For many entrepreneurs in Tennessee, running a start-up company is full of challenges and difficult decisions to make that have to be carefully analyzed to take the business in the right direction. Perhaps one of the most critical aspects of running an organization is a company's ability to maximize the productivity of their sales force to provide unparalleled customer service to people who are interested in their product or service.
Female entrepreneurs face unique challenges compared to their male counterparts. If you’re a female business owner you’ve likely been hard at work to stay competitive in the male-dominated industry.
If you are in the beginning stages of starting your own company in Tennessee, chances are you have already begun researching what you can do to protect your intellectual property rights. Failure to take precautionary steps against copycats and thieves can significantly increase the risks of your product or service being replicated and registered by someone else. Fortunately, following the process of securing a trademark can give you all of the rights to produce your product without fear of it being stolen by your competition.
While any company in Tennessee may provide a beneficial product or service, the primary goal of the nonprofit is to benefit the public, not to make money for the owner and/or shareholders. These organizations often receive benefits such as tax exemption as they pursue their mission.
If you have recently gotten into a relationship with someone who has children from a previous relationship, you may have already started to think about your role as a step-parent. Building an effective and trustworthy relationship with a child who is not your own by blood can be challenging and even discouraging at times. At Fidelis Law, PLLC, we have helped many step-parents in Tennessee through the process of adopting their step-children.