A good business plan guides you through each stage of starting and managing your business. You’ll use your business plan as a roadmap for how to structure, run, and grow your new business. It’s a way to think through the key elements of your business.

Business plans can help you get funding or bring on new business partners. Investors want to feel confident they’ll see a return on their investment. Your business plan is the tool you’ll use to convince people that working with you — or investing in your company — is a smart choice.

Given the numerous challenges facing new business operations, it’s critical to have legal representation that understands the sacrifice, risks and issues involved with getting a new business or newly acquired business off the ground and in keeping its doors open going forward.  Cary Colt Payne, Esq. offers significant experience advising clients on new entity formation, business planning and structuring agreements between owners.  Drawing from that expertise, he is able to anticipate and address issues which are typically outside the scope of the clients’ core business expertise, such as raising capital, obtaining financing, protecting proprietary rights and trade secrets, dealing with and compensating employees and contractors, advertising and promotions, licensing and insurance.  By utilizing Cary Colt Payne, Esq.’s broad base of practice areas, he can tailor strategies and solutions that meet the individual needs and expectations of his clients .


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