Matthew McElwee is a Silvan partner, law student, and serial entrepreneur. With a five year track record of launching businesses, building success, and designing a stellar presence online for any business, Matthew provides his expertise and experience to Silvan clients to ensure they can avoid the many pitfalls of starting a business and come out on top. Matthew specializes in seed-stage companies that are still building their brand, market, and goals.
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Joseph McElwee is a Silvan partner, pilot, and consumer expectations expert.
Startup Checkup - Full service diagnosis of the challenges and opportunities facing your business. The deliverable is a report of all of the things that Silvan can do for your company, based on its current status. This is the first service, first step, and first impression with any customer.
Entity Selection - The decision of which entity to use for a seed-stage company can have far-reaching implications. By coordinating with attorney advice and offering experiential expertise, Silvan can assist the small business owner with selecting and filing an entity, as well as establishing appropriate upfront filings to ensure compliance with tax and liability regulations.
Corporate Governance - Running a corporation requires extensive oversight and compliance. From conducting and recording annual meetings to maintaing minutes to establishing the appropriate officers, Silvan can assist and advise regarding the appropriate actions to maintain a sterling corporate presence that will protect your business.
Legal and Accounting Liaison services - By maintaining a list of preferred providers in the various practice areas, Silvan can recommend a competent accountant or attorney based on client need. Silvan can also coordinate the interplay between client and service provider, as well as provide document organization services.
Small Business Association Coordination - The SBA provides small businesses with countless benefits. Navigating these benefits, from SBA loans and grants to...
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