Month: June 2016

Thoughts on Venture Capital in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin

Venture capital

I just finished reading an incredible article titled “Courting Venture Capital” written by J.D. Kern, CPA in the June, 2011 edition of the Journal of Accountancy, published by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. I wholeheartedly agree with Kern with respect to how to attract angel, venture capital or private equity investment to a… Read more »

Middle Market Waste, Inefficiency & Excess Cost

Excess cost

In today’s economy, reducing administrative overhead costs to their bare minimum can literally mean the difference between success and failure for middle market companies. In an environment when top line revenue is, at best unpredictable, it makes perfect sense to lower the break-even revenue point of the company as much as possible.  One of the easiest… Read more »