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Startups should be concerned about intellectual property

Colorado entrepreneurs generally try to get their new business ventures up and running as quickly as possible, but this eagerness to bring products or services to market can sometimes lead to important legal issues being overlooked. While new business owners usually take steps to ensure that their insurance coverage is adequate and all of the permits and licenses they need are in place before opening their doors, they often fail to address the important issue of intellectual property.

Why the government should not subsidize venture capital

Entrepreneurs in Colorado may have great ideas for startups that require them to seek venture capital so that they can finance their businesses. In Silicon Valley, for instance, there are a large number of unicorn companies precisely because of the influx of venture capital. The success there has led some governments to try to incentivize venture capital investments by offering subsidies.