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Legal Foundations and Business Plans

This is the first ever event at Club Workspace's new South Bank location at Enterprise House. The #freelegal session will be presented by Michael Buckworth and will be a basic introduction to legal foundations and the business planning issues that affect startups and tech companies.

If you're a grassroots startup, this session will open your eyes to the basics of protecting your business, and give some guidance on putting together business plans that provide an attractive proposition to investors. During this session, Michael will talk about:

- Choosing the legal and incorporation structure of your company.

- Identifying your target market.

- The importance of developing your exit strategy early on.

- Why you need coherent and defensible financial plans.

- Why protecting your IP can add value to your business.

- Making your business attractive to investors.

- What to include in a business plan

At this event, Buckworth Solicitors will provided attendees with a free copy of their "Introduction to StartUp Law" Brochure as well as a suggested business plan template.

As always this event is free to attend.

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  • Eugene B.


    December 18, 2012

  • AJ

    For those of us who cannot be there.. is there a chance for a Webinar (or publishing later online) perhaps? Thanks!

    November 30, 2012

    • Michael B.

      AJ This presents some technical problems as the equipment needed to make any live streaming of a decent quality is rather expensive. Something we are looking at though.

      1 · November 30, 2012

    • AJ

      In that case publishing a playback recording online could be a cheap and easy fix. All it needs is a laptop (or a smartphone or a digital camera) and you can put the file online at a later stage. Just an idea, will leave it in your hands. Many thanks.

      December 1, 2012

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