The economy is opening up and there’s quite a bit of interest in start-ups. Here is a suggested checklist for a typical start-up:
Common Service Areas
Below are areas where we typically provide assistance to start-ups:
Agreements with Customers
Agreements with Suppliers
Formation of Entities for Business Structure, Business Name Registration, ABN and tax registrations (TFN, GST)
So you would like to start a new business but need guidance on the steps involved without incurring exorbitant lawyers’ fees. We can help with this.
Why use us?
Passion - We are passionate about start-ups. We enjoy working with them and it’s immensely satisfying to help them to realise their dreams.
Experience - We have the experience, both in helping businesses with their initial set-up and also in assisting them when established.
Costs - We are upfront about costs and look for ways to help start-ups reduce costs. We don’t have the overheads of traditional law firms and are able to pass the cost savings on to our clients.
Fixed Pricing - We offer fixed pricing where we can so you know what you’re up for, there are no surprises, and you can watch your budget.
Efficient - We’ve taken the time to streamline the start-up process and make it time (and cost) efficient.
Tailored – Sometimes lengthy, comprehensive, complicated documentation is appropriate but sometimes (usually) it is not. We cut the coat according to the cloth, and offer uncomplicated, basic options where appropriate.
Call for Help
If you are planning to start up a business, or investigating that possibility, please contact us to discuss your situation by calling us on +613 8692 7255 or messaging us here.
Once we know the background, we are generally able to offer fixed prices for aspects of our service.
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If you would like to discuss any aspect of this article with us, or share your own experiences, please contact Rod Stumbles at +613 8692 7255 or here.
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