Entrepreneurs who want to break away from their current employer so they can start their own business need to be careful. The current employer may have contractual restrictions in place that prohibit company employees from branching out on their own, especially if they plan to sell or market a similar product or service. The employment contract fine print is worth a second look.
This October 22, 2015 article from Entrepreneur magazine spells out additional issues entrepreneurs should consider if they are working for someone else when they decide to strike out on their own.
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