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I have been involved in agriculture for over 30 years. The answer, like so many things is: it depends. Most states, but not all, regulate seed wholesalers and require a license. The licensing requirements vary from state to state-some are rigorous, others are like a library card. As to finding a...

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Most advisors get between .25% to 1%. 1% assumed they are VERY important and will be active in either recruiting or raising capital (2 of the most important areas). Advisors don't do it for the equity - at least they shouldn't - what they want more than anything is recognition from you publicly...

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Hi The best method in which to learn how to manage your relationship with the distributors, would be to read as many (at least 2-3) distributor agreements - as this will give you a good understanding of what to avoid/focus on/address when dealing with them. You can find some free examples online....

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That's a great question. I hope I understood it properly. In terms of the comp landscape, tools like glassdoor.com are great for finding market value salaries for specific titles/locations. No need to hire someone there. For the rest, it seems like the expertise would be spread between an HR ex...

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I think this is a great idea. As an entrepreneur who wants a lot of stimulation when I'm vacationing, I love the idea of mixing business with pleasure. If I can go on an adventure that sparks ideas and problem solving for my business, I'm in. And I think there are many similarly minded entrepr...

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Since you're already using metals for naming your packages: Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum...it only makes sense to add a Titanium package. The names you are suggesting are good, but you'll need to change your naming convention to something like: Basic Partner, Standard Partner, Collaborative P...

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We work with one of the big cruise sites in the UK and it's all about making the site deserve to rank higher by continually improving the site via design & content. Google wants to rank popular sites so you need to (as Simon points out) figure out ways of getting influential sites to talk about y...

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Consider instead where a $2500 price point puts you. I use a selling technique called Monetizing The Problem, and in that process I get the prospect to calculate the size of their problem. Then I charge 5-10% of that figure. There's never any resistance, because they see where the number comes f...

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I'll divide your question into 2 questions, because I am not sure which one you're really asking :-) 1. Should I hire him despite the costs involved? You seem to already agree to this, based on what you wrote ("I am willing to set aside...assuming I see some ROI..."). 2. How to I justify his hig...

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The best way to sell anything is to find a similar product to yours (but less competitive) and find out how / where they sell theres. The truth is you'll need to make a lot of visits and calls which will mean rejection, but just know that it's a numbers game... meaning, it's all about the # of c...

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