Archive for 'Advisory Board'
Posted on 12. Jul, 2012 by BMB.
Recently, BoardMyBiz.com had the opportunity to meet with Lena Beck Roervig to pick her brain and take a new perspective on the role of advisory boards. Lena Beck Roervig has the distinction of being my first female advisor interview, as well as my first European interview. One of the things that I’ve learned through this process is that diversity of ideas, backgrounds, and lifestyles are important to building competent advisory boards, which is to say that it is also imperative in informing on the subject.
Posted on 16. May, 2012 by BMB.
To view the full article, just click on the link: Raising Capital? Don’t Do It Alone…. When it comes to raising capital, an advisory board can put you ahead of the game. Brad Aronson noted in 23 Killer Business Lessons from Shark Tank: “Getting a Shark to invest in your company is one way to get partners with experience and [...]
Posted on 09. Sep, 2011 by BoardMyBiz.
A quick reading, how-to book on building advisory boards, running your own advisory board and getting the most value out of your advisory board.
Posted on 01. Oct, 2010 by BoardMyBiz.
A brief on a BusinessWeek article about BoardMyBiz, Small Biz Advisors and the value of Advisory Boards. Karen Klein interviews boardmybiz advisors on their motivation to help small biz grow and expand.
Posted on 03. Aug, 2010 by BoardMyBiz.
As a follow up to a guest blog, we highlight the benefits of candor in the boardroom and in small business as a whole. The importance of candor is invaluable according to Jack Welch and has applications at every level of any business.
Posted on 12. May, 2010 by Bill Bubenicek.
As a small business owner you need to know what qualities to look for in an advisor. Especially if you are considering them for your board! Direct and candid advice is more important than expertise; however a combination is recommended!
How to Gain Valuable Experience And Build Wealth In A Challenging Economy By Joining A Small Business Advisory Board
Posted on 11. Nov, 2009 by Bill Bubenicek.
Joining a small business advisory board has many benefits, chief among them: you can get valuable high-level business experience and potentially make some good money.
Posted on 08. Oct, 2009 by Bill Bubenicek.
There are many benefits to becoming an advisor to a small business. But, how do you find businesses to advise? And, how do you find the ones that are right for you and your particular experience? We’ve put together 10 sure-fire strategies to help you get a seat on the right advisory board now.