Nicole Verkindt and Michael Hyatt help scale your small business (Facebook Live chat)

Nicole Verkindt and Michael Hyatt

Every entrepreneur, whether they’re building a small business or scaling a startup, can benefit from the lessons of those who have done it before.

As part of our Small Business Series (powered by Dell!), BetaKit spoke with Nicole Verkindt and Michael Hyatt about their entrepreneurial journey. We’ve teamed up once again with Dell so Michael and Nicole can help with your entrepreneurial journey.

Join us this Thursday for a BetaKit Facebook live chat featuring a candid conversation about what you can do to grow your business. Not only will Nicole and Michael share lessons learned from building their businesses, as high-profile investors, they’ll let you know what they like to see when they’re getting pitched.

Have a question for Nicole and Michael about valuations, hiring and culture, building the perfect pitch, or where the future of tech is headed? Post it in the comments section below and we’ll make sure they have the answer Thursday. We’ll see you then!

Nicole Verkindt and Michael Hyatt answer your small business questions

Date/Time:
Thursday, March 22nd, 4:00PM-4:45PM EST

Where:
Facebook.com/BetaKit

Host:
Douglas Soltys – Editor-in-chief, BetaKit

Special Guest Participants:
Michael Hyatt — founder, BlueCat Networks
Nicole Verkindt — founder, OMX

Douglas Soltys

Douglas Soltys

Douglas Soltys is the Editor-in-Chief of BetaKit and founder of BetaKit Incorporated. He has worked for a few failed companies and written about many more. He spends too much time on the Internet.

  • Simran Kamboj

    Can you share some insight into the role of culture and going from small nimble startup without rules to setting up business processes as you grow? How does that balance affect growth? What’s the best way to do it?

  • Mitch Reisler

    Interested in knowing how you decide (what pros and cons to measure) whether to grow internally through hiring / talent or external through product purchase / partnering when looking at early stage growth.

  • Matthew Magdales

    A great investor can be a gamechanger for a company, while a bad investor can be more work than it’s worth. For seed stage companies, what are some common practices that founders can use to conduct due diligence on potential investors to ensure they’re the right fit for their business?