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Legal & accounting

It seems to be a boring theme but for those who succeed the legal and accounting are essentials subjects to run a business. Here you will have the opportunity to clarify many topics like: How to set up a company? Which are the information that I must know before hiring my first employees ? What about intellectual property: trademarks, copyrights, patents, NDA? How establish a term sheet with my partners?

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5 ways to add value to investors

@SequoiaB shares her advice on how to add value to investors and customers, how to run a crowdfunding campaign and what she learned that day.

• Silicon Valley House TV

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Construindo Sociedades que Funcionam

Neste vídeo Rodrigo Menezes da Derraik & Menezes Advogados fala sobre as sociedades que funcionam abordando os seguintes temas: Como se faz uma sociedade, os tipos de sócios, os acordos entre os sócios, divisão de equity, as fórmulas de fracassos e sucesso e alguns casos práticos em sociedades.

• Anjos do Brasil

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Before You Sell Think FLAG: Facebook, LinkedIn Amazon and Google

Ken Rutkowski gives us an advice about how to sell your startup: Think FLAG: Facebook, LinkedIn, Amazon, Google and identify if you are creating a product that can make their business better. Good luck !

• Business Rockstars

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How Venture Capital Works - part 1

SVB Financial Group recently hosted a panel discussion titled How Venture Capital Works. The panelists discussed the relationships, decisions, and economics that drive venture capital. The panel included participants representing the three key roles in VC industry dynamics: Bryan Roberts, Ph.D. -- Partner with Venrock, a leading venture capital firm Judith Elsea -- Co-Founder and Managing Director of Weathergage Capital, a fund-of-funds and limited partner in venture capital investing John Mendlein, Ph.D. -- Chairman of Fate Therapeutics, an emerging company backed by venture funding. Michael Hanewich moderator and Head of Silicon Valley Banks Life Sciences East practice.

• Money & Fundraising

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Ask Jay - Getting Your Equity

Today, Jay tackles a question about why it is important as an early employee to be offered equity (generally stock options) at the time you join the company, and how to go about communicating effectively to get it.

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Ask Jay - Fired as CEO

In this episode, Jay talks about what goes on when a CEO is fired, the process, reactions, and what to do if that person is you.

• Ask Jay

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Episódio 26: Reforma Trabalhista; Liderança; Educação Financeira

Em momentos de crise, como levar o seu negócio no cenário nacional atual? Neste episódio do programa #perguntaprorb, Rodrigo Barros fala sobre o comportamento da mão de obra e de gestores em um momento difícil politicamente e economicamente. Rodrigo finaliza o episódio falando sobre suas experiências com educação financeira, trazendo algumas lições pessoais aprendidas sobre o assunto. Assista!

• #PerguntaProRB

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Morten Lund at Startup Grind Copenhagen

This time with the legend himself: Morten Lund. Morten Lund is many things. Born in deep farmer territory around Roskilde. He's angel investor in the biggest telephone company in the world and 85 others. He's the kind of guy that can do more in a month than most of us can do in one lifetime. He's got Richard Branson, Bill Clinton and Kevin Kelly (founder of Wired) on speed dial (fun fact: If you google "Morten Lund" a picture of Richard Branson pops up so they must be close). He's a close partner with many top tier venture firms such as Draper Fischer Jervetson. But he's also been hit - seriously. He's been personally bankrupt for about a year (got out of it again in 2010). Morten is one of the Danish entrepreneurs, who seems to really understand the importance of giving back and have experienced the result of "giving back" on his own body. He's been involved in a lot of wild stuff such as landmine detecting plants, fixing hunger and obesity and turning salt water and poisoned water into (no, not into gold but) drinkable water.

• Startup Grind

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Ask Jay - Don't Let Your Ideas Get Stolen !

In this episode, Jay talks about protecting your ideas. Many entrepreneurs have a lot of paranoia about their ideas being stolen. Jay explains why you shouldn't need to worry so much as well as what steps you can take and what variables you should consider.

• Ask Jay

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What Goes Into a Term Sheet - Ask Jay

Successful entrepreneur and CEO, Jay Adelson, demystifies the start-up process by providing advice, tips, and answering questions. Today he discusses the central points that should be included in an initial term sheet.

• Ask Jay