Our NewCoBureau™ service offers specialist assistance to start-ups and early stage businesses by providing a strong base of quality legal documentation and business protection.
How can we help?
Legal advice for startups & early stage businesses
Our team of expert solicitors provide legal advice for startups and early stage businesses. Alongside this we offer relationship-based support that looks at the long-term success of the business helping you to become investment ready.
We offer a holistic, strategic approach which ensures you meet your legal requirements. Whether you need assistance in articulating your business proposition, securing funding or laying the foundations for future growth, we offer a service which ensures the correct business systems are in place with the success of your business at its core.
How does NewCoBureau™ work?
We know that during the early stages of a business, financial resources are limited, and you will be looking for cost-conscious advice. NewCoBureau™ is designed to provide an affordable package of legal advice, documents and support.
Every NewCoBureau™ package is bespoke. It starts with a free one-hour consultation to allow us to fully understand your business, strategy and goals so that we can tailor the package to suit your individual needs.
We have identified a core set of documents that your new business is likely to require during its first 12 months and some additional documents and advice you may need. We will discuss these with you at our initial consultation.
Get started with NewCoBureau™
If you’re ready to get started, you can use our NewCoBureau™ Questionnaire. We’ve covered everything from settlement agreements with your previous employer and standard documents to protect your business interests, to GDPR requirements and employment law considerations. The questionnaire is designed to aid your thinking and decision making at this early stage in your business.
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