In his recent post on his blog, Larry Putterman resumes the main ways an Advisory Board can help a company, especially at a Start-up stage, including the early stage.
At, we are delighted to see that the idea to compose a seasoned Advisory Board is spreading into the community of Non-Executive Directors and Board practitioners. But, this must not be only dedicated to companies at an early stage and can be also helpful for later stages of development including growing companies. For each of them, compensation can be an issue, and for doing so with minimum cash-out, founders, entrepreneurs and CEOs shouldn’t hesitate to propose Equity for Service or any other deferred or performance compensation plans as an Advisory Board must be fully active and business development oriented, far from legal governance issues. This is the sole possibility for start-ups, later stage companies and even growth companies to attract the best Talents that they can’t normally afford, and so to speed up their development and performances

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