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Ultimately, the fit is as important to the advisory board candidate as it is to the entrepreneurs and the company. If it is learned that the fit doesn’t exist after the advisor has been on-boarded, it will likely turn out to be a waste of time for everyone.
There are four major sources that the entrepreneur and startup can utilize to identify advisory board candidates. Most experienced CEOs will tell you to begin close by, with who you know. Your personal network and your company are a great place to start.
The key is that they are engaging and actively seek to understand all potential alternative points of view in the decision-making process.
Board resolutions are numerous issues to address as one creates and establishes a new company.
Advisory Board compensation is an important consideration. How much is right? Does this change over time? Is there a vesting period?
One of the most important decisions an entrepreneur must make is the selection of advisory board members for their startup.
Some entrepreneurs fail to leverage the knowledge and experiences of others by failing to create advisory boards. These boards are a critical component required to scale strong entrepreneurial opportunities.
The advice, counsel and support of an advisory board is required to accomplish substantive objectives of a scaling startup.
An efficient board of advisors is not accidental; they require planning. Here are twelve suggestions for creating highly efficient advisory boards.