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Do You Need a Kickstart or a Kickfurther?

March 7, 2017

Traditionally, crowdfunding is an inherent risk for all involved parties; for the investor, since there’s nothing to ensure their money is being spent appropriately, and for the manufacturers, […]

Quick Tips for Accurate Books

January 24, 2017

Are your books accurate?  Do you know where your money has gone? Which investments have worked and which have not?  Where the most efficient places are to spend […]

Main Street Exchange: A One-Stop Shop for Online Securities Financing

January 20, 2017

Building a company isn’t easy. There’s financing to worry about. Customers and products. Team-building. Uncertainty. When Main Street Exchange’s Brendon Sullivan – a serial entrepreneur – set out […]

Real Innovation, Virtual Reality

December 19, 2016

Owlchemy labs—a leading name in VR game development—successfully completed a $5 million Series A round in August with the bulk of that money coming from Qualcomm, HTC, the […]

P&L, Balance Sheet, and Cash Flow 101

December 19, 2016

The core financial statements of a business are comprised of the following three documents: a statement of profit and loss (also referred to as a “P&L”, or an […]

Enabling Your Advisors, Board Members, and Investors

November 16, 2016

Do you have board members, investors, and/or advisors? Are you optimizing the manner in which they can assist you in building your business by efficiently leveraging their expertise? […]

Bookings, Billings, Revenue, Pipeline

November 16, 2016

Pipeline, bookings, revenue, and billings – they’re key to business performance regardless of industry. But the relationship between them can be difficult to understand, even for experienced CEOs […]

Deciding Between Accrual and Cash Accounting

October 24, 2016

Over the past few months, we have been asked by numerous business owners, “I’ve been told by others that I should switch to accrual accounting, but it seems […]

An Interview with Jeff Russell, CEO of Teton Waters Ranch

October 24, 2016

When the real estate market crashed in 2008, Jeff Russell didn’t know what to do. He’d just left his job to help manage a new real estate venture […]