Small business, corporate governance, strategic projects
Nemus Bioscience, a Southern California biopharmaceutical company hot on the trail of developing cannabis-based therapeutics that could alleviate certain medical conditions, had just hired a new finance chief, Liz Berecz.
Overseeing a one-woman finance team (i.e., just herself) in a four-person company, Berecz had a tough assignment that she knew would require more resources.
Through a reverse merger, the small business would quickly become a public company, taking on all the compliance requirements and tight deadlines that go along with that status.
Two gurus dove in to assist Berecz remotely from our Northern California headquarters. They set up the company’s accounting infrastructure and took on transactional activities, including monthly financials, accounts payable and payroll.
The gurus and Berecz have a seamless connection, communicating through cloud-based applications, phone calls, emails and the occasional in-person summit. These seasoned pros share their technical accounting expertise whenever Berecz needs it, and they have become an essential sounding board for her queries.
“Whether it’s a routine matter or something more complex, I know I have a reliable team I can lean on whenever I need it. With RoseRyan, we get access to top talent on an outsourced, remote basis, which is ideal for us at this time. The team can work from anywhere.”