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Legal Perspective At Seattle Grind

Guest Post by Michael Grabham Countless hours of building a company can be compounded by more hours figuring out taxes and legalities, as well as investor and compensation rules. It can seem like a grind and at some point you’ll … Continue reading

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Five Reasons to Be Your Startup’s Own Lawyer

Guest blog post from Josh King.  Of course you need a lawyer if you’re raising funds (and Joe is a brilliant choice for that).  And you need a lawyer if your business model revolves around something risky and untried – … Continue reading

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Wage and Hour Tips For Startups

By Chrys A. Martin Start-up companies face a number of unique employment law issues.  Many times they are not large enough to fall within the purview of certain state and federal employment laws, but as they grow, they will become … Continue reading

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How To Keep Your Startup From Acting Like a Big Company

By Matt Heinz The kind of big-company behavior we all hate – bureaucracy, slow decision-making, politics, stifled innovation – doesn’t just happen at big companies. It creeps into new businesses as well, with just a handful of people. If you … Continue reading

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Make Freemium Paymium

Guest post by John Fletcher Average iPhone app prices have sunk from $3 in 2009 to nearly to $1 this year and the defensive position is to assume they are heading towards $0.  Enter freemium: apps that are either try-and-buy … Continue reading

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