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Inspired by her grandmother, the community bootlegger Attorney Murray‘s passion for helping entrepreneurs started early. Today she helps entrepreneurs throughout the country protect their brand, content, and ideas through trademarks, copyrights, and business development.
Welcome to the Own Your Genius podcast. Tune in each week as Brand Attorney, LaConya Murray, Esq. and guest teach entrepreneurs how to build their businesses, growing their brand, and own their genius!
Welcome back to part three (3) of our four-part series. Over the last couple of weeks, we began exploring the different ways businesses operate. So far, we have discussed sole proprietorship and partnership. Today we will discuss corporations, the first formal business formation.
Listen and learn as Attorney Murray begins part three of our four-part series on the pros and cons of the four main business formations. Today’s episode explores the history of corporations and how it is the foundation for other business formations.
Today's episode covers:
What a corporation is
Why corporations were created in the first place
The pros and cons of operating as a corporation
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