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Richter
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Futurpreneur
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La Gare
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The Best Template for Providing Company Updates, by Adriana Herrera

Posted by Jonathan Greechan on 2013-05-08

Company updates are crucial for an early-stage startup, in order to help keep investors, potential investors, advisors, mentors, and other stakeholders informed of your progress, and engaged in your success.

Across the Founder Institute's 800+ companies we have seen many flavors of these updates, but bar none the most professional updates come from Adriana Herrera, Founder & CEO of Fashioning Change

This morning, Adriana shared her template for company updates in an article on the New York Times (where she is a regular contributor). We have encouraged all of our graduates to use this template, and we think it is very useful for any early-stage company with stakeholders. 

Fashioning Change, a Graduate of the San Diego Founder Institute, makes buying green easy by helping online shoppers make eco-friendly purchases without changing their online shopping behavior.

Read Adriana's full guidelines here, and see her template below. 

 

 

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