Bill Lewis is a sought after Board advisor and counsel; he is also a renowned entrepreneur, technologist and workshop speaker. An experienced Corporate Executive and Non Executive Director advising Fortune 200 companies, Bill has served on the Boards of five companies, including the Global Board of a major system integrator. A prolific writer on technology, the digital age and entrepreneurship, he is the author of three acclaimed books: Midas and 1000 Cows, 100 Mistakes of a Start Up CEO, and 25 Kickass Lessons for the Budding Entrepreneur and numerous blogs and articles.
Co-founders with varying styles of leadership and management can quickly create a toxic startup culture.
It takes around 6 to 9 months from the first initial pitch to execute the final documents and get money wired in.
Investors spend only few minutes to look at pitch decks
The teaser document is the first piece of information your potential investor sees.
Contrary to popular belief, older entrepreneurs are starting a greater number of companies.