The old saying, “be careful who you get in bed with” really does ring true. Nothing new in the world of business when it comes to breakups. It comes with doing business. Many partnerships die and typically they do with all parties no longer on speaking terms. It is even further complicated when a romantic relationship mixes with business. You want to avoid both and in the event you do business with a romantic partner or a spouse, treat it as you would business with an outsider. No short cuts, get the proper business infrastructure and legal agreements in place etc.
Lessons should be learned from this two without you having to go through the experiences yourselves.
We regret to officially announce the resignation of Nollywood actress Monalisa Chinda from Monalisa Magazine, which also marks the end of her partnership with Mr. Lanre Nzeribe, due to irreconcilable professional differences.
Over the past few months, both parties have made concerted efforts to retain their partnership, to no avail, which led to their mutual agreement that a separation would be the best course of action.
Monalisa Chinda for Monalisa Magazine – January 2014 – BellaNaija – 024
Though she has, so far, committed so much time, energy and resources into the project, it is high time she moved on as she pursues renewed ethos to raise her standards of professionalism and focus on projects closer to her heart.
Monalisa Chinda extends her sincere appreciation to the entire staff of the company for the great working experience during the time being. She wishes Mr. Nzeribe and the staff all the best in their future endeavours.
She also wishes to express her profound gratitude to her wonderful fans for their unreserved support through the years. Thank you for your continued support as the Monalisa brand promises greater things to come.
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