Often young entrepreneurs go through conflict whether it is wise to start a business without registering a company. There are too many legal technicalities and compliance costs to wrap around our heads. Apart from that, we are unsure of how far start-up would scale.
Is business without registering a company more comfortable? Will it be easier to employ others and register for IPRs? Will there be any hurdle with legal agreements if we continue business without registering a company? What is the scope in case of other entities like firms, LLP, or sole proprietorship?
Sharda Balaji has expertise as an in-house attorney in various MNCs closing a wide range of deals. Also, she is a CS and founder of law firm NovoJuris. Moreover, she donned roles of legal counsel, founder, angel investor, Independent director, and trustee. Sharda has nurtured many young entrepreneurs through their start-up journey.
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