Board of Advisors

Definition

A less formal alternative to a board of directors, most commonly used by small companies. A company's advisory board usually consists of 3 to 7 members, and meets periodically but doesn't have legal responsibility for operations.

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Before any major changes are made, the proposal is going to have to be examined and voted upon by the board of advisors.

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You should always make sure that you have a good well thought out presentation before you go in front of the board of advisors.

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The karate school board of advisors had before them the incredibly important issue of whether the new material ordered would contain 1, or 2 percent more polyester.

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