Serendipitously fell into it...
There has been an old adage bandied about that I always think touches on the expression on the reward and the frustration. They say it takes the eloquence of a poet, precision of a mathematician, the heart of a mother & the drive of a soldier to be an entrepreneur. How frustrating to balance all qualities at once.
Taking money too soon.
1) Do not take outside money until absolutely time
2) Come to the same level of scrutiny with your core team as you do with your personal relationships
3) Focus. Focus. Focus - never worry about the eco-system for entrepreneurship before you worry about your consumers. They are your bread and your butter.
Nearly a decade of experience in policy, strategic communications, marketing and business development within various sectors, non-profits and international organizations.
Jill is currently the CEO and Co-founder for Cheftabl - seamless "off-the-menu" dining experiences at the best restaurants in your city. Cheftabl-formerly The Coterie has drawn attention from premier press outlets including Washington Post and Modern Luxury.
Jill truly enjoys working with entrepreneurs and early stage companies.
She has degrees from the School of Oriental and African Studies and Rutgers College.
Media experience: interviewed extensively by national and international broadcast media outlets including BBC, The Spectator, The Times, Washingtonian, Modern Luxury, The New York Times and Washington Post.