Start-Up 101 Seminar - 3/22/12
Thursday, March 22, 2012 from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM (EDT)
Thursday, March 22nd
4:00 – 5:00 PM
UNH Memorial Union Building (MUB) - Theater 2
Paul Remus of Devine Millimet
Question: What activity has led to substantially all U.S. job creation over the past 30 years?
Join us as we demystify the legal process of starting a new venture and as we discuss the tools needed to grow ideas, create jobs, and change the world... one startup at a time!
What will you learn?
- The early steps of proper company formation and how to know which one is right for you
- How to determine the right equity structure for your startup
- Tips & tactics you can execute in the earliest stages of your company to prevent big (and expensive!) legal headaches later on
Who should attend?
- New and aspiring entrepreneurs
- Anyone with a big idea who isn't sure what to do with it
- Seasoned startup veterans that can lend additional insight into their experiences
The official Twitter hashtag for this event is #unhstartup.
About Paul Remus
Paul Remus, shareholder at Devine Millimet, concentrates his intellectual property practice in prosecuting patent applications, drafting non-infringement opinions and licensing technology. Paul also represents both companies and venture capitalists in private placements and other financings. Learn more about Paul Remus.
The seminar will be followed by cocktails and networking from 5:00-7:00pm at the Idea Greenhouse in downtown Durham courtesy of seminar sponsors Devine Millimet, Pierce Atwood, Ropes & Gray, and Salient Surgical Technologies.
The Innovation Catalyst Seminar Series, hosted monthly, discusses relevant issues related to commercializing UNH’s innovations, including current and emerging best practices on campus.
The seminars are open to all and designed to be a meeting place for innovators, entrepreneurs, service providers, and anyone else interested in how the university innovations of today represent the information and opportunities of tomorrow.
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UNHInnovation advocates for, manages, and promotes UNH's intellectual property; promotes partnerships between UNH and the business community; and is responsible for licensing UNH technologies and creating start-up companies based on innovations created at UNH. UNHInnovation also hosts the InterOperability Laboratory and the NH Innovation Research Center.