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Drawbacks will be that you will be bound to your company. It could happen that you are being recognized by people at gatherings, who you don't want to recognize you. Depending on how looks are perceived your product could be labeled "not trustworthy" or you could be seen as not worth some investor's time who first looks at the pictures and then the product. ...
Yes, definitely. It actually gives you an opportunity to create a section for each member of your team. (As opposed to relatively shorter info on each member had the team been bigger). You can attach appropriate pictures and write about all 5 team members individually, either in third person or write as 'About Me' (As if they are talking about themselves). ...
I would definitely add an about page. I think that people feel more comfortable doing business with "people". Without a webpage you are anonymous and somehow less trustworthy than if you add a face and a bio to the company in the form of an about page.
If you ever have a question about what to include on your site, the best answer will come from your site visitors. A/B or split test everything, or run on-site surveys. Having run numerous ecommerce sites for more than 15 years, I can tell you for certain that while there are many 'best practices', few of them are truely universal. What works for one site ...
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