Message to Queens landlords and residential property developers: Keep building, and quicken the pace. Amazon is coming.
The annual New York City DealBook business conference held last week included an illuminating session involving input from established entrepreneurs regarding commercial challenges and success. The New York Times posed a number of relevant questions to proven business players, soliciting their responses concerning the mindset and attendant strategies necessary to breed sustained company success. Following are a few of the essentially gleaned points.
First things first.
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.
At the established Manhattan business law firm of Rich Michaelson Magaliff, LLP, our deep legal team has "substantial experience covering many aspects of commercial law."
Here’s the quick and bottom-line response to the subject matter spotlighted above in today’s blog headline from a principal employed by what is reportedly the biggest small business advocacy organization in the country: It’s good.
Driving revenue. Creating a solid blueprint for business success. Securing financing on attractive terms. Assembling a high-quality team.
We note on our website at the New York City business law firm of Rich Michaelson Magaliff, LLP, that effective representation in commercial law matters spans a wide universe of concerns. Those range from multi-faceted transactional issues and financing considerations to restructuring strategies and leasing considerations.
Both New York start-up enterprises and more established businesses face wide-ranging challenges in tandem with attractive opportunities that emerge when they are smart and competitive.
Some experienced commercial entrepreneurs craft sound and responsive business plans relatively quickly and with seemingly little effort, while other commercial players - even seasoned business principals - have great challenges crafting such documents.