Calling all first time entrepreneurs!
LAVA’s fall First Time Entrepreneur workshop is scheduled for Saturday, September 16, 2017!
We will also have a special guest speaker: Venture Investor Buck Jordan, of Canyon Creek Capital
At this workshop you will learn how to:
- Determine the value of your company
- Put together a capitalization table
- Understand how Venture Capitalists screen potential investments
- Understand the differences between trademarks, copyrights and patents and when you need each of them
- Work with co-founders
- Network at startup events — the right way
For more information and to sign up, visit: First Time Entrepreneur Workshop.
Join me on Friday August 11th at Cross Campus Pasadena to learn how to network with investors – the right way.
For more info and RSVP, click here:
The California Secretary of State’s office announced this week that statements of information for California limited liability companies (LLCs) can now be filed online.
Secretary of State Alex Padilla said the goal with implementing this online service for LLCs is to streamline the process so that “entrepreneurs can focus less on red tape and more on growing their business.” Corporations already had the ability to file statements of information online, but previously the statements of information for LLCs had to be mailed into the Secretary of State’s office.
As a reminder, statements of information are due 90 days after initial formation and every 2 years thereafter. They also require interim statements of information if any information needs to be updated.
The new online form can be accessed here: https://llcbizfile.sos.ca.gov/.
See the full press release here: http://www.sos.ca.gov/administration/news-releases-and-advisories/2017-news-releases-and-advisories/secretary-padilla-announces-llc-statements-information-can-now-be-filed-online-and-new-bizfile-california/.