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It’s Hard for Start-Up Owners to Find Good Advice

by Rebekah Campbell | September 25, 2014
It’s Hard for Start-Up Owners to Find Good Advice At the moment we’re deciding whether to raise a large capital round and go for growth or keep things tight and focused. Both approaches have merit, and I respect all who have offered their guidance. But people are passionate about their opinions, and that can prove […]

The Problem With Going Into Business With a Friend

by Rebekah Campbell | September 15, 2014
The Problem With Going Into Business With a Friend I spent a recent night consoling an associate who had fallen out with her best friend. They tried to start a business together, and she quit her high-paying job to do it. Three months in, the friend had yet to commit full-time and wasn’t pulling her […]

When Hiring Employees in Poorer Countries, Difficult Moral Questions Arise

by Rebekah Campbell | July 22, 2014
When Hiring Employees in Poorer Countries, Difficult Moral Questions Arise Earlier this year, I wrote about the issues I’d encountered while building an outsourced office in another country. We’ve now expanded to a team of 14 in Manila, and we recruited everyone there using processes similar to those we use at home. I’ve worked out […]

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