Company too young for a formal board? Practice with an advisory panel

In the early days of a company, founders benefit from more freedom and fewer layers.

Q. I understand why companies planning to go public need to set up a board, but if you don’t need to set up an audit committee, compensation committee, or establish that kind of governance, do you even need a board? 

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