As a startup studio, setting up new companies is something we continuously do at Founders. While the individual tasks aren’t complicated, figuring out and keeping track of all the details can take a lot of effort.
Building an early stage business, you have plenty on your mind: development, hiring team members, seeking funding etc. You don’t want to waste time worrying if you are compliant and have remembered necessary legal, admin, and finance tasks.
We like to see co-founders focus on what they’re best at: building the business. That’s why I’m sharing my checklist.
Our CFO Dixie made this checklist to guide co-founders through the process of registering their companies as a legal entity. Incorporating the right way will not only save you time and effort, but also save you from facing unnecessary consequences.
To help our fellow entrepreneurs, we are sharing it with you:
Founders is a startup studio. Together with exceptional entrepreneurs, we build companies from scratch and scale them as independent companies when they gain traction. Whether it’s a bank for freelancers, a way to kill the pain of doing expenses or reimagining life in cities, we are always on the lookout for opportunities to improve the way people work and live.
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