For Couples Working Together,
Setting Ground Rules is a Must
by Carol Sorgen
You married your beloved for better or for worse, in sickness and in health, for richer or for poorer. But for profit or for loss?If you’re in business together, that’s about the size of it.
Take David and Sharon Nevins, for instance.
David Nevins credits much of Owings Mills-based Nevins and Associates’ success to his wife.Sharon Nevins joined the 10-year-old public relations, marketing, advertising and customer service firm two years ago and started the company’s advertising division. But David Nevins, whose firm had capitalized local billings of $6 million last year, admits the partnership–the business one–isn’t necessarily a “forever” thing.”It’s advantageous now, but we have no long-term plans,” he says. More…