In case you missed Carly and Bailey’s article in the last issue of M+IT, read some of the highlights below!
While Redstone’s executive team is not new to the association management world, they are relatively new to the world of launching a new company. From choosing a business partner to landing your first client, it is important to know what you’re getting yourself into before taking the leap into entrepreneurship.
Bailey Roth and Carly Silberstein made that leap just over a year ago, and have learned many things about a business’ infancy stages. While they could likely write a novel detailing their findings, Bailey and Carly n
arrowed their first six months down to four key lessons: Evaluating your value proposition, choosing a business partner, budgeting your finances and finally, securing new clients.
Bailey and Carly write that they feel “the first six months are critical for planning”, so whether you’re considering starting a new business, or simply curious about taking the leap into the entrepreneurial world, be sure to read up on Redstone’s experience.
The full article can be found here in M+IT magazine’s digital archives, in the April-May 2016 issue.
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