5 Operational Bases Every Startup Should Have Covered If It Wants to Grow

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The easier you make it for investors to understand your startup structure and operations, the more likely they will be to invest. Once a business gets up and running, it’s time to reassess where the company’s operational priorities are. It’s tempting, at that point, to let “structure” remain on the back burner, when you’re scrambling for growth. But having that singular factor in place early on is much more effective than backlogging it two years later, should you, for instance, need a clear picture of your financial history.

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