Legal Startup Package for Delaware Entrepreneurs and Early Stage Companies for $950.00 offered by Startup Attorney Andrew S. Bosin based in New Jersey providing low cost Delaware tech startup incorporation packages which includes bylaws, (1) founder shareholder agreement, (1) invention and non-disclosure agreement, (1) Indemnification Agreement, (1) 83(b), NDA and the unanimous consent of the board of directors, please call for a free consultation all over the US at 201-446-9643.
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TIPS FOR STARTUP FOUNDERS
A new startup business is a company that is in the early formative stages of moving from an idea to reality. The structure of the business is starting to form and take shape. The early startup stage is extremely important, as what happens here can make or break the business.It is undisputed that 90% of startups will fail. Here are six tips that will help make your startup business successful.
- Work Hard. Startup owners learn quickly that it takes a lot of work to build a great company. Starting a business from the ground up is not going to be easy, but the right mindset and hard work, makes it much more achievable. But if you believe in and embrace your business and jump in with everything you got, then you’ll have a much higher chance of succeeding. It will likely take long hours and a lot of work.
- Talk to your family and close friends. Since going on this journey will mean a huge investment in both time and money it is important that your family be on board. Talk to your family about your plans and goals, and what kind of commitment it is going to take from you. You need to tell them what sacrifices you need to make and that they might be called upon to help also.
- Accept risk. It is a fact that 90 percent of startups fail. Without any risk there can be no real success achieved. Risk should not be looked at as a bad thing, nor should you shy away from it. Weigh the pros and cons before taking any large risks, but do not be so afraid that you avoid risks at all costs.
- Learn from your failures. The startup business building process isn’t going to be all victories. You are likely to have some failures along the way, some big and some small. Failure isn’t necessarily a bad thing, if you learn from it. Take each failure as a learning lesson, learn something from it, build upon it, and by all means, do not make the same mistake twice.
- Downtime is Ok. Building a business is tiring and don’t let anyone tell you any differently. It is necessary for you to take a breather every now and then. Turn off your computer, take a hike, meet friends for coffee. Do anything for a short time that can help you relieve stress and reset your mind.
- You are going to hear “no” alot. A startup is typically two steps up, one down, one step up, two steps backwards. Very rarely do startups have a straight up trajectory with no hiccups. When trying to get your product in the hands of potential customers you better grow some tough skin and get use to the fact that you are going to get a lot of doors slammed in your face while hearing the word “no” an awful lot.
- Surround your company with bright, capable advisors. One of the things that Andrew helps SaaS, software and cloud startups with is the need to surround themselves with experienced board members and advisors. There are moments in every startup where critical advice is needed on things such as product development, raising money, and go to market strategies and engaging with enterprise customers and it’s prudent to seek such advice from trusted advisors. You can put this into the context of software development. Let’s say you’re developing a SaaS application and it will cost 150k which includes an API. There is no room for mistakes in what you are doing. The finished product from a back end and front end user experience must be perfect. You know what you want to have built but wouldn’t it be great if you could count on a trusted advisor who has sold SaaS products in your industry and understands what features and functions enterprise customers want in a product. Of course, it would be fantastic to have this kind of insight and analysis from an industry leader. That’s why when you are about to start on your journey and create a SaaS product do yourself a favor and reach out to meet or speak with as many professionals as you can who have either done the startup grind or have been there and done that and sold SaaS products in the very industry that you are in. Don’t embarrass yourself by asking someone who could be considered an advisor to join your company in exchange for stock. The chances of this happening are slim. Advisors have gotten to the point in their professional careers where they are not “involved” in startups as an owner per se. Rather, they like to mentor and help startups at critical moments when tough decisions need to be made.
This post is for informational purposes only and is not being offered as legal advice.