Natwar Lath


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Business x 4
Increase your odds of business success: start with good people, make something customers actually want, and spend as little money as possible.
Legal x 3
Essential legal issues that startups face, including corporate formation, fundraising documentation, founders stock, and board relations.
Software x 3
Successful startups make money by offering people better technology than they have now.
Tax x 3
Entrepreneurs can set up their business as a Sole Proprietorship, C-corporation, S-corporation, partnership, non-profit, Limited Liability Company, or Limited Liability Partnership.
Website x 3
Setting up a website is a key step in starting a new business and in today's world, an effective web presence is a vital marketing tool.
Getting Started x 2
These are the basics you'll need if you're looking to be an entrepreneur and start marketing yourself.
Marketing x 2
Marketing is the process of communicating the value of a product or service to customers, for the purpose of influencing buyer behavior and/or precipitate behavioral change.
Sales x 2
Discuss startup sales strategies and what it takes to sell the product that you’ve designed and developed.
Ecommerce x 1
Education x 1
LLC x 1
A corporate structure whose members cannot be held personally liable for the company's debts or liabilities. Combines characteristics of corporations and partnerships or sole proprietorship.
Equity x 1
Equity is ownership that both the business owner and investors have in a company.
Scams x 1
Copyright x 1
Shares x 1
Part Time x 1
NDA x 1
Retail x 1
Hosting x 1
Funding x 1
Everything you need to know to fund and raise capital for your startup or small business. Advice from entrepreneurs and investors.
Project x 1
Exit x 1
Employees x 1
Code x 1
Account x 1
India x 1
Bank x 1
Co-Founder x 1
What are the pros and cons of starting a business alone versus with cofounders? How many founders are too many?
Users x 1
Hiring x 1
Saas x 1