I had a wonderful video interview with Elan Pamensky who is the founder of Cloud CFO where we discussed the benefits of why startups and small businesses should consider hiring a Virtual CFO.
It was the
second interview we've done with Elan & thoroughly enjoyed this one.
We had a great discussion across these topics & asked him these key questions:
What is a Virtual CFO and how can they help small businesses and startups? How much time/investment do small businesses/startups usually make when dealing with a virtual CFO? What assistance or information can a Virtual CFO provide compared to say existing tools or perhaps having a CFO full-time? What’s the difference between dealing with a startup or small business as a virtual CFO? What differences in challenges do you encounter? Do large companies need to have a full-time CFO? Or what level should they consider using a virtual CFO before needing to bring in someone full-time? As a virtual CFO yourself, what common mistakes do you see with your clients or just businesses in general? If you had to offer 3 tips for a small business or startup when looking for a Virtual CFO, what should they consider and look out for?
If you're a startup or small business, it's worth watching this video about the benefits of a Virtual CFO :)