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Florida-based educational start-up wants to make video game

On Behalf of | Jul 25, 2014 | Business Formation & Planning |

When entrepreneurs have an idea that they truly believe will take off, they may take the first step towards launching a successful start-up company. In the electronic age, there are an abundance of opportunities that some people are able to take advantage of. However, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, any new business start-up should make sure they thoroughly research the ins and outs of business formation, such as investors, licensing, regulatory compliance and other legal considerations.

An educational start-up company based in Florida recently launched an online campaign which aims to generate $50,000. If the goal is reached, the woman who heads the start-up wants to make a massively multiplayer online role playing game for students, who can use the interactive game as a learning tool.

Students who play the game would be able to complete tasks in numerous subjects, including math, science and history. The woman behind the campaign, a doctoral candidate who has devoted over 3,000 hours of her work with schools, believes that the gameplay will serve as a learning tool which helps students understand concepts better than other educational video games.

Whether someone moves forward with a small business start-up or acquires a major multi-state corporation, it is important for them to cover every base. When entrepreneurs ensure that they have conducted thorough planning and are fully prepared for any hurdles they may face, costly mistakes can be avoided. Since it is so important to have a solid understanding of how different legal issues can impact business, some start-up companies are able to find value in talking to an attorney.

Source: The Independent Florida Alligator, “Gainesville startup to create an educational MMORPG,” Rebecca Kravetz, July 7, 2014


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