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Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurs are born not made

October 16, 2013

A three-year-old with a briefcase at the front door who says, “I go to the office,” is an entrepreneur. Because entrepreneurs are born, not made. You can make ‘em better…but you just can’t make ‘em. That fact is so true,... Read More

A day in the spotlight women led business

September 26, 2013

Last Friday was an important day for women business owners. Two things happened that made us want to take a minute to focus on women-led businesses on our blog. In Atlanta, an exciting group of women entrepreneurs arrived at Frazier... Read More

Working with Private Equity Quality of Earnings

June 28, 2013

This blog series examines best practices for CEOs and CFOs who are considering a private equity transaction, culled from working with hundreds of transactions across all industries. The third topic in our series about working with a PEG is Quality... Read More

What Difference Do Women Entrepreneurs Make Anyway?

June 19, 2013

Entrepreneur blogger Moira Vetter, author of AdVenture, shares the statistics about characteristics women have that vastly improve business results. Quite a bit it turns out. Women have characteristics that vastly improve business results, which is why so many major corporations are instituting... Read More

Entrepreneur Education the Nuts and Bolts of Nerve

June 5, 2013

Entrepreneur blogger Moira Vetter, author of AdVenture, takes a look at recent studies about starting a business. A recent article in the Economist talked about a new PwC/Google Australia report, The Startup Economy, which found that, among individuals who said... Read More

The Family Owned Business Succession Plan

May 15, 2013

Small businesses are the engine running the U.S. economy, helping fuel the recovery.   According to the Small Business Administration 90% of all businesses in North America are family owned and managed.  With the aging of the baby boomers, a... Read More

The Entrepreneur Exit

May 8, 2013

This week’s entrepreneur blog is from our guest blogger Cliff Oxford, CEO of the Oxford Center for Entrepreneurs and entrepreneur blogger for the New York Times. Cliff takes a look at the dangers of the amateur exit. Successful entrepreneurs take... Read More

Succession Planning Questions for Founders

April 24, 2013

Succession Planning Part Two. This blog series will take a look at Common Problems in Succession Planning, Questions Founders should Ask Themselves, and finally Elements of a Strong Succession Plan. Today’s topic is Questions CEOs/Founders should ask themselves. Transitioning leadership... Read More

Succession Planning for Family Owned Businesses

April 4, 2013

Small businesses are the engine running the U.S. economy, helping fuel the recovery.   According to the Small Business Administration 90% of all businesses in North America are family owned and managed. With the aging of baby boomers, a significant... Read More

Go West Young Man, Just Don’t Go Public

March 7, 2013

This month more insights about entrepreneurship brought to you by Moira Vetter, CEO of Modo Modo Agency.  There used to be a time when, for ambitious entrepreneurs, the IPO was the end goal. Grow like crazy, then go public. It wasn’t... Read More

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