With several entrepreneurs in our ranks, we understand what goes into building a business. It’s much more than turning an idea into revenues. It takes preparation, planning, sacrifice, and adaptability. And once you’ve given everything you have, occasionally the tide changes and you have to re-think your entire strategy. With hundreds of successful startups as clients, we thrive on turning an initial consultation into a successful, long-term relationship. So give us a call and let’s get started.
Looking for more information on startups? Here are a few of our most popular posts:
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- The Company Agreement Explained: Member-Managed v. Manager-Managed
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- Charting the Landscape of Series Seed Investing in North Texas
- Term Sheet 101: Convertible Debt vs. Equity
- Starting a Business? Here’s What They Haven’t Told You (Part 1)
- Starting a Business? Here’s What They Haven’t Told You (Part 2)
- Are You Ready to Talk to Angel Investors?
- Seed Round Capital Raise Audit
Who’s Drafting Your Pitch Deck?
If you’re preparing to present your company to potential investors, you’ve come to the right place. While there’s no one size fits all pitch deck outline, we’ve provided some thoughts, guidelines, and resources to help you produce a pitch deck that concisely and effectively reflects your company and its potential. Read the blog and explore the resources here.
Private Offering Exemptions & Crowdfunding Chart
Private Offering Exemptions (commonly known as “Reg D” exemptions), have been around for nearly 100 years. This year, the final stages of recent crowdfunding legislation were completed and crowdfunding is here to allow greater access to capital for small businesses and startups (we’ve been following crowdfunding for a while, read more about it here).
To help you understand all of the available private offering exemptions, we’ve compiled details on the old Reg D avenues, and the new crowdfunding ones, into a single page and have created a handy chart for your review. Click here to see more.
Remember that private offering exemptions of any kind are complicated, so please consult with your attorney from the beginning in order to determine which one is right for you, and what steps to take.Return to Practice Areas