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Workshop Registration End Date :August 6, 2024

Virtual Workshop

Legal & Business Pathways for Global Startup Success

Empowering Innovation: Mastering Legal and Business Tactics for Global Success

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Mentor Based
3 Days (1.5 Hrs/Day)
Start Date
3:00 PM IST



This workshop, offers a concise, three-day learning experience for entrepreneurs and business leaders aiming to thrive in international markets. Covering essential topics such as business formation, compliance, funding, intellectual property, and employment law, the workshop equips participants with the tools needed to launch, manage, and scale startups globally. Through expert-led sessions and practical case studies, attendees will gain insights into effective strategies for navigating the complexities of global business and legal environments.


The aim of this workshop is to provide entrepreneurs and business leaders with essential strategies for launching, scaling, and exiting startups within the global market. Focused on legal and business fundamentals, the workshop covers entity formation, compliance, funding, intellectual property, and workforce management, equipping participants with the knowledge to successfully navigate the complex landscape of international business and legal environments.

Workshop Objectives

  • Understand the Global Startup Ecosystem: Learn about the structure and dynamics of international startup environments, including key players and current trends.
  • Master Business Formation and Structuring: Gain insights into choosing the right business entity and understanding the legal implications of various jurisdictional choices.
  • Navigate Regulatory Compliance: Develop strategies to ensure adherence to both local and international laws and regulations crucial for startups.
  • Secure and Manage Funding: Explore different funding options and understand the legal aspects related to each, including negotiations with investors.
  • Protect Intellectual Property: Learn how to effectively manage and protect intellectual property rights within a global context.
  • Manage a Diverse Workforce: Understand the complexities of employment law across different regions and how to manage a multicultural and international team.
  • Execute Effective Market Entry Strategies: Analyze and implement strategies for entering new markets, including understanding legal barriers and cultural considerations.
  • Plan and Prepare for Business Scaling and Exit: Discuss the operational, financial, and legal considerations for scaling operations internationally and executing successful exit strategies.

Workshop Structure

Day 1: Legal Foundations and Regulatory Landscapes
Session 1: Introduction to the Global Startup Ecosystem 

  • Overview of the Startup Ecosystem
  • Definition and key components (entrepreneurs, investors, incubators, accelerators).
  • Current trends and emerging markets.
  • Importance of Legal and Business Strategies
  • Integrating legal frameworks with business objectives.
  • Case studies of successful global startups.

Session 2: Business Entity Formation and Structuring 

  • Choosing the Right Business Structure
  • Types of business entities (LLC, C-Corp, S-Corp, etc.).
  • Pros and cons of each entity type.
  • Jurisdictional Considerations
  • Best jurisdictions for startups (e.g., Delaware for U.S. companies, Singapore for Asian markets).
  • Tax implications and legal requirements in different jurisdictions.

Session 3: Regulatory Compliance and Legal Frameworks 

  • Understanding Regulatory Environments
  • Key regulatory bodies and their roles.
  • Differences between major startup hubs (U.S., EU, Asia).
  • Compliance Strategies
  • Ensuring compliance with local and international laws.
  • Penalties for non-compliance and risk mitigation.

Day 2: Funding, Intellectual Property, and Employment Law
Session 1: Funding Strategies and Investor Relations

  • Types of Funding
  • Bootstrapping, angel investment, venture capital, and crowdfunding.
  • Pros and cons of each funding method.
  • Investor Relations
  • Pitching to investors.
  • Negotiating terms and understanding term sheets.
  • Legal Aspects of Funding:
  • Equity vs. debt financing.
  • Regulatory requirements for fundraising.

Session 2: Intellectual Property Protection 

  • Importance of IP for Startups
  • Types of intellectual property (patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets).
  • Strategic IP management.
  • Global IP Protection
  • International IP treaties and agreements (e.g., WIPO, Paris Convention).
  • Country-specific IP laws and registration processes.
  • Enforcement and Litigation
  • Strategies for enforcing IP rights
  • Handling IP disputes and litigation.

