Practice Group: Equity Crowd Funding

Equity Crowd Funding Practice Group

Focus on advising investors, finding and managing investments, and overseeing existing investments. Read More

The Issue – January 2017

In this issue, Chris Chillingworth discusses how to incent non-sales people to go above and beyond their job descriptions to perform at exemplary levels. Read More

The Life Science Blog Series No. 1: Using Venture Debt Effectively

In this blog, CFOs2GO’s lead Partner of the Life Science and Healthcare practice group, Joe Markunas and Bridge Bank’s Vice President of Life Sciences group, Fred Lee discuss the importance of using venture debt as an early stage funding option to benefit companies, and explain how a loan facility can fit into the company’s broader operational and financial plans. Read More

What is the Right Level of Financial Leadership in a Rapidly Growing Business?

In this blog, Bob builds on his previous blog “Is it Time to Hire a CFO?” and addresses the full range of financial leadership and accounting positions between bookkeeper and CFO that can be required when a company is experiencing the dynamics of growth. He goes further into commenting on financial titles and to what businesses they are relevant to. Read More

The Issue – March 2015

In this issue, CFOs2GO Partner Chris Chillingworth, an expert when it comes to high tech manufacturing, software, and service industries, brings to light the questions one of his clients came to him with earlier this year. As you move away from using a simple accounting system to financial management, you may be finding yourself asking the question of converting to cloud computing. Are there any benefits? Chris explains with detailed reasoning regarding this very question. Read More

The Issue – September 2014

In this issue, CFOs2Go Partner Chris Chillingworth, proposes a sound methodology on how to become, and remain, proactive on the individual and corporate levels. A few key points Chris incorporates are: have a plan, when to enlist assistance, understand obstacles, and embrace technology. Read More

The Issue – October 2013

“The Armageddon of Paper”
In this issue, guest attorney Lisa Chapman and Chris discuss the benefit and limitations of eDocuments, and how electronic documents are rapidly replacing paper documents. What documents can be digitized and what documents must be originally signed on paper? Read More

The Issue – January 2013

“Crowdfunding” by Chris Chillingworth
In this issue, we discuss the emergence of crowdfunding, an old idea with a new twist, and raise issues about the accounting and tax treatment of crowdfunding proceeds, which are yet unsettled. Read More