Today we’re going to be talking about information overload. How do we prevent information overload for business decision makers and how do we overcome those problems when they do occur? To answer this, Nana is joined on Build Value By Choice by Jonathan McPike, co-founder of Haven, a one-stop-shop app for small businesses.
- Small businesses are the backbone of our economy and the foundation of their communities. When a small business fails, the ripple effects hurt a lot of people. Haven is about supporting the small businesses that support all of us.
- Software is designed with large organizations in mind, and that creates a lot of headaches for small businesses. Co-Founders Luke Mongin and Jonathan McPike believed that small businesses deserved tools that were right-sized for them.
- Whatever information we need, we can get. But we forget that not all information is equally as important. So when we’re looking at information to make decisions, we’re often overloaded with information. Instead we need the relevant information available in one simple easy to use place.
- By enabling systems to communicate and share information, businesses can eliminate manual tasks and allow data that would need to be manually input several times to be shared between systems.
‘A lot of times if you’re a small business, you might be using software designed for larger companies’
‘You need tools that are the right size for the job’
‘You want all those core tools in one place and you want them speaking to each other’
‘Most normal users will say this is too complicated and hard to use’
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ABOUT THE GUEST
Jonathan McPike is a co-founder of Haven, a one-stop-shop app for small businesses. He is a recovering lawyer with over a decade of experience in business and corporate law. While representing investment fund sponsors, he has formed private equity, venture capital, real estate, and hedge funds ranging from $1 million to over $1 billion in capital commitments before deciding to move into the small business space. Jonathan holds an MBA from the University of Notre Dame Mendoza College of Business and a J.D. from the Indiana University Maurer School of Law–Bloomington.
Hosted by Nana Bonsu of Infinite Horizons, this show aims to serve small business owners who want to grow their businesses while reducing their own personal involvement. We do this through a combination of interviews with industry leaders, and host presentations. We are certified value builder advisors and leverage a statistically proven methodology to help clients such as you scale or transition their business to the next chapter.
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“I am an entrepreneur and ex-Corporate Executive who’s applying his experience and knowledge from working in various ways to pursue my passion of helping small business owners increase their choices in life by leveraging my knowledge and experience, their employees, systems and money. I help small business owners transform their business and increase value through action-oriented education and implementation of strategies and tactics to make their business sellable even if they are not planning on selling. Known for establishing an environment for personal growth and development. My multicultural background equips me with the intuitive understanding of different cultures and how they impact business owners.”
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