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I have just recently partnered with a network of 800 Family Offices around the world that are interested in acquisitions and investments for US based companies. If you send me a pm with the details of your company I could evaluate to build a first connection.

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Growing up from 1+subs to a team like you're saying is a classic problem in consulting. The financial math is not in your favor until you get a consistent team. Here's an article of mine detailing the issues and also detailing solutions: http://blog.asmartbear.com/consulting-company-accounting....

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Startup recruiting is really a full-contact sport that must be played to win by the Founder(s) of the Company. If you want to hire the best possible talent, you must be as focused on this task as you are a fundraising round (in other words, completely focused on it until it's DONE). Great techn...

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Absolutely! In fact, this is where many solopreneurs "max out". With the Internet, as long as you have a flow of traffic of interested prospects, you can keep converting and selling, right? There's no limit at the scale an individual can operate on to that flow. As a consultant, if that's what ...

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I read your story and I feel your pain, but I have bad news. The problem is not your people, the problem is you. You have a responsibility that goes way beyond developing great products that wow customers; you have the responsibility of leading! Leadership is one of those subjects that most peop...

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Before we dive into the equity,salary and such. Motivation and retention begins with the CEO. Ask yourself what is the culture of the company? If you don't know anything about culture then start with the basics: 1. Do you value employee opinions? Do you ask for others opinions? 2. Do you encour...

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Meet them at industry trade shows. This gives you the opportunity to see them in action in your field, how they present (in the psychological sense more than the sales step sense), and to spend some time in person with them. After all, you can ask them to lunch or dinner after you've spoken wit...

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I assume you are a non-technical co-founder. In that case I recommend reading this article: http://www.launchbit.com/blog/why-you-cant-recruit-a-technical-cofounder It focuses on making tech people want to work with you. My advice here is to do your homework and look for people who are somehow i...

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Hello, I can help out with advice on the technical aspects. Not sure what low-mid budget means for you, but I can tell right off the bat that something like SAP or Salesforce will be overkill. At the base of your tech stack will be the eCommerce platform - i.e. the website - and your back-offi...

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That is an interesting situation and I am sure many others share a similar concern. I would recommend trying out Podio (free), it lets you create all sorts of templates to capture and work with information (text fields, categories, dates, etc). You can set it to receive e-mail for you and it w...

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