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StartupTools will always be free for startups and investors to use. In order to stay independent from commercial interests I've decided to fund StartupTools from my own pockets. However, I'd be super happy if you can help me out by subscribing to a small monthly donation via Stripe. This is not mandatory in any way, but the more people help out, the more I can spend on creating new docs and updating the existing ones.

StartupTools will always be free for startups and investors to use. In order to stay independent from commercial interests I've decided to fund StartupTools from my own pockets. However, I'd be super happy if you can help me out by subscribing to a small monthly donation via Stripe. This is not mandatory in any way, but the more people help out, the more I can spend on creating new docs and updating the existing ones.

StartupTools will always be free for startups and investors to use. In order to stay independent from commercial interests I've decided to fund StartupTools from my own pockets. However, I'd be super happy if you can help me out by subscribing to a small monthly donation via Stripe. This is not mandatory in any way, but the more people help out, the more I can spend on creating new docs and updating the existing ones.

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Non-Disclosure Agreement

To be honest, NDAs (non-disclosure agreements) aren’t very useful in very early stages in the startup life-cycle. If you require an NDA from someone who you are about to pitch your idea to, they typically won’t sign it. Why not? Read Brad Feld and Mike Lincoln.

However, when discussing patent applications, partnerships, joint ventures, mergers, acquisitions etc., NDAs can come in handy.

I have created two versions of NDAs. One is one-way/unilateral (e.g. when you give sensitive blueprints to a supplier) and the other one is two-way/mutual (e.g. when discussing a merger and confidential information will flow both ways).

/Erik Byrenius

 

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