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Can a Founder Legally Promise Equity in a Company That Doesn’t Yet Exist?

March 7, 2017 by brian prokopowich0
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Serial entrepreneurs are constantly coming up with the ‘next big idea’. During the excitement of starting the process of building a business, incorporating might not be the first thing on an entrepreneur’s mind. Employees might be promised shares in a corporation that doesn’t even exist. Can the employees enforce this promise?

 

Check out Clausehound.com’s blog post on this topic to learn more!

http://blog.clausehound.com/can-founders-promise-equity-in-company-doesnt-yet-exist/?utm_source=startupTechUnleashed&utm_campaign=promiseEquity&utm_medium=referral

brian prokopowich

I am a technology co-founder and lover of all thing related to Start- ups and entrepreneurship. I created this group so we can all learn from each other to create foster a create tech & Start-up community.


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