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A PERFECTLY FAIR EQUITY SPLIT.

Slicing Pie is a universal, one-size-fits all model that creates a perfectly fair equity split in an early-stage, bootstrapped start-up company. 

Learn It

Learn how Slicing Pie works from books, videos, articles, phone calls, even games

Legalize It

Find contract templates and Slicing Pie-friendly lawyers and professionals in your area.

Live It

Use the Slicing Pie software to keep track of your team’s equity split in real time.

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I Feel Much More Knowledgeable and Confident

One of the most impressive aspects of Mike’s book is his accounting for the many different scenarios that can occur when partnering-up to start a company. The Excel docs available on his website allowed me to go right into a practical application of what was read. I am meeting with a potential partner/investor this week. As a result of reading the book I feel much more knowledgeable and confident, not just about the meeting, the potential for the business as well.

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