Here it is ~ 11 articles on the stuff other books don’t tell you about starting technology companies, from Joey Tamer’s 25 years launching new tech startups. Not the stuff of MBA programs, but street smarts that have worked since the beginning of the PC through to the Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 applications of today.
It’s all here: strategies and tactics on funding, venture/angel/private capital, pitch pieces, and exits, as well as how to write contracts, use value pricing and get paid. Also: choosing your clients, setting boundaries with them, and managing your time to make sure you have a life. And how to leverage pro-bono work and use your hidden roles to best advantage.
Joey’s clients have included the one-product software company that was acquired in year 4 for $50M, the first B2B Internet IPO in 1998, and the Internet start up that used her pitch piece to raise its first round, but then closed its sale to an international conglomerate before it could close the capital raise. As well as in-house start ups to the Fortune 500 and early stage companies too many to list, in the U.S., Europe and China.
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About the Author
Joey Tamer consults to Fortune 500 companies and capitalized start ups to launch, build and expand technology companies, often serving as a “shadow CEO” to extend the CEO’s bandwidth. She also advises consultants and service companies on their growth and profitability. She has consulted since the early days of the PC through to her Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 clients of today. Clients include J.P. Morgan Capital, Sony, IBM, Apple, Hearst, Blockbuster, Technicolor, Harper Collins, NEC, Time-Warner, Agfa and Scitex, and many early stage ventures such as Earthweb (IPO 1998) and iSuppli.