Standardized Legal Documents What is VentureDocs? VentureDocs is a system for automating the first draft of important legal documents for startup companies, investors, crowdfunding portals and attorneys. The various VentureDocs modules allow users to proceed through an intuitive point-and-click menu system for putting in unique information and making choices for the language that will be inserted to create highly-customized legal documents based on the user's particular situation.
Projecting Online Advertising for Business Plans 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. The 7 Real Reasons Startups Fail (and What To Do Instead) The market research firm CB Insights recently did a post-mortem on 135 failed startups. As part of that effort, they asked the people involved in each startup why they thought it had failed. The study surfaced twenty reasons, with most startups citing multiple reasons. The reasons cited, however, fall into seven categories, each consisting of a specific emotional or intellectual limitation: 1. Arrogance (85%)
Business Basics - Equity: Dividing the Pie Email: email@example.com I'd rather have a small piece of a big pie than a large piece of nothing! (M. Volker) Why Do You Need a Partner? Employee Equity: How Much? 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. 5 Principles of Innovation Are innovators born or made? Surely, those who spawn ideas that change the world are special – different then the rest of us. Take one look at an Einstein, a Henry Ford or a Steve Jobs and it seems that they were bequeathed with something unique. They have a flair and a surety about themselves that borders on the sublime. Yet many others also have flair and surety and never accomplish anything of note. Moreover, as I’ve written before, stories of great innovators often contain struggle and privation.
The MASSIVE SMALL Compendium: Build a better urban society by Kelvin Campbell Risks and challenges We know that in our complex world we always have unexpected outcomes. But you can anticipate many of them and plan for better outcomes, if needed. We think the best ways of dealing with risks and challenges is to do just that. Derisking the process: To date we have done everything we can do to ensure the Massive Small project is a success and we will deliver on our promises: • We have an experienced team who have worked on complex projects just like this and have achieved well beyond expectations.
Wiki Equity agreements are used to legally detail how equity will be divided amongst founders, key employees, advisors and investors in a startup company. The details of equity agreements will specifically determine who gets what payoff should the company be acquired or go public. Additionally, since equity often takes a role in determining voting rights and other key decision making, these aspects and how they relate to the equity division are described in equity agreements. Thus, it is very important for entrepreneurs and people looking to work at startups to understand equity agreements in detail, so that they can know where they stand on potential payoff and decision making in their company. Equity agreements can be divided into those between founders, those between the company and employees and those between the company and investors.
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 Declare what your company does in a single sentence. Problem Amazon Expands Home Services Offering To More Top Cities © Time Inc. All rights reserved. Fortune.com is a part of the Time.com network of sites. Powered by WordPress.com VIP Email address or Password is incorrect Forgot Password?