Start-Up businesses often, by necessity, cut corners at the early stages but ultimately, they pay the price for this. This podcast episode discusses why the founders need to consider the intended endings at the outset. There are some important lessons for all early stage companies and some mistakes in the early days can have a detrimental effect on the ability of the company to seek new investment and grow shareholder value.
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Scott is Crowe Horwath’s Managing Partner of Tax Advisory for Australia and New Zealand. Outside of his day job, he has two specific passions about the education and technology sectors.
He has formed a seed fund with other investors in Dunedin and he is director and/or investor in several tech start-up companies.
Begin with the end in mind: have the right company structure, robust systems & make sure your business will be attractive to new investors. Plan several funding rounds to avoid dilution of founders' shares. #podcast
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