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What is a fractional COO/Integrator and how is it different from a full-time COO?

A fractional COO/Integrator provides the strategic guidance and operational expertise of a COO, but on a part-time basis. This allows startups and growing businesses to access high-level leadership without the cost of a full-time hire.

How much time do you typically commit to each client?

The time commitment is flexible and depends on your company's needs. We can discuss a schedule that best suits your situation, ranging from one to three days per week, each month.

Do you work remotely or in person?

Yes: I have clients that are remote and clients that are in person.  I am also happy to travel to client sites for quarterly and yearly sessions, as well as intermediate meetings as needed.

What kind of experience do you have?

I have extensive experience in various areas of business operations, including scaling companies, streamlining processes, and building high-performing teams. My specific areas of expertise will be tailored to your company's needs.

What are your fees?

My fees are structured to be accessible for growing businesses. We can discuss pricing options based on the scope of your needs and the level of commitment.

How can I learn more about fractional COO/Integrator services?

In addition to our conversation, I'd be happy to share some resources with you that provide more information on the benefits of this service.

What are the benefits of working with a fractional COO/Integrator?

Benefits include gaining access to proven leadership, improving operational efficiency, achieving strategic goals faster, and freeing up your time to focus on vision and growth.expand_more.

How do we get started?

We can schedule a Discovery Call to discuss your company's challenges and goals. This will help determine if working with a fractional COO/

Integrator is the right fit for you.

What areas can a Fractional COO help me with? 

Although some people view COO"s as "ops people", a good and well-rounded COO understands the three pillars of any company - Sales & Marketing, Accounting & Finance, and

of course Operations.  

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