When youâ€™ve got a great CFO, itâ€™s tempting to keep her siloed in the â€śmoney corner,â€ť slaving away in Excel and making projections. You rely on her to monitor cash flow and paint an accurate picture of your companyâ€™s financial health â€” now and in the future.
Startup communities are cropping up all over the world. Which makes it easy to wonder if you should work at a startup. In fact,Â Global NewsÂ called 2014 ‘The Year of Startup Communities’. Almost every day, a new accelerator program is announced.
Startups need press coverage. There are so many examples of how one good exposure in the media has sparked a viral story across the internet. It sounds easy, but a lot of legwork goes on in the background to make this happen.
When youâ€™re starting up a new venture, itâ€™s easy to become overwhelmed. Sometimes, it seems as though your startup is running you, not the other way around.Â For me, this meant spending too many hours a week working where I wasnâ€™t needed.