We continue to work our way through wind downs in the third part of the series from Roger Glovsky. Roger, you have the floor… The primary responsibility for shutting down operations and liquidating assets falls on the managers and/or owners of the business, at least until or unless the creditors or court system takes over. […]
Author: Jason Mendelson
Last week we started the blog series (written by Roger Glovsky), How to Wind Down Your Company. The response and comments were great! Keep them coming. This week we tackle the hardest problem of all: deciding when to shut down your company. It is not easy an easy decision, especially for entrepreneurs. Starting a company […]
Today’s interesting post is from Matt Eventoff and talks about how startups need a communications strategy while raising money – not all that dissimilar from a disgraced politician. Thanks Matt!
Of the most popular posts that Brad and I have created are our series on Term Sheets, Compensation, and Mergers and Acquisitions. One of the subjects that we’ve wanted to tackle has been the dissolution of companies. It’s never fun to think about failure, but it happens a lot. Unfortunately, we haven’t gotten around to […]
Today, the great post is by my partner Brad. He has a great post on how to run a great board meeting. Should be required reading in my opinion.
Today’s post is from Matt Eventoff – a communications consultant who has good tips for entrepreneurs who are pitching VCs. I reinforce that having a clear message is really important. If you get off on the wrong foot in a presentation and can’t clearly definite your value proposition, you risk losing the interest of the […]