Through this series, our friends at eLagaan have been explaining various legal and compliance issues for entrepreneurs in India. In this edition of whiteboard Friday, we bring you a curated list of five most important tax laws startups in India must be aware of.
While there are termsheet level discussions for acquisitions that come by, many a time we have seen the deal fall through for non-compliances. We urge the promoters to take compliance seriously. It is boring but very important.
So why did Cadbury’s Pantone 2685C which a Trademark Shubh Aarambh (the colour was granted a trademark initially) bite the dust in the end?
Here are some of the interesting demo videos that we came across on the internet. They have been listed here just for their simple, interesting, informative, funny and sometimes wacky presentation. Watch them and enjoy!
In a typical early stage investment deal, the options are initial public offering (IPO), strategic sale to a third party, company buy-back and in some rare deals – a promoter / promoter led-buyback. In this post, we touch upon some of these exit avenues.
In this episode of eLagaan Whiteboard Friday, the eLagaan team talks about some other means of finance that a startup can look at (apart from raising money from investors) and which can help the company go a long mile before running out of cash.
In this episode of eLagaan Whiteboard Friday, the eLagaan team talks about the various important metrics that a startup needs to track so as to make sure that they are heading in the right directions and there is not much of a surprises in short to long term, which can impact the prospects of the business.
In this episode of eLagaan Whiteboard Friday, the eLagaan team talks about the NCC in detail and what it means for various stakeholders like founders, key members, investors etc. This video also talk about some important aspects that should be considered before drafting a suitable NCC and making it binding on various stake holders.
The concept of Computer Related Inventions in India is undergoing a thorough check and for now only draft guidelines can be used as a reference.
IMPS (Interbank Mobile Payment Service/Immediate Payment Service) on the other hand is a mobile based payment mechanism introduced in 2010 by the National Payments Corporation of India to allow customers to transfer money instantly, facilitating instant remittance across multiple platforms.