Founder's Workbench from Goodwin Procter
Founder's Workbench provides a free, online resource that empowers entrepreneurs to
organize their own start-up and navigate many of the legal and organizational issues faced
by start-ups and emerging companies.
Founder's Workbench includes
a free self-service document generator that enables start-ups to create a
tailored set of documents necessary for incorporation, as well as other
customary documents defining the rights and obligations of a company and its
founders. Founder's Workbench also features additional industry resources
on topics ranging from leasing space, hiring and compensating employees, to
obtaining insurance and protecting IP. Another feature is Goodwin Procter's Founder's
Toolbox blog which is devoted to exploring developments and trends of interest
to founders and entrepreneurs.
Entrepreneurial Masters Program presented by the Entrepreneurs' Organization
The Entrepreneurial Masters Program
together 65 remarkable entrepreneurs – each a company Founder or
Co-Founder who leads a company that grosses more than US$1 million —
for four days on a suburban campus of MIT.
Jointly hosted by the MIT Enterprise Forum and Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO), this unique, executive educational program has been designed for three specific reasons:
- To identify and bring together the next generation of entrepreneurial giants— the next Bill Gates or Richard Branson.
- To provide the kind of intense blending of practice and theory that
is necessary to excel in this era and to do so in a format that fits
your busy schedule.
- To offer this high-quality program at a price that is less than
half the cost of comparable programs (All efforts go into
quality programming and facilities, not fancy promotions).
The focus is on leadership. The sessions are rigorous. In short, EMP brings you the best, at a time when you need it, in a way that fits both
your schedule and budget.