Getting the right structure for your startup can position you for success, or lead to big challenges down the track.
Company structure is not just about the allocation of shares -- having the right structure makes business compliance, including tax obligations, easier and less costly. Structural inadequacies can be difficult to solve after the company is launched and has customers.
The company structure should be put in place early on and should take into consideration the future activities of the company such as capital raising, issuing shares, employee equity, venturing offshore, valuation, tax and shareholder agreements.
If you are starting a company or have questions about structuring your business, join us for the next presentation in the Startup Toolkit Series, with Edwin Lim, Partner at Hudson Gavin Martin, a leading corporate and commercial law firm specialising in technology and intellectual property.
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