Workshop

Accenture Scale Up Academy - legal workshop

Accenture Scale Up Academy - legal workshop

Accenture Scale Up Academy - legal workshop

13.08.2018 NL law

Being at the forefront of innovation, start-ups and scale-ups regularly face new and constantly changing legal challenges. Whether starting out as a new company or working towards an acquisition or investment round, businesses have to be aware of many different legal challenges and know how to deal with them. 

On 30 August, Stibbe in Amsterdam will host a legal workshop as part of the ‘Scale Up Academy of the Accenture Innovation Awards’ in cooperation with Somnox (former Accenture Innovation Awards finalist). The workshop will look at innovative ways of dealing with legal obstacles and risks. During this informal and interactive workshop, lawyers from Stibbe will discuss the kind of legal topics a start-up has to look out for. For example, how to reward employees without paying high salaries, how to deal with a potential acquisition / investment and how to protect your IP. Finally, they will also share their experiences gained from advising all sorts of companies, including a wide range of start-ups.

For more information or to register, please go to: http://legalsua.accenture.expoplatform.com/

 

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