Call Your First Organizational Meeting Sooner than Later

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Running a startup, you have a billion things to do. Don’t forget to add “First Organizational Meeting” to your to-do list.

This meeting should take place after the issuance (or effective date) of your certificate of incorporation. But don’t wait too long, as you have some important business to handle, such as: adopting share certificates, choosing a bank, adopting a fiscal year, and arranging for necessary permits.


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