Brian Robinson

Brian Robinson

1506 days ago
Dear Simon
Being an accountantant of many years having experianced the advantages and disadvantages that modern technology has to offer and being in the unique position of using manual systems of accounting and admin ie Kalamazoo ( or in other words i am old ) the relevent question and ultimately the only question is the business profitable with the differing skill levels you both have, and my meaning of profitable is postive cashflow and being able to pay your bills on time, because if not and you cant see where it can in a reasonable time then the relationship / business is doomed tp failure.
Regards Brian
Simon Richardson

Simon Richardson

1505 days ago
Thanks Brian, its good to bring it back to the basics of keeping the business operating and evaluating based on that criteria.

Thanks for the grounding.
Simon
James Thomson

James Thomson

1476 days ago
Hi Simon, I am a little with Brian here - this is an issue you need to get sorted out and quick. I knwo the business is born on the web, but is that also where you do most of your selling? If so, the co-director's sales skills probably aren't going to be off much value...

Alternatively, you could put him in charge of your online communications strategy and get some of that offline communications magic working online? He could handle the Twitter and Facebook stuff, write copy and fresh content to help with your SEO efforts, write news to submit to industry sites etc. And along the way, he'll probably learn lots!
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