I am in the Atlanta area.

Jan 4, 2010
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What type of business?

Dec 24, 2009
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The BAF Group LLC
MD

Although there is a lot of waste involved in the responses, and you REALLY have to be careful, I would start with Craigslist. I used to do recruitment in cities all over the Country. I would place an ad in a local newspaper, screen the people by phone, set up an appropriate number of candidates for personal interviews on a given day, giving each 90 minutes - or whatever you think you need. (Allow for meas and bathroom breaks.) Craigslist is free; the paper costs more, but you get less and potentially more serious respondents.

I would rent a conference room at a local motel, or you can use any variety of such locations. Some Chambers of Commerce will offer an office for the interviews. And use a potential second day for bringing back you top candidate(s). If you think college students would work, go through placement offices; they will potentially offer space for interviews there.

Or, look for ways to network and take referrals in other cities. There are a lot of ways to do those kinds of things.

Dec 23, 2009

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