As we head into tax season I thought I would publish the notes from Ogden Lilly's Visit in July 2007 Quickbooks is a great way to get started when setting up your company as the business grows, most people move up the Intuit product line it is very user friendly and looks like real accounting
One topic that stimulated some thought provoking conversation at this mornings breakfast was managing a consulting business while developing a product in a startup. Below is a summary of our discussion. Many early stage software firms start out having to balance their time allocation between consulting to keep the lights on, looking for customers (whether
Bryan Zmijewski, the CEO of Lucky Oliver, visited us in September and made several observations in a larger discussion about when to add a "real CEO." His short answer is later rather than sooner: Starting off you don't need a CEO. You just need someone who can get you across the first hurdle. Then you
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