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NEWS & UPDATES

April 18, 2019

When you try to figure out your strategy as an early stage company, it's quite easy to find all kinds of theoretical advice online put forth by economists and academics.  In fact, when I was in business school we even had to create a business plan that was probably about 40 pages long.  Oh, the horror!

But in the real world, when you actually have to...

September 24, 2018

While exiting your startup might not seem like the goal in the beginning, it will be if and when you take investor money.  And while you may think you'll want to run your business forever, the reality is that the time to move on will eventually present itself.

So the issue at hand should not be deciding whether or not to sell, but rather deciding what you...

June 20, 2017

Business leaders need great people both inside the company and out - investors, customers, partners, advisors - as well as a great support network at home. All of these people are critical to the business.

As important as any other aspect of your job as CEO is the need to cultivate the best team possible given the limitations of your budget, mission and he...

May 31, 2017

So you’ve built an awesome product/company/service and you’ve clearly defined your value offering – now what?

Start telling people about it! Someone isn’t likely to buy your product if they’ve never heard of it before. But what methods do you use to tout your awesomeness?

Most companies go straight to social media when trying to promote their business. Howe...

May 11, 2017

Confession time.

I have done exactly what I have been telling my clients NOT to do.  I’ve been working “in” my business, not “on” my business.

It’s been a long time since I’ve written a blog post.  I started out writing a post 3 times per week, then 2x/week, then 1x/week, then 2x/month, then 1x/month, then….. nothing. Nothing for over 8 months.

I’ve been bus...

November 22, 2013

Why do companies buy other companies?  Is it because they can get a positive IRR (internal rate of return) or ROI (return on investment)?  Do they do deals because the return may be greater than their WACC (weighted average cost of capital)?  No, absolutely not.

Then why are those measurements used to determine if an acquisition was successful? T...

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