To Grow Your Business
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Why You Need a Marketing Co-Founder
Because we all have strengths and weaknesses, you need a co-founder who can complements your skills and expertise.
You've tried everything to grow your business but it is hitting a wall.
You need a co-founder who you can trust.
You need a co-founder who understands your vision and shares the same values.
You want a co-founder who is not afraid to of hard-work and earn his/her share of the company.
You are seeking a co-founder with extensive experience in marketing and analytic backgrounds.
You need a co-founder who complements your skills and expertise.
You want to spend more time on running the business operations, not your marketing.
You need a co-founder who can fill critical gaps in technical and marketing experience.
Let’s talk – I’m here to listen.
Here’s What I Bring to the Table
Everything you need to grow your business.
As marketing co-founder, my skillset complements any tech or general co-founder in a team setting.
I have over a decade of experience in branding and growing companies of all sizes.
I'll help you mitigate risk involving future growth strategies and customer acqusition.
I will assist in finding and raising funds from angel investors.
I'll help you build a strong foundation so your company can grow long-term.
Partners That Put Their Trust In Me
As a small treatment center, with a small budget, it is tough to compete with larger rehab brands. However, 12 Steps Marketing has us outranking even some of the biggest players in our industry for tons of keywords.
Vince and his team provide excellent service and have always gone above and beyond to make sure we have the knowledge we need to do the best marketing we can for our company!
What You Can Expect
I’m here to make a difference.
Let me be clear – I am not looking to make a quick buck or turn-n-churn projects.
I am fully-vested in your company’s wellbeing and future when I become your business partner.
I will help you achieve your marketing goals by showing you what’s possible and creating the resources to help make it happen.
I may not be a perfect fit for all types of business and that is O’K. But, I will make a difference to those that I work with. I guaranteed that.
A co-founder (sometimes also referred to as joint founder) is someone who brings his own set of skills to help you start and grow your company. An example of a co-founder is Steve Wozniak, the co-founder of Apple who helped Steve Jobs founded the company with his programming skills. While Jobs is great at marketing, but he knows nothing about writing a code, and that’s where Steve Wozniak steps in.
Bring Expertise & Experience – When you founded a business, chances are there are some areas in the business that you don’t fully understand. It could be finances, legal, or marketing. Rather than investing your valuable time to learn the required skills, it’d be better to have a co-founder who masters the skills you’re currently lacking.
Strategic Support & Decision-Making – When you have a Co-founder, you’ll no longer put all the responsibilities on your shoulder. A co-founder can help you make your job feels easier by providing strategic support and helping you make better business decisions.
Division of Responsibility – A co-founder can also share the responsibilities with you. Yes, when you have a co-founder that covers all the marketing stuff, you can avoid all the headaches related to marketing as the responsibility will be taken by your marketing co-founder.
Complementary Skill Sets – Hiring a co-founder is like instantly bringing a skill-set that yourselves lack. That way, you can accomplish your company’s goals faster with the new set of skills your co-founder brings to the company.
Equity – For a startup company, hiring a co-founder is usually done through equity-based payment. This is a common practice for many startups since it allows you to hire a co-founder without spending a lot of money.
Revenue Sharing – Another option is by hiring co-founders through revenue sharing. Revenue sharing can be a good option if you’re not ready to share company stakes with other people and don’t have the budget to hire co-founders.
It depends on how many sets of skills you need. For most companies, two to three people should be enough to run the company properly. Having two co-founders is the most minimum to run and grow a startup.
A co-founder shouldn’t only be chosen based on their skills, but also based on their previous experience. Another thing to consider is whether or not the co-founder is committed to helping you grow the company, not just there for their own benefits.
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