A partnership is a legal business structure in which two or more individuals share management responsibilities and profits. The federal government acknowledges various types of partnerships, with the two most common being general partnerships and limited partnerships. In a general partnership, all partners are involved in the management and have unlimited liability for the partnership's debts. In a limited partnership, there are general partners who manage the business and have unlimited liability, and limited partners who invest capital but have limited liability.


Partner With Grid R&D

Grid R&D actively seeks collaborative opportunities with experts, suppliers, contractors, and technology partners to foster inclusivity and diversity in their industries and markets. They aim to work with like-minded individuals and organizations who share their drive to make a positive impact in the industries and communities that are important to their clients.


Business Partnership

If your business will be owned and operated by multiple individuals, you may consider structuring it as a partnership. There are two types of partnerships: general partnerships and limited partnerships. In a general partnership, the partners are actively involved in managing the business and are personally responsible for its debts and obligations. On the other hand, a limited partnership consists of general partners who run the business and assume liability, and limited partners who are passive investors and have limited liability.


Find a Business Partner

If you are looking to start or expand your business and seeking business partners or investors, our platform is the ideal place for you. Unlike others, we enable you to directly connect with investors and business partners. You can register for free to explore the site and upgrade when you're ready to engage with others. As an angel investor, you'll have access to thousands of promising opportunities, knowing that the businesses you invest in won't have to pay substantial finder's fees to intermediaries.