A Boot Camp for Startups: Good Ideas Are Never Enough
July 2014 -- COMMERCE Magazine NJ
Irwin Kishner's comments on legal and business challenges facing startup companies were featured in COMMERCE magazine's 2014 Annual Law Firm Managing Partners Roundtable. In the article, Irwin opines on the need for founders to clearly define how a business will be owned and operated, answer questions about who truly owns a startup's business idea or technology, and identify competitive restrictions resulting from the founders' prior employment or other business ventures. According to Irwin, issues such as these, if not properly addressed prior to bringing on an investor or strategic partner, can be show stoppers.
Zynga Draws Record VC Funding
June 28, 2010 -- InternetEvolution.com
John Rogers says that Zynga, an on-line gaming site, appears to have limitless potential for profitability and therefore is likely to have a successful liquidity event in the form of a robust IPO or acquisition.
So You Want to Start a Tech Business
June 24, 2009 -- E-Commerce Times
Owners of tech start-ups should use their attorneys, accountants, bankers and financial advisors as conduits to equity and debt investment by angel and venture capital funds, Ed Stevenson says. Ed, chair of our venture capital and emerging growth company practice group, also suggests that owners join groups and associations that bring together investors and tech start-ups that need investment dollars.