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Using HARO for Publicity
An easy and free way to gain publicity and increase your backlinks is using Help a Reporter Out (HARO.)
Angel Investors vs. Venture Capital
Two common sources of investment for startups are angel investors and venture capitalists.. Both invest money into businesses and take calculated risks.
LLCs vs. Corporations
When starting a company, one of the first steps is familiarizing yourself with LLCs and corporations and deciding which to incorporate as.
The choice of a lawyer to assist with the formation and operation of a startup is an important decision. We lay out key considerations when choosing a startup lawyer.
Incubators vs. Accelerators
For startup founders, it is important to understand the distinction between startup incubators and startup accelerators. The key characteristics of each are discussed below.
Benefit Corporations vs. B Corporations
Benefit corporations are a type of legal entity designed to produce a public benefit in addition to driving shareholder value.
If you’ve thought about creating your own startup, you’ve probably considered joining one of the many startup incubators.
Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs)
Nondisclosure agreements, or NDAs, are cost-effective legal documents that establish confidential relationships.
A non-compete agreement is a legal agreement or a clause in an employment agreement that specifies that an employee cannot compete with their employer after their termination or separation.
Equity is a noncash compensation option that translates to partial ownership in a company. It is often given to early founders and other financial supporters.
Management teams have a strong ability to positively influence the startup acquisition process by taking care of key task items long before a transaction is sought.
Copyrights, Trademarks & Patents
Our post about copyrights, trademarks, and patents protect different forms of intellectual property.
Employment contracts are legal documents that spell out binding terms between the employee and their employer.
Phantom stock gives holders the benefits of stock ownership without actual grants of equity taking place.