How to Build a Brand That Protects Generational Wealth
Download the Brand Protection Guide 2.0 by Lawyer Mommy Lerae Funderburg, Esq. to discover how to start your own business, protect your brand, and leave a lasting legacy.Download the FREE Guide Now!
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In today’s digital economy, starting a business is easier than ever. With access to so much information, many new entrepreneurs leap at the first idea that pops into their heads without first doing any homework. Before you know it, they’ve changed their Instagram bio to CEO/Founder.
Don’t get me wrong, taking action is always the right answer when it comes to starting a business. But many new entrepreneurs make these mistakes:
- Overspending on materials and supplies
- Creating offers without consulting potential clients
- Partnering with the wrong people
As a top-ranked lawyer, I created the Brand Protection Guide 2.0 specifically for new entrepreneurs who want to establish their own business but are unsure about where to start.
Here's a Quick Sample of the Benefits You’ll Find Inside:
The Difference Between Business Entities - The business type you establish will depend on factors such as your potential tax liability, outside investors, or partnerships. This guide will help you identify which is right for you.
Protections to Which Your Brand Is Legally Entitled - Every business is eligible to receive legal protection. However, your assets could be at stake if you don’t secure them. This guide will help you understand the protections your business has under the law.
Types of Intellectual Property - IP is your mental gold mine. The law recognizes four types of intellectual property. Discover the differences between each and how to protect yourself.