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The decision to join a Startup vs a large corporation - and the associated pros and cons are not a static set - they vary greatly based on where you are, what your skill set is, what stage of your career you are in and so on. There are of course some that are universal (like being part of somethi...

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Better than a cover letter is to actually proactively DO something to help them. It'll show them not only that you've researched them, but you're passionate about the startup and worth bringing on. A man got a job at Square early on for just making them a marketing video on his own (back before...

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I did not actually have too much experience with bookkeeping platforms before. But we stick with Xero and there is no reason why I should look for another option.

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I recommend you tio develop a Balanced Score Card simplified version. It is one of the best tools for Strategy development and Focus on Excelent execution. It can be combined with other tool line SWOT analysis and Projects Perfect Execution. For more details please contact.

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It depends highly on the company's stage - number of employees, money raised, revenue, etc. I'd recommend you look at comparable companies by stage on www.angel.co and see what others are being offered from an equity + cash comp standpoint for Head of Marketing / CMO type roles.

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First things first - you have 2 ways to monetise. 1 - build an audience 2 - get paid to write (not necessarily on your site). 1 - How to get readers and build an audience If you have an audience then advertisers will pay to promote to your audience. It's important that you ensure your audienc...

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This is a typical problem with any start-up, i.e. intention to trade everything for equity. I am assuming that you're trying to trade equity for cash. In that case I would suggest you to look out for individuals with diversified skills and competencies. The reason being, less the number of indivi...

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"Based on the success we are able to achieve" suggests, to me, you are looking at a price that will be tagged to an earn out provision. In other words, the price of the deal will be contingent on you achieving specific revenue targets in the future. If I'm reading this wrong, please correct me...

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Number one way is talk to people in your network, they don't have to be in SV. You might be surprised who actually knows who, once you start asking. Outside of that you can try looking on platforms like gust.com and or use https://angel.co/jobs, hope this helps! Call me for more help!

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Looks like you have already defined your ideal customer; Next You need to find out where the potential students spend their time - Online & Physically - and meet them there. I'll start with the option, which I think has the most potential: and the answer is NOT online - do not underestimate the v...

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