Tuesday, December 18, 2018

7 Reasons Why Members Value VA Council of CEOs

Our members enjoy a unique safe haven culture, where learning and growth are valued. They connect, learn, and grow with the leaders of some of Virginia’s fastest growing companies. But don’t take our word for it. Here are seven reasons why Members value the VA Council of CEOs, as written in their own words.   […]

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Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Your Business Just Got a Negative Review. Now What?

We live in an age where it’s possible for companies to thrive or die based on customer reviews. “Reviews are important for almost any small to mid-sized business,” says Chris Leone, president of WebStrategies, Inc. “These days, it’s hard to be a new customer and not see an online review at some point in your buying […]

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Monday, November 19, 2018

Staying Financially Sound: Scott Warren Talks Tactics

For 30 years, Scott Warren, Co-Founder, Owner and Director of Warren Whitney, has been working closely with CEOs. Acting as their fractional CFO, he works with clients requiring senior level business financial management or systems expertise. We recently talked with Scott Warren about: Accurate and timely monthly financials.  Establishing a strong financial foundation. The surprising […]

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Monday, November 19, 2018

Ari Meisel, founder of Less Doing, to Keynote 2019 Annual VACEOs Retreat

Fill in the blank. My business would be more successful and I would be a happier CEO if I could do MORE ________ and LESS ________. Less doing is the theme of this year’s VACEOs Retreat and there’s no better expert than Ari Meisel. We are pleased to announce Meisel, founder of Less Doing, will […]

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Monday, October 29, 2018

Being an Entrepreneur Is As Easy As Parenting

[Guest post by Rich Reinecke, Co-founder at The Fahrenheit Group and VA Council of CEOs Sponsor] Often, people equate being an entrepreneur with freedom and flexibility. They have visions of multi-week vacations, days spent playing golf, and coming into the office late and leaving early while the troops deliver superior results. In reality, it takes […]

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