Negotiating Contracts: A Critical Entrepreneurial Skill

01 Feb 2022 07:00 p.m. - 08:30 p.m. EST

Registration closes at 3pm on February 1, 2022.

As an entrepreneur, founder or co-founder of a startup or early stage company, you have to wear many hats. You are the recruiter for co-founders employees and contractors, you are the fund-raiser fit seed investment, you are the salesperson to enlist suppliers, alliance partners and beta testers, you are the financial wizard who had to keep all of this afloat on a shoe string budget.

Yet, one thread that runs through so many of these critical responsibilities and challenges you face, is the ability to negotiate contracts. It’s a key entrepreneurial skill, one that you want to master snd it is the topic for ENET’s Feb. 1 webinar.

For this topic, ENET will be offer three expert speakers, each covering a different aspect of contracts negotiations for the startup company and its founders. Our first speaker will discuss organizational contracting as you get the startup launched. Contracts among the founders and with seed investors. The second speaker discussed early stage contacting for life science companies including patent licensing, contracting with universities, sponsored research and getting your life science startup launched with its technology secured. The third speaker shares experience in startup and early stage contracting for tech companies including software development and contracting to get products or services to market for first revenues, including sales, marketing, VAR and distribution agreements.



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