Business creation is a lofty and challenging ambition for any entrepreneur, even one with considerable energy and the smarts to make an impact in a given industry.
And for company principals who seize upon an idea, commercialize it and make it profitable, there are continuous challenges - and, candidly, opportunities - that continue to emerge. There is a reason why only company owners who constantly seek to innovate and who refuse to grow comfortable with the status quo endure as business successes.
A recent article spotlighting America's small businesses notes that players in that corporate niche in New York and nationally commonly benefit from one singular and special connection.
Namely, that is a mentor. Unsurprisingly, involvement with another proven business figure or team of experts can be just as beneficial for a rising entrepreneur as it is for a budding student, aspiring artist or other party.
The above piece stresses that the opportunity to interact with one or more guiding professionals enables a small business principal "to collaborate and workshop ideas with a trusted source." The mentoring process can "expand your viewpoint, helping you see multiple perspectives to solve problems."
Although the term "mentorship" does not typically surface in discussions surrounding the type of assistance that dedicated attorneys from a commercial law firm provide for valued clients, it easily enough could. We note on our website at the established New York City firm of Rich Michaelson Magaliff that we routinely offer guidance and on-point advocacy to diverse business entities across the virtual universe of issues that concern them. Those span matters that include company formation, financing, contracts, risk mitigation, compensation, dispute resolution and more.
Regardless of how it might be termed, our deep legal team stands ready to provide sound legal counsel to business clients who turn to us for help. We deem that a privilege and focus unwaveringly on delivering best-case results in every instance.