Recently I participated in a video summit called “Cutting Through the Overwhelm of Business Start-up”. The summit was hosted by Tracy Cox from Different Drummer Coaching.
The summit was held to help start-up business owners with the information they need to find their feet and get off to a good start in business. As a small business owner myself I found the daily summit interviews (featuring renown Australian business mentors such as Laura Elkaslassy, Shannon Bush and Claire Barton) to be of great value.
As a lawyer for entrepreneurs, I often find myself mentoring women in the start-up phase of business. For me, happiness in professional life is helping business women to look at their legal challenges as an opportunity for personal and business growth, while providing practical legal support, having fun, and learning lots along the way!
My interview with Tracy was all about Legal Fundamentals for Start-up Businesses.
- what it means to have legals in business;
- when you should start thinking about legals for your business;
- how to use legals to empower your client and business relationships;
- what essential agreements you need in place during business start-up;
- Plus so much more…
Watch the Interview
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Once you’ve had a chance to watch today’s interview, I would love to know what is the BIGGEST thing you learnt and how are you going to start applying this to your business? Let me know in the comments below.
Lawyer, Contract Specialist, Speaker & Advocate for Women in Business.
Drawing on more than 15 years’ experience as a lawyer and a woman in business, Shalini Nandan-Singh helps Australian service-based entrepreneurs protect their businesses and their bottom lines with empowered legal advice and contracts.
Encouraging listeners to #loveyourlegals, Shalini firmly believes that business legals should be an authentic extension of your business. Her goal is to educate audiences that, rather than confusing legalese, business legals should be an authentic extension of your business, creating positive business boundaries that support you in working with your clients with compassion and understanding.
Disclaimer: This blog is written to support business owners to consider legal requirements and issues that may arise in business. The information provided is for general and educational purposes only. It is not intended as legal advice for your individual circumstances. Please consult your lawyer for advice specific to you and your business.