General Assembly has partnered up with Goodlawyer to host a series of workshops on growth hacking and legal business fundamentals. Entrepreneurs must successfully promote their brand to expand their businesses. There will be numerous difficulties along the way, but with these growth hacking methods, scaling is achievable.
Although some of these strategies have only been around for a few years, they are critical in the success of modern enterprises.
Many entrepreneurs have made this a crucial component of expanding their businesses because they have seen positive outcomes. To execute this successfully, knowing the legalities associated with your business plan can save you from spending more and losing less. First-time business owners, long-time business owners, and self-starters who sustain their services as a business in and of themselves should understand the fundamentals of business law.
Join us for this three-part series where you will be able to learn how to leverage growth hacking tips and tricks to help evolve your business. We will also cover the need-to-know legal fundamentals for new business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs.
Learn some of the most helpful growth hacks, tactics, and tricks that help startups grow their consumer base while spending as little as possible.
Learn best practices on how to protect your business IP and why it supports your startup's future.
Essential contracts your business needs and why getting your agreements in writing is crucial to managing your business while saving you from unnecessary headaches.
Goodlawyer is not your traditional law firm. They're a platform that connects entrepreneurs across Canada with a network of business-minded lawyers ready to help you faster and more affordable than ever. As a startup themselves, Goodlawyer has a unique and trustworthy, customer-focused brand that resonates with our target audience — startups and entrepreneurs who think differently and want to grow. They also offer a ton of free legal resources and our 24/7 Legal Concierge dedicated to helping startups and entrepreneurs succeed.
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