Business planning & strategy for startups. Boring or essential?

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You’re a founder but now you must become a global CEO. Working at the intersection between ideas and action, Richard Hughes Jones helps startup founders to navigate the complexities of scaling a business.

In this episode we discuss the less glamorous side of startups, the importance of business planning, strategy and what it takes to move from being a startup founder to a well rounded CEO that can attract investors.

If investing in startups is of interest to you then check out this interview with Alex Dunsdon (Citymapper investor) as well as this interview with Tucker Max (serial investor). Two very different investors with a lot of good insights to share.

You can find Richard’s guest blogs for KPMG here and his company website here.

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