WEB (Women Entrepreneurs Boot Camp) presents WEB Workshops, a series of targeted programs designed to provide concrete tips and takeaways to entrepreneurs (women and men). Each WEB workshop does a deep dive into a subject area that founders of most early-stage companies need to navigate. All materials from each workshop will be posted here after they've concluded.
Managing Data, Privacy, and Security: What You Should Consider From the Start
What data you have, how should you secure it and how you can mitigate risk by building privacy and security into your products, services, and contracts.
Avoid Legal Minefields on Your Website: How to Manage Your Content Correctly
Learn how to use digital content on your website, app or in social media without exposure to liability; learn how to navigate the thicket of copyright, trademark, privacy, right-of-publicity and defamation issues when your company posts and hosts online content.
Using Trademark and Copyright Law to Protect Your Brand
What types of IP you may own and how to protect the company’s interests in those rights.
Building Your Team: Key Employment Law Issues
The most common employment law traps founders face and how to avoid them.
Cap Tables and Memorializing Your Capital Structure
How to build and maintain a basic cap table and some scenarios that illustrate how financing rounds can affect founders’ equity.
Dissecting a Term Sheet: The Economic Impact of the Terms You Agree
Dividends, liquidation preferences, anti-dilution provisions and convertible note caps and other terms; how terms of a Seed or Series A round can affect founders and later-stage investors.
Speakers: Christina Chan, Juliet Balin
Basics of Corporate Governance: Best Practices and Real Practices
The roles of stockholders, the board of directors, a board of advisors and officers; best practices for corporate housekeeping and governance and how it works in real time.
Speakers: Jisoo Kim, Alicia Syrett
Choosing the Right Entity for Your Business
The differences between and advantages/disadvantages of LLCs and corporations, including the best approach for a mission-driven business (nonprofit, for-profit, benefit corporation).