Today, Compass revealed the 2015 Global Startup Ecosystem Ranking. With this report, Compass hopes to “accelerate the development of startup ecosystems around the world by answering critical questions for entrepreneurs, investors, and policy makers that are difficult to answer without the data [it has] gathered and analyzed in this report, as well as to raise the general populace’s awareness of the increasing socioeconomic importance of startup ecosystems.” The index is produced by ranking ecosystems along five major components: Performance, Funding, Talent, Market Reach, and Startup Experience. Continue reading
The Grady Firm, P.C. is pleased to announce that it has opened offices in San Francisco and San Diego, California to better serve the needs of its clientele throughout the state. These offices are exciting additions to the current Los Angeles headquarters in the Miracle Mile/Museum District of Los Angeles, which is located across the street from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) on Wilshire Boulevard in the heart of Los Angeles.
At the San Francisco location, The Grady Firm, P.C. offers Startup/business advising, employment law, criminal law, family law, immigration, and Intellectual Property services.
The San Francisco office building is centrally located in the downtown Financial District on 555 California Street. As the fifth tallest building on the west coast of the United States, it is a monument to San Francisco’s bold natural landscape and one of the most recognized buildings in the country. Also known as the “Triple 5,” the building has starred in several classic movies, including Dirty Harry (1971), The Towering Inferno (1974), and in the Chuck Norris film, An Eye for an Eye (1981). The building has easy access to public transportation, including BART and the Muni Metro.
At the San Diego location, The Grady Firm, P.C. offers services in immigration law, business law, and employment law. The San Diego office is located in the Romanesque-style, turn of the century Granger Building at the corner of Fifth Avenue and Broadway, the gateway to the world-famous Gaslamp Quarter and Core/Civic District. Throughout its hundred year history, the Granger building served San Diego as a bank, office space, and even hosted animals for the San Diego Zoo. The building is close to public transportation.
At the Los Angeles, California headquarters, The Grady Firm, P.C. continues to offer services in Startup/business advising, employment advising, business litigation, employment litigation, immigration, estate planning, and Intellectual Property.
The Grady Firm attorneys are able to serve clients throughout California and the globe through in-person meetings, phone calls, and Skype calls. To best serve its international clientele, The Grady Firm attorneys are fluent in Spanish, Chinese, French, Hindi, Punjabi, Armenian, Swedish, Hungarian, Korean, and Russian.
Schedule a complimentary 15-minute consultation today with The Grady Firm attorneys by calling (323) 450-9010, or submitting a contact request form.
On October 17, 2013, Jennifer Grady of The Grady Firm, and members of the Women Entrepreneurs Club, attended the Next Generation Startups Conference: “Young Women Building New Business,” in Manhattan Beach, CA.
Women-owned businesses are the fastest growing segment of new business in our economy, but there continue to be challenges in starting up a business, growing an operation, and increasing market share.
This live event, which featured panelists in financial planning, wellness, social media, journalism, small business, and engineering, provided the audience with gems of information about the highs and lows of starting and succeeding in your own business. After the presentation, audience members were able to receive advice from the distinguished panelists.
Watch the full presentation online, starting October 22: http://www.nextgeneration.tv/?cmd=mpg&mpid=663
- Kathleen Allen, PhD, Professor, Entrepreneurship, Director, USC Marshall Center for Technology Commercialization
- Brittney Castro, CEO & Founder of Financially Wise Women
- Nadia Dorsey, Founder, Spectrum Languages
- Megan Dipane, Program Director, Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE), Greater Los Angeles
- Maritza Martinez, Founder, Mary’s Sweets on a Stick
- Marybeth Miceli, President, Miceli Infrastructure Consulting
- Dimple Thakkar, CEO & Impresario, SYNHERGY
- Marissa Vicario, Certified Health Coach and Founder, Marissa’s Well-being and Health
- Jennifer Wang, Freelance writer, specializing in small business and startups
Here is a preview of the conference: http://bit.ly/19YCyIH