Starting Up: Considering the Legal Aspects

Often, we have an idea and we are simply raring to open shop. But the laws of the land do not allow us to do so. There are multiple public bodies with whom a whole lot of formalities need to be done before one attains a license to start a business. There are several types of corporate entities that can be registered- partnership firm/ sole proprietorship firm, LLP, company, trust, society, etc. But not any kind of registration would suit a venture. Depending on the nature of business and the mission and vision of the promoters, the most appropriate registration would be different. All the information is out there on the web, but the sheer amount of information overload creates a lot of confusion. It is great if we know an expert who can tell us all about the legal aspects for starting up, scaling up, etc. Join us in the webinar with Sharanya G Ranga, a legal expert and get answers to all your questions regarding legal aspects to be considered before launching your venture.

About the Speaker : Sharanya G Ranga

Sharanya is an expert in Corporate, commercial and transactional law, cross-border acquisitions, group restructuring, Employment & Compliance issues, Intellectual Property & Real Estate. A graduate of Symbiosis Law College, in the past decade Sharanya has worked with a couple of prominent law firms in various capacities and has developed a wide knowledge of the several legal aspects confronted by start-up firms right from registration to scaling up. A widely heard speaker on several business forums, Sharanya enjoys a huge fanfare among the entrepreneurship circuit.


About the Author

Amit Grover, founder of AHAtaxis.com, is an IIT Delhi and IIM Indore alumnus, having more than 12 years of industry experience. He started Nurture Talent Academy, and earlier worked with Infosys, Asian Paints, Onida and Mumbai Angels. He regularly blogs on www.amitgrover.co.in. AHA Taxis, his recent venture, offers one way outstation travel across India.

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