Brian Hamilton

Brian Hamilton

Brian Hamilton is the chairman and co-founder of Sageworks. He is the original architect of Sageworks’ artificial intelligence platform, FIND, which is the leading financial analysis technology for analyzing private companies and is used by thousands of accounting firms and financial institutions across North America.  He has dedicated his life to bringing greater clarity to financial statements and to increasing financial literacy among businesses. Hamilton regularly leads discussions on private company performance, the financial strength of companies preparing for an IPO and entrepreneurship in major business and financial news outlets such as CNBC and The Wall Street Journal. 

7 Recent Stories

Why You Should Be Using Your Accountant for More Than Taxes
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Why You Should Be Using Your Accountant for More Than Taxes

Finance folks and CEOs almost always think differently. That's something to take advantage of.
4 Lessons From the Worst Business Meeting Ever
Leadership

4 Lessons From the Worst Business Meeting Ever

One meeting was so bad, it built a quiet and powerful intensity that has helped me overcome many business obstacles.
The 3 Qualities of First-Wave Employees
Starting a Business

The 3 Qualities of First-Wave Employees

The first hires for any startup are the most important. Here's what to look for.
The 3 Best Books For Entrepreneurs to Return To, Again and Again
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The 3 Best Books For Entrepreneurs to Return To, Again and Again

Of the hundreds of books about success and entrepreneurship, there are three classics that hold up over time and continue to inform and amaze.
The 4 Things No One Tells You About Entrepreneurship
Starting a Business

The 4 Things No One Tells You About Entrepreneurship

There is a dark underside to owning a business that we don't like to talk about, but we need to understand.
Why You Need to Think Twice About Seeking Venture Capital
Venture and Angel Investors

Why You Need to Think Twice About Seeking Venture Capital

Entrepreneurs seek venture capital, even though it is financially unattractive. Think twice about jumping in. The water is deep.
5 Reasons You Need Interns to Build Your Business
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5 Reasons You Need Interns to Build Your Business

They are young, eager and ready to pitch in. Used correctly, interns can be the key to building an efficient, effective and stable workforce.

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