Many people are looking to raise capital, connect with a mentor, or find other resources that will help them advance their businesses. Most of the time their ideas have been formalized in some way and they already have a business plan or maybe even a prototype. But lately, we’ve received several calls from serial inventors
When you started out, you and the management team were like family. But you’re growing now and adding new people every week it seems. Naturally, you need a central document that sets out policies and procedures on how new employees should conduct themselves, right? Besides, isn’t having a handbook a legal requirement? Though not required,
Entrepreneurs always have questions about non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) as a means of protecting their business ideas. A consultation with a number of investors and of the blogosphere provides insight into the use of NDAs and the reasons entrepreneurs shouldn’t expect investors to sign them. So, what exactly is an NDA? An NDA, also called a confidential
A few years ago businesses were considered to be on the cutting edge if they embraced social media. Entrepreneurs, in particular, may not have seen the value up front. Why spend precious time on social media platforms when the best target customers weren’t using them and the focus needed to be on building a business?