The start of a new year is a great time to make a list of new year’s resolutions to help you accomplish your personal and business goals. If you’re an entrepreneur or a startup founder, should look at these new year’s resolutions for your business.
In my experience, creating an LLP may not be a good idea if you are an entrepreneur or a startup founder, especially if you are planning to fundraise in the future. Here are several reasons why.
Although anyone can form a company in Malaysia using the online system, here are several reasons why you should just get a company secretary to do it instead of doing it yourself.
Here’s the second part of my legal guide to startup fundraising in Malaysia. If you’ve missed the first instalment, you can read that here. 1. Get the necessary due diligence done Usually, sophisticated investors like corporates and venture capitals may need your company to pass their due diligence process before they can invest in your…
Getting an investment offer can be exciting for startups, but you should take time to know if the offer is genuine or not. Here’s an example of a scam investor.
A domain name is an essential technology asset for a company. Here are ways you can take to protect it and to make sure it stays with your company.
Here’s a legal checklist of different issues and tips that an entrepreneur or startup founder should know and consider before forming a company in Malaysia.
Here are some of my thoughts about the new online moneylending guidelines issued by the regulator in Malaysia.
People usually ask what does a “cofounder” title means in a startup. There’s no legal definition that makes a person a ‘founder’. So what does it mean really?
Fundraising is one of the challenges that startup founders need to go through in their entrepreneurial journey in growing an early-stage startup. Fundraising is a regulated activity in most or all countries. Different countries have laws that need to be satisfied to ensure that your fundraising is all within the law. Here are ten things…