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Solid for Board Meetings


Board meetings are generally of a legal and an administrative structure. It’s about presenting new subjects to the board members and receiving feedback about your company. Preparing the agenda beforehand permits your investors to receive updates of your company in advance. So that when it’s time to start the meeting, you can actually spend time on company issues at hand. Using Solid to your board meetings will in return ensure a clearer transfer of information among concerned parties. So here are our tips on getting the most out of your board meetings with Solid: **1) Create a "Board Meeting" template and stick with it.** Board meetings are recurrent as of nature, so create a board meeting template that applies to your future meetings. Although it may vary from company to company, the way a typical board meeting takes place is usually like this: - Good and bad news of the company - Business review - Working session [block:image] { "images": [ { "image": [ "https://files.readme.io/91f23ac-Board_meeting_template.png", "Board meeting template.png", 1294, 877, "#096786" ] } ] } [/block] **2) Prepare your meeting agenda.** Add what points you’d like to get across to your collaborators. Add the open issues or any questions you might have for other participants during your board meeting. Attach your investor presentation via Google Drive or Dropbox to your meeting agenda. [block:image] { "images": [ { "image": [ "https://files.readme.io/0f12415-Board_meeting_with_notes.png", "Board meeting with notes.png", 1294, 877, "#e2e4e4" ] } ] } [/block] **3) Share the meeting agenda with board members in advance.** Remember, investors have to speak to their own parties about your company too! Solid provides an easy way for your to access information, get the meeting agenda in advance, export your meeting summaries in a format that’s been synthesized and on point. Export your meeting agenda via email or via other connected applications according to the preferences of your collaborators. [block:image] { "images": [ { "image": [ "https://files.readme.io/ccb82d2-Board_meeting_export.png", "Board meeting export.png", 1294, 877, "#61747d" ] } ] } [/block] [block:callout] { "type": "success", "body": "With Solid, your board meetings will prove to be a great example of a crowdsourced preparation. The investors already have the meeting agenda in their mailbox, even before the meeting starts. This way they can forward to any person deemed necessary.", "title": "Share information easily with your board members!" } [/block] As a result, all relevant information is transferred effortlessly to concerned parties and the outcome of your meetings stay concrete, up-to date and relevant to everyone.