Fisher Stone, P.C. Unveils Free Business Startup Course in NYC & Long Island
Business & Finance, Local News, School & Education
By Long Island News & PR
Published: December 05 2017
Fisher Stone, P.C. A NYC & Long Island Based Business Startup Law Firm Is Educating & Engaging Entrepreneurs On The Fundamentals of Starting And Operating A Business.
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Long Island, NY - December 5, 2017 - Fisher Stone P.C. launched an exclusive entrepreneurs only program for business owners and startups. The program features classes, programs and documents that are the lifeline of any startup. The courses are available at their Manhattan office and are open to startups from Westchester to Montauk. To register for this free program simply call or visit them today at: Fisher Stone, P.C. 25 Broadway, Fl 9, New York, NY 10004, 212-256-1877.
This law firm has a 3-step road to startup success. It all starts with the Fisher Stone, P.C "Business Starting Line". This course is designed to cover the nuts and bolts or A to Z of starting any type of new business. It's specifically useful for tech, bio and financial startups as well as real estate developers. It covers topics like incorporation strategies, taxes, crowdfunding, venture capital, trademarks and much more.
The next step was coined by Fisher Stone as the "Entrepreneur Membership". If you make the cut as a viable startup you will join an exclusive networking group of like minded individuals to exchange ideas and help each other grow. You may even decide to do business with one of them. A course member was quoted as saying " I felt really lonely as a young tech entrepreneur and had nobody to talk to in an open down to earth manner that can help me grow, feel good about myself and have a little fun too".
Last but certainly not least is the "Bootstrapping kit". Startups are buried in paperwork from every aspect of the business pyramid. Businesses usually don't know where to start and what documents work for their company model. They also have no clue if it's paperwork that can be filled out by themselves or if it requires an attorney. They also seldom have a clue on the pros and cons of letting an attorney fill out certain paperwork that they can technically fill out themselves.
This new age approach to startup law is the first of it's kind in the NYC area. Managing partner Lowrance Fisher was quoted as saying "Knowledge is power and are the building blocks of a successful business". Managing partner Gregory Stone state, “Developing this program has been challenging and fulfilling…helping entrepreneurs is the reason we developed this program.” They feel no startup should make any decision about incorporation or legal representation without learning the ropes from seasoned attorneys and fellow entrepreneurs.