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Early-stage healthcare entrepreneurs and startups typically need to work with at least two types of lawyers.
Dividing up equity is one of the issues that co-founders face. Read more for guidance on how to split equity among founding partners.
Three Silicon Valley dealmakers - Tony Perkins, CEO of AlwaysOn; Tim Draper, Founder and Managing Director of Draper, Fisher Jurvetson; and Michael Moe, Founding Partner of ThinkEquity - discuss the evolutions in online media, the power of partnerships, and other next-generation opportunities for the global marketplace.
Non-dilutive capital is money an entrepreneur receives that does not affect the ownership of the company.
Douglas Crawford of QB3 moderated a therapeutics funding panel at a recent Life Science Ventures Summit hosted by the Kauffman Foundation. Crawford focused a majority of the discussion on pitch strategies with Allan May, Karl Handelsman and Jesus Soriano
Dilutive capital is an investment that adds shares to your company, decreasing the amount other owners hold in the business.
Crowdfunding lets entrepreneurs present their ideas to a large number of potential investors who can help startups reach their funding goals.
HIPAA both regulates health insurance policies and provides guidelines for maintaining the privacy and security of health information.
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