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  1. Startup Team Building: How To Do It Right

    Startup Team Building is Essential for Success Congratulations! You have launched your company and you are on your way! Now it’s time to focus on startup team building so that it can achieve its maximum potential. Unless you have the mad skills of The Most Interesting Man in the World, this is no time to…

  2. 409A Valuation – Keep Your Stock Option Grants Squeaky Clean

    409A Valuation Many companies use Stock Options as equity compensation to attract and hire the right people for their teams.  Stock Options are designed to motivate employees, directors, consultants, and advisors to help build a more valuable company because they will have the opportunity to participate in the company’s financial upside as future equity owners…

  3. Stock Options – 9 Best Practices to Get Started and Motivate Your Team

    By Organizing your Startup as a Corporation you can Motivate Your Team with Stock Options Stock options work like an incentive plan, the allow you to the ability to compensate and motivate your team, consultants, Directors, and advisors with valuable Equity Incentives. If done correctly, Stock Options can help propel your company forward, because the individuals who…

  4. Done Incorporating? 13 Steps to Continue Advancing Your Business

    Now that you’re done incorporating, it is time to get down to business.

    Tackle these 13 tasks after incorporation and keep your company on track and pointed in the right direction.

  5. How to Pay Your Employees When Money is Tight

    You need to bring employees on board to build your company and make a difference with your business. But you’re low on cash and concerned that you can’t pay enough money to hire and keep new employees. So how do you pay your employees when money is tight and you’re low on cash?

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