An author on business development and growth strategies.. Experienced in finance and accounting, pricing strategies. Detail oriented and organized with strong problem solving skills.Well-versed with external/internal audits (including tax audits)
Experienced in financing and accounting procedures from mid-sided to corporate companies. I can help analyze and understand financial data. Provide key financial indicators especially for startup and small businesses.
Having successfully priced my own products, I can provide expertise on how to setup a pricing strategy that works successfully for start ups. What are the key areas to focus on? How much price should you start of with? How and When to make alterations to your product prices.
Having worked in the corporate world for over 10 years, I've seen the ups and downs of career paths. Having coached many colleges towards progress and success in their career goals. How to deal with office politics? What strategies to focus on? However to develop a competitive edge? I can provide excellent advice on these questions.
Are you looking for suitable investment opportunities? Or you are looking to set it up from a reporting/accounting and managing stand point?
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This is a great question. Would your focus be for a specific country or region? I'm assuming this question is for online business only?
One way of building a dream team is to offer a certain percentage on equity. Depending on your business details, such as amount of sales, profits, potential growth etc you can offer a certain percentage. You could approach team members based upon their expertise and to seek their professional advice. Make this clear that you're seeking their expertise, since most professionals want to offer their professional expertise. Dan Pena who is a business coach suggests to offer 2% of your equity. Given in too much away too quick may not be wise.
You can make a list of professionals that you can potentially reach out to and then move forwards depending upon the responses you get.