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  • Form of Mutual Confidentiality Agreement

    Here is a form of two-party confidentiality agreement covering information shared by both parties.

    Please keep in mind that confidentiality agreements are not generic – there are many variables, and every form of agreement is not right for every situation. As always, consider consulting a lawyer to talk through your needs and what is appropriate for you.

    The document is provided in Word format. Any intellectual property that Hyndman | Law has in the form is licensed on an open basis – for any use, by anyone, without attribution.

    This form is provided for educational purposes only. Your use of it does not create a lawyer-client relationship with us, and we assume no responsibility for any consequence of using this document.

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  • Pre-Launch Marketing for Stealthy Startups

    • Sep 22, 2010
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    If you’re not following April Dunford, you should. Her post today titled “Pre-Launch Marketing for Stealthy Startups” is a good example of why. April’s one of my hohoto colleagues, and spoke at our inaugural meshmarketing last year – she’s a keen observer, and you should add her blog to your reading list.

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  • “What Makes an Entrepreneur? Four Letters: JFDI”

    • Sep 21, 2010
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    “What Makes an Entrepreneur? Four Letters: JFDI” – A superb post by Mark Suster on the necessity of committing to your vision and taking action on it. I see so many people who return to me for advice on the essentially the same decisions, or whom I see stuck on the same challenges. BTW, I don’t believe this skill is unteachable, but I do believe it can’t be learned by everyone.

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  • “The Eight Best Questions We Got While Raising Venture Capital”

    “The Eight Best Questions We Got While Raising Venture Capital” – Great post on Techcrunch from the CEO of Redfin.

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  • “Running a startup outside of the Valley”

    “Running a startup outside of the Valley” – Sound advice on starting up away from the action.

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