13 March 2023
Starting a business involves risks, and it is important to take precautionary steps to safeguard your investment. One of these steps includes drafting a Co-Founders Agreement, especially if your startup is co-founded by more than one person. This agreement lays down the terms and conditions between co-founders and helps navigate their day-to-day operations, resolve any disputes that may arise, and clarify profit-sharing and intellectual property rights. Here are some key clauses that should be part of your Co-Founders Agreement to ensure smooth operation of your business:
Incorporating these clauses into your Co-Founders Agreement can help build a long-lasting and successful relationship between co-founders and lead to the ultimate success of your business.
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