Wedensday 19 September
Wednesday, 19 September 2012 |
In the early days of a start-up, you need as much help as possible from whatever source you can get.
Often, the people lending a hand are friends, family or acquaintances you’ve roped in to turn your idea into a viable business.
Creating a board of committed, high-quality industry heavy-hitters is a little trickier. So how do you do it?
Today, we speak to Jedo founder Anneliese Urquhart on how she’s managed to assemble a star-studded board for a business yet to have its first birthday.
We also have news of a flurry of start-up funding, from a $2.5 million round here in Australia to Square’s massive raise in the US.
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