The LND Startup Hub

The LND Startup Hub2024-01-16T14:32:54+02:00

Choosing the appropriate legal and fiscal framework is the foundation of any successful entrepreneurial project. Startup Founders often find themselves confronted with a multitude of legal and economic questions. Our LND-StartupHub aims to function as an one stop shop for Startups in all stages of their development. From incorporation to modeling a successful business plan, seek financing and work on potential exit strategies, our dedicated expert team provides personalized support and guidance to emerging Startups and Spin-offs.

In particular for Spin-Offs we work together with the researching team and the institution to prepare the Spin-Off Agreement and the necessary supporting Documents including any Technology Transfer Agreement required.

We understand that starting a new business can be daunting, especially when it comes to legal issues. That’s why we offer a comprehensive and affordable package set of legal services tailored specifically to Startups. Whether you need help with incorporation, contracts, fundraising, intellectual property or simply navigating the complex legal landscape  we’ve got you covered!

LND StartupHub Services


A: Under the threat of GDPR fines, the importance of a thorough Data Protection system cannot be understated.

Key Data Protection Documents

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3. Data Protection Policy
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Stock Options

Stock Options

Stock options are a form of equity compensation that allows an employee to buy a specific number of shares at a pre-set price often called strike price, exercise price or grant price. As the purchase price stays fixed, if the value of the company’s stock  goes up, the stock option holder  could make money on the difference.

Why Offer Stock Options

Stock options are commonly granted by startups to their employees, advisors and executives as part of their compensation package providing them an opportunity to  share in the company’s success.


Stock options are vested over a given time period to ensure that the employee sticks with the company for a while. Vesting schedule is typically outlined in the stock option agreement. Many companies have a vesting schedule that is four years long, often beginning with a standard one-year “cliff.”  A cliff is a period of time that has to elapse before you get any of your vested options.

Can Any Company Type Grant Stock Options

Under Greek law both SA and Private Companies (IKE) can issue Stock Options. However, only the stock options issued by SA Companies are subject to a preferential tax treatment

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