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FAQ’s for Start-ups (from DIPP)

What qualifies as a “Startup” for the purpose of Government schemes? An entity (Private Limited Company or Registered Partnership Firm or Limited Liability Partnership) shall be considered a “Startup” – Upto 5 years from the date of its incorporation/ registration,

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FAQ’s for Start-ups (from DIPP)

What qualifies as a “Startup” for the purpose of Government schemes? An entity (Private Limited Company or Registered Partnership Firm or Limited Liability Partnership) shall be considered a “Startup” – Upto 5 years from the date of its incorporation/ registration,

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Union Budget 2016 on Startups

The Union Budget that was presented by Mr. Arun Jaitley this year appears to have partially appeased entrepreneurs by providing relief in the form of taxes to start-up companies. The finance minister has stated that there would even be “amendments

Union Budget 2016 on Startups

The Union Budget that was presented by Mr. Arun Jaitley this year appears to have partially appeased entrepreneurs by providing relief in the form of taxes to start-up companies. The finance minister has stated that there would even be “amendments

Learning from failed startups

Despite the hype surrounding startup companies in India, there are those unlucky some for whom the writing is on the wall. Various reasons for the failure of a startup include funding issues, poor operations and the pressure to scale up

Learning from failed startups

Despite the hype surrounding startup companies in India, there are those unlucky some for whom the writing is on the wall. Various reasons for the failure of a startup include funding issues, poor operations and the pressure to scale up

“The frenzy in India is the same as in the Valley” (for startups)

A few days back, The Economic Times had as a lead story on how law firms are trying to tap the startup space in India. Aarthi, the blog’s co-author, also gave her opinion: Rocketing business prompts startups to court law

“The frenzy in India is the same as in the Valley” (for startups)

A few days back, The Economic Times had as a lead story on how law firms are trying to tap the startup space in India. Aarthi, the blog’s co-author, also gave her opinion: Rocketing business prompts startups to court law

Government enabled start-up ecosystems in the offing

Less than two months from now, the prime minister may be announcing measures for startups. Amidst all the talk on over-valuing start-ups, there are the odd number that could perhaps benefit from skewed policies. Fostering innovations is one such focus

Government enabled start-up ecosystems in the offing

Less than two months from now, the prime minister may be announcing measures for startups. Amidst all the talk on over-valuing start-ups, there are the odd number that could perhaps benefit from skewed policies. Fostering innovations is one such focus

THE INDIA LAW FOR STARTUPS & About Us

The simple art of communication gets complex when the subject matter is the law. More so, when the founder of a start-up is busy trying to solve all the world’s problems. He prefers to not spend time talking to a

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THE INDIA LAW FOR STARTUPS & About Us

The simple art of communication gets complex when the subject matter is the law. More so, when the founder of a start-up is busy trying to solve all the world’s problems. He prefers to not spend time talking to a

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Hiring a lawyer for startups in India

On day one, startups need to make some crucial decisions. A very crucial one, which is quite often overlooked, is to hire a lawyer. A lawyer will assist in taking the seven important legal decisions that can make or break

Hiring a lawyer for startups in India

On day one, startups need to make some crucial decisions. A very crucial one, which is quite often overlooked, is to hire a lawyer. A lawyer will assist in taking the seven important legal decisions that can make or break