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Roger Royse’s 10,000 Startups: Legal Strategies For Startup Success is a business book that highlights the success stories of startup businesses as a result of meticulous legal planning at the core of their business. The book aims to inspire and help you learn about the legal requirements necessary for you to operate your startup and avoid any hassles along the way. The book is divided into four chapters that begin with one of the essential components of building a business, which is assembling a team. The second part touches on technology and building value through legal protection. The third part deals with money, and the fourth part is putting it all together through planning and strategy. As the old adage that ignorance of the law excuses no one resonates in this work, it then provides you with invaluable information to steer you away from legal troubles.
Get the law right, and you get your business right. That is the simple but important message that Roger Royse imparts. Much like his previous book, Dead on Arrival, 10,000 Startups is written in a lucid layman style and although some parts may be a bit technical in discussing legal aspects, it is not confusing as it tells you right away why you need to know a particular area and doesn’t slow down your learning experience with unnecessary jargon. As starting a business is a process that requires a clear vision and a strong foundation, Royce gives you a heads-up on why you need to consider legal issues to avoid the pitfalls that failed startups have committed by focusing too much on financial planning and profit-making. Is this a book about legal consultation? Not necessarily, but it will arm you with the necessary know-how to navigate the legal ecosystem that all businesses inhabit. This book is a must-read for entrepreneurs and startup businesses.