This week’s article is by Mark S. Becker, Partner, CFO Edge, LLC.
Given the significant roles played by investors in small and mid-sized businesses, it is critical to know how to build and maintain strong investor relationships.
Reviewed in this week’s PDF…
…are proactive steps executives with investor communities can take to prevent four addressable challenges from devolving into four negative outcomes.
These negative outcomes can include multiple investor-generated requests that can distract the management team or even investors withholding funding.
Executives in Greater Los Angeles and Southern California looking at ways to improve their investor relationships can benefit from talking with a provider of outsourced CFO services.
Working in an on-demand capacity, an experienced enterprise CFO applies expertise in capital raising and its accompanying requirement to build and maintain strong investor relationships.
A professional CFO can act as a liaison with investors to make sure they receive needed, accurate and timely financial information.
A CFO partner can also provide financial guidance to the management team and leverage his or her professional network in ways that can lead to additional funding.