If you are just starting out in business or are ready to expand your existing business, lack of capital may be the only thing standing in your way. If your business is considered high-risk, you have probably already been turned down for conventional business financing such as loans from banks.
The good news is that venture capital is booming in the state of Colorado, and it could provide your business with the finding it needs to truly take off. Venture capital refers to money that is provided to small businesses and startups from risk-seeking investors who believe that there is serious growth potential.
However, finding an investor who is willing to take a risk with your business isn’t easy. That’s where an experienced business law attorney comes in. Your business attorney can use the knowledge and connections he has to appeal to aggressive investors who are more willing to take on high-risk, short-term ventures.
Once an investor has been found, your business law attorney can create a business plan that details the overall structure of your business while complying with the investors requirements.
Finally, your business law attorney can draft an agreement between you and the investor that is acceptable by all parties, or review an agreement that is proposed by the investor. With a business law attorney in your corner, you know that your rights, interests and your business are protected every step of the way.
In sum, a business law attorney can be the catalyst that connects you to the investor that you need to get your business off of the ground or to the next level. You don’t want to venture into the wonderful world of venture capital without one.