Category: CFO Services

Outsource; More Bang for Your Buck

Outsource What You Don’t Know As a small business owner, you want the best people managing the necessary tasks for your business. Because technology has advanced, enabling jobs to be completed from anywhere, outsourcing private contractors can be more practicable and cost saving than hiring regular employees. During the 2007-09 economic downturn, thousands of professionals… Read more »

Who Are Your Board of Directors?

It doesn’t matter how business savvy or smart someone is; no one person has all of the best answers on how to run a business. More and more small business owners are turning to trusted advisors to provide input when working toward and attaining their business goals. This network can be very similar to the board of… Read more »

Venture Investors Prefer Funding Handsome Men

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I’ve never thought of myself as a hunk – far from it. Despite my ordindary looks, I’ve managed to be reasonably successful in my career, and in getting business owners to take me on as their CFO Advisor. That’s why I was interested to see, in a recent HBS Working Knowledge blog, that studies by… Read more »

Jerry Mills a Top 5 Finalist for Middle Market Thought Leader Award

Jerry L. Mills, founder and CEO of B2B CFO® and B2B Exit was named among the five finalists for the Middle Market Thought Leader Award, an annual honor bestowed by the Alliance of Merger & Acquisition Advisors® (AM&AA), the leading association and credentialing body for middle market M&A professionals. This annual award was designed to… Read more »

An Innovative Way of Helping the Homeless

One Way of Helping the Homeless

I came upon the article below in a recently newsletter from Bisnow, a local published and event organizer whose self-proclaimed goal is to be the People Magazine of DC business. Want to make a few extra bucks? Richard Kreimer happens to have hit upon a tactic (An Innovative Way of Helping the Homeless). He’s a… Read more »

Health Insurance and Small Businesses: Easy to Swallow?

Last week I attended a conference on health care reform sponsored jointly by the Young Presidents Organization (YPO) and the Harvard Business School Health Industry Association. One of the presentations was on the upcoming “state exchanges” which are supposed to be in place by 2014 – some states (Massachusetts, Utah) have exchanges up and running,… Read more »