So you’ve incorporated or formed an LLC for your business. What’s next? After spending time and energy deciding which business structure to form and when to do it, you now have another set of questions to answer.
Launching a startup requires extreme organization, attention to detail and dedication. It also requires founders to decode complicated legalese, mountains of paperwork. Even in the earliest stages, you want to protect your company, your product and your ideas.
Some highlights from this week’s news
This week’s articles profile a big winner at SXSW’s Accelerator Contest; offer advice on how to minimize setup costs, tax liabilities, and risk of lawsuits; discuss how some of Boston’s biggest brands communicate with their customers; and identify five marketing lessons learned at SXSW.
This week’s articles explore fundraising challenges for female entrepreneurs, discuss the increase in popularity of business accelerators, provide advice on getting through the first year as an entrepreneur, and share tips for small business owners on limiting person liability.
This week’s articles include tips on how to avoid making legal mistakes, how to prepare to start a company, and how openness can help start-ups. They also include a cautionary tale on pursuing VC funding.
This week’s stories provide advice on finding the right angel investor, important considerations in determining the cost of a product or service, and insights into finding and purchasing the right domain name. Extra credit: a case study on how to maximize exposure and profits by targeting various size accounts.
This week’s stories provide insights on company formation options, managing your startup’s precious finances, how to become a better leader and ways to get your company noticed.
This week’s stories provide insights on a range of topics – including how to name your startup, leverage market trends, think through business decisions and be more nimble. All are worth a read.