2018 Slicing Pie Events

Slicing Pie seminars and workshops are a great way to learn about the power of dynamic equity splits and how to treat everyone in your startup fairly. We are pleased to announce the following US public speaking events:Presented by:Sponsored by: CityDateSeattle, WA Wednesday, February 14, 2018 Seattle, WAThursday, February 15, 2018 Charlotte, NCWednesday, March 14, […]

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Slicing Pie is Above the Law…But You’re Not, Unfortunately

Sometimes people ask me if Slicing Pie is “legal.” The short answer is: yes, absolutely, Slicing Pie is completely legal and is never illegal. The long answer is slightly more nuanced because Slicing Pie isn’t a legal framework, it’s a moral framework – it’s a way of doing right by those who help you build […]

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Let’s Keep It Simple…Oops

Don’t be afraid of adding a little complexity to your bonus compensation program. People are pretty smart, and they will buy-in to a structured program that makes logical sense and stimulates the right kind of behaviors from the team.

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How to Talk About Slicing Pie: The Blackjack Analogy

I spend most of my time thinking about equity splits and helping others create fair splits in their startup companies. In fact, I’d be willing to bet that there isn’t a single person on this planet who has put more thought into fair equity splits. I love the topic and look forward to continuing to […]

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Initial Slice Offering (ISO)

I’ve been doing a lot of research lately into Bitcoin and Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) and, like many people, I still find them pretty confusing. I think, however, that in spite of the uncertainty, the future looks bright for digital currency as a tool for raising startup capital, especially for Slicing Pie companies. I still have much to learn. Today’s post covers some of my initial thoughts on the subject. I’m hoping fellow Grunts will post their own thoughts and ideas in the comment section.

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Slicing Pie Case Study: CloudSploit

“That’s an interesting approach,” thought Josh Rosenthal after attending a Slicing Pie seminar at a tech conference. Several years later, the model popped back into his head and allowed him to form a successful partnership with a complete stranger. “I saw a post on Reddit from a guy who needed help developing an interesting technology,” […]

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Paying for the Pie

There are a number of ways to finance your company. The best way is to start generating revenue as soon as possible. Generating cash early will enable you to not only prove your concept to investors, but also potentially get a better valuation and, therefore, keep more equity. In my experience, startups don’t concentrate on […]

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Lump-Sum Payments

Occasionally, an individual will need (or want) cash for their own use. If the company is in a position to provide cash, it can do so by making a lump-sum payment to the individual in any amount. In Slicing Pie, cash payments reduce at-risk contributions so when a lump -sum payment is made it will […]

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