Resources for entrepreneurs in India
Indian Startups receiving FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) must comply with FEMA provisions and report the transaction to Reserve Bank of India (RBI). The article gives a brief overview of different steps involved in the compliance.
Employment agreement or contract is an important document that must be executed as soon as the CEO position is finalized. Majority of the time, startup […]
When it comes to startup funding, most entrepreneurs fail to secure angel or venture capital funding. There is always an option to raise money from […]
Startup funding by resident angel investors is under the scanner of finance ministry. If the amendments to the section 56(2) of Income Tax Act are […]
Startup is a risky business. Almost 90% of the startups fold within first year of starting up and probably less than 1% really achieve their […]
Most people think that raising and managing money is the biggest challenge that a startup faces. However, if you ask experienced entrepreneurs, they will tell […]
A CEO of a startup sounds like an exciting work position. One often hears about the success of startups and lot of attention is given […]
Starting a business in India requires entrepreneurs to comply with laws of the state. Often laws related to taxation, labour and employment and privacy get knowingly or unknowingly violated. This makes entrepreneurs criminally liable and could land them with prison time.
Continuing with our series about Starting a technology company in India, in this article we will look at setting up the office and starting operations. […]
Starting a technology company requires legal, operation and human resource understanding. In the first of the series of articles on this topic, we talk about setting up a company in India and obtaining necessary permissions with local government departments.