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Part Three: Tips and Considerations (#11 – 15) before Opening a Fitness Studio or Gym

This article is the third in a three part series on tips and considerations before opening a fitness studio or gym.  For the first article (Tips 1-5), please click here.  For the second article (Tips 6-10), please click here.   Here are tips 11 -15: 11.  Promote Your Studio Cost-effectively.  Bad news: building a membership …

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Part Two: Tips and Considerations (#6 – 10) before Opening a Fitness Studio or Gym

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This article is the second in a three part series on tips and considerations before opening a fitness studio or gym.  For the first article Tips 1-5, please click here.  Without further ado, here are tips 6 – 10: 6. Location, location, location.  In my experience, poor location choice is the #1 mistake that people make when …

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SAFEs and KISSes Poised to Be the Next Generation of Startup Financing

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In late 2013, startup accelerator Y Combinator unveiled its Simple Agreement for Future Equity (“SAFE”) investment instrument as an alternative to convertible debt. While SAFE templates appeared in different varieties, the purported goal was to create a standardized set of basic funding terms between startups and investors while deferring decisions about valuation, liquidation preferences and …

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Crowdfunding? Really? Crowdfunding Rule under the JOBS Act

Count me a Luddite when it comes to social media in general, and more specifically, the supposed potential for crowdfunding and raising capital for start-ups and small businesses. My skepticism about crowdfunding admittedly has its roots in the resistance to public solicitation of non-public offerings that 20 years in state securities regulation embedded in me. Publicly solicited …

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The Artist’s Legacy – Business and Legal Planning Issues

Photographers face unique issues that must be carefully considered to ensure a continued market for the creative output and to preserve the artistic reputation. Prudently managed business affairs will minimize problems commonly encountered when closing down a studio and during the transition of business affairs from the photographer’s life to the photographer’s estate. First, there …

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