21 June 2018 | 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Event details

When establishing a startup or business, there are many benefits of having a co-founder or business partner — including working to individual strengths, the distribution of decision making, and collaborative problem-solving.


A downside to having one or multiple business partners is that it can get messy if something goes wrong. How can you protect your business by ensuring that shareholder responsibilities is income are equitably distributed?


In partnership with Simbisa Law, our event Protect Your Business with Shareholder Agreements will explore:

    • Key shareholder legal documents for a business
    • The importance of defining clear arrangements between you and your business partners
    • How to protect your business in case of shareholder conflict
    • How to structure attractive shareholding to investors
    • How to protect your intellectual property

Rugare Gomo

Co-Founder of Simbisa Law

Rugare has practised in a top law firm in Melbourne and was the General Counsel of a high performing international business, responsible for the negotiation of cross-border multi-million dollar contracts. Rugare is now the Co-founder and Legal Director of Simbisa Law, a tech-driven commercial firm providing fixed-fee legal services to startups, SMEs. and investors. Rugare is also the Founder and a Director of the Gomo Foundation, an award-winning not-for-profit organisation which provides scholarships for young women in Africa to attend Secondary School and University.


Dates and fees
21 June
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm


Academy Xi,
Level 3,
45 Exhibition St,
Melbourne VIC 3000