IF YOU COULD HIRE A $700 PER HOUR ATTORNEY WHO SPECIALIZES IN STARTUPS AND BUSINESS FORMATION IN THE US, WHAT WOULD YOU ASK THEM?
Read what company founders, Maria, Andy, Pete and Darius, asked when they met with Phil Crowley, Esq. All four founders are ready to turn their dreams into money making businesses.
Maria transformed her passion for baking at home into a well-known bakery.
Now she is ready to take the next step.
Should she be a Sole Proprietor or form an LLC?
Andy and Pete, after regularly fixing the computers of all their classmates, decided to open their own computer repair company after college.
Now they have to figure out how to run the business together.
Do they need a formal operating agreement?
Darius is combining his passion for art and technology to build a social media app where artists can sell their work.
Now he needs to hire developers for this task.
What does he need to know about hiring third-party contractors?
Phil Crowley, an attorney with decades of experience helping entrepreneurs in various industries, answers important legal questions about how to set up a business correctly.
Using a conversation style format and language for non-business professionals, Phil answers questions such as:
* Do I really need to form a company? Why?
* What is the best structure for me? Sole Proprietor, LLC or Corporation?
* Why do I need an operating agreement with my partners and cofounders?
* And MUCH MORE
Get ready to learn about a difficult topic in a natural and engaging way.
About the Author
Emelie Smith Calbick, MBA
After a successful career in a variety of senior marketing and strategy positions at American Express and JP Morgan Chase, Emelie joined Placecodes, Inc., a technology startup that she and her partner successfully sold. She is now cofounder of Stage2Startups. Emelie holds a joint MBA/MIA from Columbia Business School and Columbia University.