Start-ups have a distinct idiosyncrasy that requires different approaches and solutions. The first is to define the appropriate structure for the business and then accompany the client in the incorporation of the company, the establishment of the first agreement between partners, if it is the case, the protection of industrial or intellectual property of the idea or brand, if possible, and the signing of labor or commercial contracts which are necessary with those responsible for developing the initial idea.
In most cases entrepreneurs take a great personal risk that in case the idea does not succeed involves great responsibility. Often they are unaware of the existence of such risks and make decisions that in many cases may condition them for life. Our work in this regard is to identify and minimize those risks.
Subsequent rounds of financing require not only the drafting and negotiation of agreements to increase the capital or corresponding subordinated loans, but also the signing of new agreements between partners.