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After dealing with their corporate and personal health concerns -- along with the nation -- CEOs in every field are contemplating the way forward during and after the current crisis. A solution to the question and a way forward lies with Westover Strategic Advisors, an eastern US strategic business consulting group with offices in Connecticut and Virginia.

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perkinsPerkins Law office manager, Keri Fagan, joined a handful of other RVA small business owners and entrepreneurs at One Million Cups, Richmond this morning. Joe Herbert and Jillian Wood from Westover Strategic Advisors gave an insightful presentation highlighting the key elements investors look for in your pitch deck. Take away point – condense you pitch as you would condense a tweet, short and concise but all around informative! Always do your homework and leave the investor wanting more.

If you are a start up in the area looking to take your business to the next level, contact Westover Strategic Advisors for fractional hires and/or advisory services.

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bizsense logoRICHMOND, Va. — The recent sale of a local tech company has spawned a consulting practice that lists that same firm among its initial clients.

Former DriveFactor Inc. CFO Joe Herbert has launched Westover Strategic Advisors, a firm aimed at helping small- to medium-size companies with finance, marketing and public relations needs.

Westover Strategic consists of five consultants: three in Richmond, including Herbert, and two in Connecticut.

Herbert, who has 30 years of experience in financial management, said he launched the business in those two markets because he has ties to both. In addition to companies he worked for in New York and Connecticut, Herbert spent the last three years as the senior financial officer for DriveFactor, which was purchased in a $22 million deal in April by Illinois-based CCC Information Services.