Entrepreneur Janice Schwartz hopes, their start-up companies grow through the creation of a technical advisory board members and compensation with reduced shares of the company. Schwartz is considering six candidates that their online education can help companies in a variety of ways: as a potential customer, a media maven, venture capitalist and technical consultant. The case shows ways to compensate for the Advisory Board and raises questions about whether it is to build new rules in the new economy per … Read more »

Entrepreneur Janice Schwartz hopes, their start-up companies grow through the creation of a technical advisory board members and compensation with reduced shares of the company. Schwartz is considering six candidates that their online education can help companies in a variety of ways: as a potential customer, a media maven, venture capitalist and technical consultant. The case shows ways to compensate for the Advisory Board and raises questions about whether it is to make new rules in the new economy through the development of professional networks, and as offerings of equity bribery and false.
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Joseph L. Badaracco Jr.
Kim Slack
Source: Harvard Business School
7 pages.
Publication Date: Oct 20, 2000. Prod #: 301050-PDF-ENG
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