Business Consultation

Three sales people, employees of larger companies, decided to start up a manufacturer’s representation firm in Silicon Valley. They needed a shareholder’s agreement that allowed them to do a number of things including: 1) creating options for a clean exit from the firm; 2) controlling the stock and entry of new shareholders; and 3) funding mechanisms for buy-outs of exiting shareholders.
Result: We developed an appropriate document for the shareholders that launched the new enterprise.