In the last few years there has been a fair amount of commentary in business forums on digital disruption, and how technology is changing the way we interact with our service providers, friends and customers.
If your business has survived the first two to three years, and you want to continue growing it, there’s a strong chance you’ll be looking for an investor. But be careful what you wish for: The dream investment and the glow of success will bring growing pains, which will be more painful than you imagined.
Law firm Dommisse Attorneys is a small team of attorneys with a big interest in startups. Speaking to BizCommunity, the firm’s founder and senior partner Adrian Dommisse asserts the firm’s interest in guiding startups through the legal aspects of securing funding — both local and international — as well as lending a hand in acquisitions.