Session 3: Employment Law and Workforce Management 

  • Employment Contracts
  • Key components of employment contracts.
  • Non-compete and confidentiality agreements.
  • Labor Laws
  • Overview of labor laws in major markets (U.S., EU, Asia).
  • Differences in employment regulations and employee rights.
  • Managing a Global Workforce:
  • Remote work and cross-border employment considerations.
  • Cultural and legal implications of managing international teams.

Day 3: Scaling, Market Entry, and Exit Strategies
Session 1: Market Entry Strategies 

  • Market Research and Analysis
  • Identifying target markets and assessing market potential.
  • Competitive analysis and market segmentation.
  • Entry Strategies
  • Direct exporting, franchising, joint ventures, and wholly-owned subsidiaries.
  • Pros and cons of each entry strategy.
  • Legal Considerations
  • Regulatory hurdles in new markets.
  • Localization of products and services.

Session 2: Scaling Operations Internationally 

  • Operational Scaling
  • Setting up international offices and branches.
  • Managing supply chains and logistics.
  • Technology and Infrastructure
  • Leveraging technology for global operations.
  • Ensuring data security and compliance with data protection laws (e.g., GDPR).
  • Financial Management
  • Currency exchange and transfer pricing.
  • International taxation and accounting standards.

Session 3: Exit Strategies and Business Continuity 

  • Types of Exit Strategies
  • IPO, mergers and acquisitions, and strategic alliances.
  • Pros and cons of each exit strategy.
  • Planning for Exit
  • Preparing the business for sale or merger.
  • Valuation methods and deal negotiation.
  • Legal and Regulatory Aspects
  • Compliance with securities laws and stock exchange regulations.
  • Handling legal disputes and ensuring business continuity post-exit

Participant’s Eligibility

  • Students: Currently enrolled in undergraduate or graduate programs in business, law, or related fields looking to gain practical insights into the startup ecosystem.
  • PhD Scholars: Engaged in research that involves business innovation, technology, law, or entrepreneurship.
  • Academicians: Faculty members or educational staff seeking to expand their knowledge on current trends and legal aspects of the global startup environment to enhance their teaching and research.
  • Industry Professionals: Currently employed in or aspiring to enter sectors that interact significantly with startups, especially those in roles related to business development, legal compliance, intellectual property management, or international trade.

Workshop Outcomes

  • Enhanced Understanding of Global Markets: Participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of the global startup ecosystem, including key market trends and emerging opportunities.
  • Legal and Business Acumen: Develop critical skills in navigating legal frameworks and business strategies essential for startup success in international environments.
  • Intellectual Property Mastery: Learn to effectively manage and protect intellectual property, ensuring competitive advantage and compliance in global markets.
  • Regulatory Insight: Acquire knowledge on international regulatory compliance, helping ensure that startup operations are legally sound across different jurisdictions.
  • Funding Strategies: Understand various financing models and the intricacies of dealing with global investors, including negotiation and management of investor relations.
  • Operational Skills: Gain practical skills in forming, structuring, and scaling business entities across borders, equipped with strategies for handling logistical and operational challenges.
  • Cultural Competence: Develop sensitivity and understanding of cultural differences in business practices and workforce management to enhance international team dynamics.
  • Exit Strategy Planning: Learn about the strategic planning necessary for successful exit scenarios, including IPOs, mergers, and acquisitions, tailored to a global context.

Mentor Profile

Ms. Neha Sawal

Name :Ms. Neha Sawal

Designation :Legal Analyst

Affiliation :Apex Fund Services Ltd.

Ms. Neha Sawal is a Legal Analyst in Apex Fund Services Ltd. Company/Organization located at Bangalore. She received her L.L.B. Degree from Mody University, Laxmangarh in 2016 and earned her postdoctoral in Business law from university of Indian Law, Pune in 2021. Then worked as an Assistant Professor –Tax Law in Christ University Bangalore Institute/University. She has 2.5 Years of Experience in the field of Corporate Law. Her Area of Expertise includes: Business Law, Startup incorporation, constitutional law, Legal studies, Human rights law, Startup funding and legal procedures, family laws, criminal and civil law.

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  • Intellectual Property (IP) Attorney
  • Investor Relations Manager
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