Being in a business partnership can almost be like a marriage. You’re sharing responsibilities, stress, and profits! But what happens when the partnership is no longer serving you well? In this week’s episode of the This Week In Weddings podcast, we’re chatting with wedding photographer Cameron Clark, who started as a solopreneur, gained a business partner, and then went back to being in business by herself. We’re digging into the pros and cons of having a business partner, as well as the steps for dissolving the partnership.
About our guest:
After nineteen years as a professional photographer, Cameron still enjoys capturing real moments within the chaos of a wedding day. She draws inspiration from fashion, photojournalism and art. She has photographed weddings all over the world from Brazil to New York.
Cameron Clark Photography has been published in Brides, Southern Weddings Magazine, Style Me Pretty, The Knot Magazine, Charleston Weddings Magazine, Destination Weddings Magazine, Wedding Chicks, Pacific Wedding Magazine, Over the Moon, and Destination I Do.
Cameron’s top goal is to maintain a respected, profitable national luxury business that fosters creativity, entrepreneurship and provides and family-centered lifestyle. Cameron, her husband and two children reside in Flagstaff, Arizona. In this episode, listeners will hear about:
- Cameron’s background in photography and how she got into the wedding industry
- How Cameron went from being a solopreneur, running her business by herself to having a business partner
- How and when Cameron and her business partner knew that they needed to make a change
- The legal and logistical implications for breaking up a business partnership
- Things that Cameron wished she would have done differently in the process of forming a business partnership
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