by Christine Mortensen on October 11, 2013
You know that starting a business isn’t easy. But did you think it was going to be this hard? Whether you’ve already gotten started towards your dream business or just starting to think about that next great startup idea, you are going to need some legal advice. Entrepreneur after entrepreneur will attest that the sooner you reach out for help, the better off your business will be.
That’s why we at Entrepreneurs Unpluggd are hosting the Fall Startup Law Summit on October 19th form 9AM – 2 PM.
Need more convincing? Here are 5 reasons you should attend:
1. Get expert advice from Chicago’s top startup lawyers
We have pulled together some of the best people who specialize in helping startups and small businesses get off the ground and/or get on the right track.
2. Find answers specific to YOUR business
Forget the theoretical, the high-level, the unclear. Unlike other conferences or events you’ll be able to get insights specific to YOUR business. Check out all of the topics and speakers for the day.
3. Attend the Legal Clinic
We take that one step further with the Legal Clinic, where you’ll be broken up into small groups and paired with the lawyers so you can learn from your peers and get even more amazing advice.
4. We feed your brain AND your stomach
What’s the saying? The fastest way to startup’s heart…? Learning things critical to your business success and being interrupted by a “grumble, grumble, grumble” from the depths of your empty stomach isn’t conducive. Don’t worry—we’ve got lunch covered.
5. You can’t beat the price
We LOVE startups and small businesses so we know budgets are tight. We’ve purposely set this low so that we can support more amazing companies! For a day chock full of legal knowledge you really can’t beat the price.
But don’t just take our word for it…
“The law summit is an amazing opportunity for entrepreneurs to learn about important issues in a fun setting. I learned a ton and would recommend it highly for other entrepreneurs”
— Ryan Coon of Rentalutions