Your legal business

The ‘Your legal business’ course is aimed at founders who want to learn more about the legal implications of setting up their business and the funding concepts for a first round of investment.

The first module focuses on legal basics, the second module on the funding concepts.

Each module has a number of learning resources, which include:
• Theoretical breakdowns where concepts are introduced – relevant to the African context.
• Videos of leading business professionals, entrepreneurs and investors, sharing expert advice,
• Quizzes where you’ll be challenged to apply what you have learnt,
• Useful downloadable templates and documents.

About this course

Commitment
4 hours.
Language
English
Transcripts
French, Arabic, Somalia
How to pass
View all insights and complete each quiz
Requirements
Log in with VC4A account
Ratings
based on 893 votes

Expert insights

The following experts are sharing their insights in this course:

Khaled Ismail
Khaled Ismail
HIMAngel
Egypt


Chinedu Azodoh
Chinedu Azodoh
MAX
Nigeria


Lauren Cochran
Lauren Cochran
Blue Haven Initiative
United States


Kola Aina Founder
Kola Aina Founder
Ventures Platform
Nigeria


Stephen Gugu
Stephen Gugu
Viktoria Ventures
Kenya


Yele Bademosi
Yele Bademosi
Microtraction
Nigeria


Malaika Judd
Malaika Judd
Sendy
Kenya


Oo Nwoye
Oo Nwoye
Callbase
Nigeria


Takunda Chingonzoh
Takunda Chingonzoh
Tech Village
Zimbabwe


Bernard Chiraa
Bernard Chiraa
iBiz Africa
Kenya


Trevor Kimenye
Trevor Kimenye
Ongair
Kenya


Mustafa Othman
Mustafa Othman
Shaqodoon
Somaliland


Llew Claasen
Llew Claasen
Newton Partners
South Africa


Shudhan Kohli
Shudhan Kohli
Grey Elephant Ventures
Kenya


Eghosa Omoigui
Eghosa Omoigui
EchoVC
Nigeria

Creator of this course

The theoretical content (intro videos of each module) is produced by:
Odun Longe

Odunoluwa Longe

Cofounder & CEO at DIYlaw
Nigeria

Odunoluwa is dedicated to building and nurturing African entrepreneurs, and creating access to legal services. She co-founded The Longe Practice LP (TLP), a startup focused law practice. In the course of running TLP, Odun and her co-founder realised they could use technology to make legal and registration processes easier for entrepreneurs so they teamed up to found DIYlaw, an online platform creating access to legal services, processes and resources.