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Upcoming Opportunities for Mediation at Equa


Equa provides trained professionals who act as a neutral third-party between domestic or international businesses, for signing-off the deals, collaborations, investment etc. The neutrals help the founders to clear the differences, convince the parties to reach an agreement. The businesses can avoid the disputes at early stage or settle the existing disputes amicably with the force of Law. The settlements are done with consent and execution/compliance is ensured by Equa even at international level through its partners.


1. Free consultation on early-stage conflict avoidance. The businesses can discuss on phone if they are right as per Law and can avoid disputes. Businesses can evaluate their decision according to Law and can take informed decision.

2. Acting as a third-party facilitator in Business Deals. (Free for domestic deals) The trained Equa Neutrals can act as an independent person between two-sides and support in finalisation of the deals.

3. Investment and funding related mediation. (Free for once, per start-up) Equa experts can assist in every way, from sittings in the online meeting to creation of term sheet, and shareholders agreement etc.

4. Acting as a Neutral between founders and directors. If there is a difference of opinion, the trained Equa experts can help you to reach an agreement by guiding you as per Law and Finance.

5. Drafting of Contract as per the agreed terms. Once you reach an agreement with your consent, Equa experts and neutrals draft a legal agreement and ensure peace.

6. Free Negotiation Skills training to the Start-up founders. The start-up founders, registered in India, can learn the art of negotiation skills which shall help them in running their business.


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