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by Michael Burdick, on Dec 18, 2018

In today’s world where everything is instantaneous, research is increasingly highlighting the importance of reducing distractions It’s true. Most of us are very distracted. Between social notifications, text messages and …

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by Michael Burdick, on Dec 6, 2018

As a CFO in a mid market financial department, it’s hard to think your company could prioritize data too much. Data is where you add value. Data is where you …

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by Michael Burdick, on Dec 4, 2018

CFOs, rightfully have a lot to think about regarding the freelance economy. We have previously looked into the 10 questions you may have as a CFO about this new wave …

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by Dan Wywrot, on Nov 6, 2018

When is an interim CFO necessary? Imagine you run a family owned business that has been on a steady upward trajectory for the past decade. You’re not a tech darling, …

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by Michael Burdick, on Aug 28, 2018

Paro recently hosted a webinar with CFO.com and panelists from Microsoft, Sage, and Staffing Industry Analysts on how finance executives can prepare their teams for the future of finance work …

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by Michael Burdick, on Jul 10, 2018

When seeking funding, venture capital firms are common choices. In 2017, the median VC investment is $5 million for early-stage and $10.8 million for large-stage VC rounds. They not only …

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by Michael Burdick, on May 16, 2018

At a certain point in your company’s growth, you need a lot more than someone to run payroll and track sales. You need financial strategy and guidance, competitive analysis and …

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by Michelle Wang, on May 8, 2018

Felix and Fingers began in 2010 when two talented pianists, Dave Radford and Mike Potts, came together to entertain the country with their own take on a dueling piano show …

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by Michael Burdick, on May 1, 2018

The days when small and midsize businesses needed a full-time on-site chief financial officer have officially gone by the wayside. The trouble is that many leaders of these businesses haven’t …

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Topics:BudgetCFO

by BJ Lackland, CEO, Lighter Capital, on Apr 3, 2018

When CEOs of early-stage companies think about growth capital, they rarely think of debt financing. Venture capital has a larger mindshare, and a lot of founders are anxious about taking …

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