Is it correct to say:
Would you like to start a cooperation (with us)?
Or should it be:
Would you like to cooperate (with us)?
I feel like the first sentence is wrong, as it sounds to much like saying
would you like to start a corporation (with us)? (with a dutch accent) but the second sentence suggests more aggressive style of asking for someone to cooperate with you. Maybe there is a better way to ask this question?
I should also state I am referring to a international business venture / collaboration. Where for example we would like to sell electronics on our website from his/her company for a small commission or put your vacation house up for rent on our website for a small commission. You would eventually sign a contact to do this(of course).
So what I'm asking is: is it correct to ask the above stated questions? or is there a better way?
Note: It should not sound like you would want to 'hook up' with the person your talking to e.g. partnering relationship