Here’s how we do it: Peer-to-Peer investing Everyone at Founder Collective has started a technology company. We love building stuff. We aren’t investors who sit in an ivory tower analyzing spreadsheets. We’ve lived through the emotional roller coaster of leading startups so we have huge respect and empathy for our founding teams. Strategy - Founder Collective
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If I Launched a Startup Here’s what I’d do in the beginning: Incorporation (1) Entity Choice: Corporation or Corporation (2) State of Incorporation: Delaware (3) Authorized Shares in Charter: 10,000,000 Shares (4) Type of Shares: Common Stock (5) Par Value of Common: $0.0001 (6) Initial Founders Issuance: 8,000,000 Shares (7) Founders Equity Split: Depends on the Team, But Quickly and After the Awkward & Difficult Conversations (8) Vest Founders Shares?
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Build Complete Financial Statements for Your Startup The Complete Model is a fully-functioning financial model that is intended to help entrepreneurs: Create detailed marketing plans and estimate viral user acquisition loopsEstimate pricing plans, price points and estimate revenuesUnderstand the key components of cost of goods sold (COGS) and selling, general and administrative (SG&A) costs behind the businessCreate the full financial statements needed for investors (income statement, balance sheet, statement of cash flows)Create funding estimates and outline a complete capitalization table to estimate ownership structure The Complete Model uses a mix of assumptions to estimate all revenue and cost line-items monthly over a flexible four year period, and then sums the monthly results into years for an easy view into the various time periods. You can easily set the start date and year for key decisions, and the model adjusts automatically.
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As a consultant to tech startups, I’ve seen entrepreneurs planning online ventures confused when it comes to projecting advertising revenue. Having done ad projections with the benefit of live models from which to extract real data, I offer the following guidelines on how you can calculate revenue projections for your business plan. Baseline Criteria: Let’s assume that for Year One you will only use third-party ad-serving networks, instead of direct selling. This is as simple as adding their code snippets to your pages, to automatically feed their ads to your site. Projecting Online Advertising for Business Plans
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Welcome to the Co-Founder Equity Calculator! It is based on almost 3 years of one-on-one discussions with entrepreneurs through the co-founders meetup, the startup conference and advising various founders. Fill out as many of the questions below as possible. If the question doesn't apply to your situation, leave the answer blank. For questions where selecting multiple founders is allowed, try to limit your selection to one or two founders, not everyone. For customized, automated legal documents for startups, check out VentureDocs.
The most common comment in this long and complicated MBA Mondays series on Employee Equity is the question of how much equity should you grant when you make a hire. I am going to try to address that question in this post. First, a caveat. For your first key hires, three, five, maybe as much as ten, you will probably not be able to use any kind of formula. Getting someone to join your dream before it is much of anything is an art not a science. And the amount of equity you need to grant to accomplish these hires is also an art and most certainly not a science. Employee Equity: How Much?
Alliance of Angels - Presentation Guidelines Tell Your Story Well A successful pitch is like an engaging movie trailer – it should clearly convey the gist of your business and provoke investors to engage. Be interesting, tell a memorable story, and make heavy use of visuals. 10 – 15 slides are all that’s needed. Purpose
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The Founders’ Pie Calculator By Frank Demmler Several weeks ago, we took a look at the founders’ pie. Cutting Up the Founder’s Pie
How to Divide Equity to Startup Founders, Advisors, and Employees Since returning from MIT back in June I’ve been focusing on the growth of the company. It has been pretty much on mind non-stop for months now. The part that I’d like to zero in on is when you’ve got a high growth company what are some of the best practices out there to distribute equity to the founders, advisors, and employees?
Seedhack Founders Collaboration Agreement Starting a new company requires inspiring early co-founders to join you in your efforts and then quickly establishing an environment of trust where everyone works hard and fairly shares the upside of any success. To that end, we’re launching the Seedhack Founder’s Collaboration Agreement (download here in .DOC or in .PDF ) which is designed for a newly formed team to agree on what each founder’s shareholding should be as well as how to make sure that each founder puts a continued effort throughout the lifetime of the company in order to keep their equity stake. The hope is that this document will not only help events like Seedhack, where collaboration amongst team members is key, but also any ‘back of a napkin at a cafeteria’ brainstormed startups where people put a lot of sweat equity in even before they think about forming a ‘formal’ company. A big thank you to Tina Baker from Brown Rudnick for drafting the agreement.