This is a quick primer for early stage startups that plan to raise one or more rounds of funding at some point in time. As a busy founder in an early stage startup, it can be tempting to skip the paperwork. Who doesn’t want to dive right into coding, designing, and selling your product or service? However, proper company formation can save you a lot of time, money, and regret.
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Thinking of finally launching that startup in this year in Indonesia? You’d be in for a ride even if the next 12 months weren’t shaping up to be as change-filled as it appears they might.
What makes a startup unique, unlike a more mature business, is that with a little upfront legal planning, the founders can avoid a lot of headaches down the road. While each startup is different, there are a number of common situations where hiring an experienced attorney can prove to be useful.
FORMING A BUSINESS
Shareholders agreement, Board minutes, Incorporation, Share certificates
FUNDING A BUSINESS
Term sheet, Business plan, Loan agreement, Senior employment contract, Non-executive director letter of appointment, Job offer letter
Assignment of intellectual property, Confidentiality agreement, Trade marks
SELLING GOODS & SERVICES
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