Are you an entrepreneur, or planning to be one, and struggling with the legal aspects, compliance and valuations?
Regulation and compliance are two words that haunt every entrepreneur. There are numerous laws which a startup has to comply with.
While it might seem petty in the beginning, however, the consequences of non-compliance can be far-reaching. Needless to say, it can range from penalties, prosecutions and fines to various other issues that may lead to a close down of your company.
So it is necessary for startups to have at least a basic understanding of these in order to avoid any legal mishap.
What will you learn from this session ?
1. Applicability of various laws and the compliance
2. Essential agreements to be executed
3. Intellectual Property Rights
4. Taxation implications
5. Keeping proper corporate records
6. Valuation, Angel Taxation
7. Pitch deck, Term sheets, Fundraising
A Chartered Accountant by profession, Prajakta has cleared CA exams in the first attempt at the young age of 21. She is currently Partner at Pradeep Jagtap & Associates, Chartered Accountants, working with startups helping them with all business support services. Prajakta is also a DIPP approved Mentor for startups on the Startup India Hub, a Government of India initiative.
Prajakta is a Chartered Accountant by profession. She cleared the CA exams in the first attempt at the young age of 21, CS (AIR- 9 in CS Final and AIR-20 in CS Executive), DipIFRS (ACCA, UK), Forensic Audit and Fraud Detection (FAFD -ICAI), DISA- ICAI, CFP- FPSB, attended London School of Economics (LSE) Summer School 2018 in Strategic Management. Currently pursuing CFA (USA), LLB second year.
She is currently Partner at Pradeep Jagtap & Associates, Chartered Accountants, working in the field of taxation, audits and business advisory. She is also working with startups helping them with all business support services including valuations and fundraising.Prajakta is also a DIPP approved Mentor for startups on the Startup India Hub, a Government of India initiative.
Prajakta is also a Committee Member of Ind-AS Implementation Committee of WIRC of Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) for the year 2018-2019. She has been a speaker at ICAI for CPE Study Circle for CA members and students on various topics like GST, Forensic audit and fraud detection, career counselling. She has been judge at S.P. College, Pune for Maven, 2018, a National Entrepreneurship Skill Development Event and Pune Branch of WIRC of ICAI for Debate Competition for CA students.
She is also a member of Toastmasters International Club and AVP- Public Relations at Bibvewadi Toastmasters Club. She is also an online volunteer for United Nations and currently working with United Nations Associations of Somalia (UNASOM) for developing a fundraising strategy for them.
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