Scaling with Math

Transcripts: Jonathan:                    Right? What’s the typical salespersons, in a new role, odds of success and if that works out that way how much cash are you burning before you start seeing the results of the sales people? Right? Or if none of them work out where does that leave you as a company because these are decisions you might have to think about, you […]

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8 Rules of Startup Finance (Investors will look for #4)

8 Rules of Startup Finance (Investors will look for #4)

In the early stages of your company, it can be tempting for you as a founder to want to handle all the financial aspects of your business. From payroll to accounting and everything in between, you want to have control and know what’s going on with your growing business at all times. In reality, though, the time you spend on these tasks is taking away […]

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Leveraging Global Resources and Talent

Transcript: Jonathan:         We’re good? Alright. Nick:                      Cool beans. Jonathan:         Guys, guys, Nick’s a little nervous over here. We played a little bit to music [crosstalk 00:00:09] Nick:                      Played a little music. Jonathan:         Went a little hip hop. Things you should know about Nick is that many DJs in Avisa actually know you from dancing with them in their DJ booth. […]

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Your Next Team Member May Be Overseas- Here’s Why and How

Your Next Team Member May Be Overseas- Here’s Why and How

These days, an increasing number of companies have begun utilizing business process outsourcing (BPO) as a means of reducing costs and better focusing time and resources on the most important facets of running a business. Specifically, BPOs allow for the outsourcing of a number of positions within a company, ranging from help desk and customer support to scheduling, order assistance, accounting, and everything in between. […]

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Don’t Get Caught Naked

Transcript: Benji Markoff:                   Live right? Nam Le:                                It is live indeed. Benji Markoff:                   So, should I not curse or? Nam Le:                                You can curse. Benji Markoff:                   Okay. Nam Le:                                This is not PG rated.                                                   All right, let’s get set up here.                                                   All right, welcome back everyone to this week’s founder sessions hosted by Nomad Financial.                                                   My […]

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Protecting to Your Startup Hustle

Protecting to Your Startup Hustle

When your business is first sprouting its wings and gaining steam, the last thing you probably want to think about is insurance. If it were up to you, you’d be focused on nothing more than continuing that growth and making sure your business reaches its full potential. Unfortunately, we live in an imperfect world—and for founders, insurance is a necessary evil to protect your growing […]

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Getting Your Audit Ducks in a Row

Transcript: Nick Dolik:                                  Alright, everyone, thanks again for joining our founder session this week. For those of you who don’t know me, I’m Nick [Dollick 00:00:05]. I head up our growth and partnerships here at Nomad and with me is Brian Minkel. Thanks for joining, Brian. Brian Minkel:                    Absolutely. Nick Dolik:                                  This week is audit prep ensuring the house is house is […]

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The Dreaded First Audit (See the Checklist to Prepare)

The Dreaded First Audit (See the Checklist to Prepare)

As the owner of a business, there’s a chance that one day you’ll need to go through the process of having your company audited. And while the idea of an audit may seem a bit intimidating (especially if you’ve never been through one before), the findings of an audit can help you improve your company’s financial processes and reporting in a number of ways. The […]

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6 Key Tips to Best Leverage Your Numbers

6 Key Tips to Best Leverage Your Numbers

One area where many startups could use a little help is that of financial planning and analysis (FP&A), which involves thinking very critically about an organization’s numbers and what they truly mean. For startups who don’t already have a CFO or Head of Finance in place, this is yet another valuable function that a finance consultant can support. Either way, there are some basic financial […]

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The Value of FP&A

The Value of FP&A

Transcript: Evan Zawatsky:         … that there was a big need and plenty of opportunity, and at the end of the day, it’s just a lot more fun and exciting. Lauren Kaplan:               Great. Great. Well, your background, like you said, you came from the Big Fours. You have the accounting experience. You also have your MBA, which helped set you down this path of […]

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