The growing demand for software, platforms, and infrastructure to be more scalable, faster/easier to use, and cost-effective has shifted us away from the traditional on-premises model to a cloud-based model. This post will dive into the three services above; SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS.
In response to consumer privacy concerns, several states have implemented new data security laws. The most recent of which is California’s CCPA. This blog post discusses some ways that startups can become CCPA compliant.
Crowdfunding is a good way for startups to raise money for their product/service. Widget makers and apparel designers (including our client, Apricoat®), in particular, have made extensive use of crowdfunding to get projects off the ground.
The process of starting a new business can be confusing; startups should be aware of where they can go to get the advice and guidance they need to succeed. Aside from networking events and cold-calling people, other options exist; incubators and accelerators.
A lawyer by subscription is an alternative fee arrangement where a client pays a flat monthly or yearly fee for a certain set of legal services. This allows them the freedom to contact their attorney as needed during that time, instead of their attorney billing them by the hour.
Strong branding is one of the things which will help your startup succeed. Learn more about trademarking and why you should have a trademark attorney.