We recently had an article published in Hera Hub’s Magazine, the Hera Herald. Hera Hub’s mission is to provide entrepreneurial women with a productive, professional work and meeting space, where they can connect with a like-minded community to collaborate and flourish, and we are honored to be featured in their magazine.
Our article discusses mistakes that small business owners make with respect to legal issues that may arise when they start or grown their business. An excerpt from the article is below, and please click here to read the full article.
Three Legal Mistakes Small Businesses Make (by Erin Giglia and Laurie Rowen)
Most new business owners approach their new venture with two primary thoughts – how much is this going to cost, and what can we do to minimize initial out of pocket expenses? A conservative approach to business expenses is crucial some of the time. After all, a new business can spend thousands of dollars on hundreds of goods and services from accounting and finance, to web design and search engine optimization, to office space and equipment. It comes as no surprise that there are endless individuals and companies happy to take money to “help” a new business owner get off the ground. Spending some money it is necessary, of course, but how much, and on what? A new business owner might want to save money whenever possible, but there are a few areas that will cost more in the long run, or could have devastating consequences, without bringing in the right expert. Legal help during a business’s initial stages can be critical to its overall success, or can help it avoid failure. Here are just a few important examples of legal mistakes a new company can make when trying to navigate without an attorney.
To read more, please visit the Hera Herald Article.