One entrepreneur's advice for growing a family business

Humor and boundaries go a long way, according to Hannah Kullberg, co-founder of Better Bean.

Having a family member as a business partner can be great in so many ways—knowing that you're compatible, sharing costs on travel and having a baseline level of trust already established, for example. But it also requires a good sense of humor and clear boundaries, says Hannah Kullberg, co-founder of Better Bean. 

Here she explains how she and her dad, Keith, make it work.

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