30 Mar '16, 7pm

Recommended Reading for Startup Founders, Part II

In Recommended Reading for Founders Part I I covered leadership and strategy. This time I’m providing reading recommendations for how to secure funding for your startup, the possibilities for an exit, and making your day-to-day activities easier. Day-to-Day Part of being a business owner is handling day-to-day tasks. More often than not, we have to learn by trial and error to streamline each process and see what the best way is to accomplish each task. Remove some of the guesswork from the beginning by reading these books on some of the more routine actions we have to take when bootstrapping a business without full time accountants, lawyers, and sales people. Remember that these books aren’t meant to replace these positions or experts, just help you better understand how to solve small problems and better communicate with your team to speed up your workflow. Difficult Conv...

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