The simple fact is that (almost) none of us are perfect. We all have special talents and skills. And we all have certain limitations. One person may be an outstanding technology person, but have no idea about marketing. Another may be a whiz at accounting […]
A few years ago, I had the pleasure of being on a panel to discuss how to start, grow and protect your business. We also discussed what to do, or how to plan ahead for when your business partners may want to break up. We […]
Right now, small businesses all over America are at risk. Risk of eviction, loss of employees, not enough emergency funds in the bank. Suppliers facing shortages, past due bills piling up. The list goes on. The one thing that service providers can – and must […]
Hello, friends. I hope everyone is doing well in these difficult times. Social distancing is helping to slow the spread of the virus, but its collateral damage to local businesses has been swift and hard for some people to manage. Government funding is available, as […]
On Demand Legal Services – Creating New Value-Focused Client Relationships.
A recent article from Yahoo! Business says that companies are moving to outsource legal services to hold down costs. The authors see more than 30% of corporate spending on legal services moving to part-time executives in the next 5 years. https://finance.yahoo.com/news/global-legal-process-outsourcing-lpo-181400393.html The reasons are obvious, […]
Fractional Executives provide growing companies with access to experience professionals in the area of finance, information technology and legal services. Having an expert “on call” is a smart strategy for many growing businesses.
Matthew Van Ryn was a panelist at Syracuse University Law School’s Fifth Annual Entertainment & Sports Law Symposium on April 12, 2019.
I read a really interesting article in Forbes recently, which is linked below. We’ve all read the statistics about how small businesses account for the vast majority of job growth (and innovation) in this country. But when does a “start-up” turn into a “scale up” […]
I saw a really interesting article this morning on C/NET. California Governor Gavin Newsom has proposed a new law that says that tech companies have to pay you a dividend based on how much money they earn using your personal data. This is part of […]