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Hi, I’m Brad Feld, a managing director at the Foundry Group who lives in Boulder, Colorado. I invest in software and Internet companies around the US, run marathons and read a lot.

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Communicating Sales Info To Your Board

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My partner Chris Wand is finally blogging (even though he’ll deny it) over at AsktheVC – he’s writing a series on what should be in a “board reporting package.”  My long-time friend Will Herman – who happens to be hanging out in Boulder this week making the rounds (and getting his bike fitted – whatever that means) – inadvertantly contributed with his post titled Communicating with Your Board: Sales NumbersWill’s post covers some good ground – I can’t tell you the number of times a clear sales report is missing from a board package.  It’s even worse when there is a sales report, but given the fact that I attend N board meetings a year (where N is a large number) the CEO doesn’t create any linkage to historical performance, current expectations or the plan.  Great stuff.

  • http://www.marketing.fm Eric

    I guess I missed this along the way – but good usage of your theme by Chris. Subscribed.

  • Jassmaree Franchezka

    hey there! im kinda new on this venture capital thinggy but i really wanna learn about it. i found one venture capital company on wikipedia named ITU VENTURES. Have you heard of this? Anyone have a take? I learned that Chad Browstein is the founder.

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