Welcome to the fourth edition of the multi-part series on the topic of tasks you should be adding to your “start up to do list”. In past weeks we have discussed starting your small business checklist, organizing your startup, Are you sure you need to hire now?, and now our latest edition: Do you need a lawyer.
Every entrepreneur understands intrinsically – or learns very quickly – that a business is not an island. That is to say, a business cannot exist without interactions with outside parties in some form or another.
For example, a major part of running your business is receiving products/services from other businesses that will help in your daily operations. These interactions shouldn’t be taken lightly or handled in an informal manner.
While CFIB business counsellors do not offer legal advice, we are able to help set the stage for entering into what could be considered…
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