Posted by Ken Kaufman on Jun 6, 2012
Crowdfunding. Here's why: In 2011, about 1.2 million projects were successfully funded through CrowdFunding platforms, totaling about $1.5 billion. Projections for 2012 by industry experts reflect growth to $2.8 billion, and that's with many sitting on...
Posted by Ken Kaufman on Jun 4, 2012
A 78+ year-old law needed change. Who better to take it on than 3 entrepreneurs with ZERO political experience!  After meeting Jason Best and hearing their experience, the story of equity-based CrowdFunding became even more compelling. Here is a...
Posted by Ken Kaufman on Jun 1, 2012
After attending the CrowdFunding Made Simple conference on May 31st and June 1st, I have gained a new knowledge and appreciation for what has been accomplished so far by the leaders in this industry. I am amazed at the potential growth projected...
Posted by Ken Kaufman on May 21, 2012
While reading The Lean Startup by Eric Ries, I found I underlined many sentences and wrote many notes in the margins. Before I tell you the most valuable nuggets I learned, first let me give my review: it is an outstanding book! If you want...
Posted by Ken Kaufman on May 14, 2012
I was part of a great event last week that featured 3 entrepreneurs (here's a picture of me hosting the event). Each shared three of their top lessons learned during the process of starting, developing, and growing their enterprises. Thanks BizVision's...
Posted by Ken Kaufman on May 10, 2012
About a month ago a business owner asked me this question: "Is QuickBooks the best for me?" After asking a few questions, I realized he wanted some reassurance that he wasn't missing anything about his business and how he could improve it. His...
Posted by PressReleases on Apr 27, 2012
Utah Genius Organization Recognizes Utah CFO Services Firm and Founder as part of Utah's Top 20 Trademark Registrants Provo, Utah - April 25, 2012 - The Utah Genius Organization announced the winners of its 2012 top innovators in the...
Posted by Ken Kaufman on Apr 24, 2012
In a recent interview, I was struggling to find a term to describe someone who had worked their entire career on building up a strong foundation of knowledge, contacts, successes, and failures; someone who had learned a bunch about being successful in...
Posted by Ken Kaufman on Apr 13, 2012
It’s been a long day with lots of customers interacting with your team and buying many of your products and services. Your staff seemed busy and you felt productive. But did your business actually move forward or backward? Did you win or lose today? Here...
Posted by Brian Thueson on Apr 11, 2012
Whether its liability issues, ownership differences, multiple locations, etc., there aremany reasons for businesses to set up separate entities for their various business units,functions, and strategies. Although these reasons exist and are varied, they...