Over 70% of startups split equity among founders in the first month. But a static equity split at the height of the startup’s uncertainty sets the stage for the 50% of founders teams that fracture. Ideal equity allocations reflect the real contributions each founder brings to the startup. Many founders adopt a dynamic approach to splitting equity, which maps founder ownership to actual value contributed or realized. Join us for a webinar based on Mike Moyer’s innovative “Slicing Pie” model for fair equity splits among founders. Matt Rossetti, a startup attorney with Sentient Law, has done hundreds of Slicing Pie agreements and will present this system of dynamic equity along with real-world insights on implementation and management.
Attendees will get a chance to receive one of three free copies of Mike Moyer’s “Slicing Pie” book that will be given away at the end of the session.
Fundable Startups provides coaching, training, and tools that helps founders build healthy, fundable companies. As a published author and a CEO, CTO or Tech VP of 5 startups with 3 exits, Sam Wong leads Fundable Startups in creating premium, deep-dive, visual training and tools to help founders with great execution.
Sentient Law, Ltd. is a division of Gordon Law Group, Ltd. and is a full service legal and accounting firm headquartered in Chicagoland with offices in Austin, Texas. The firm has helped countless startup owners form their businesses in a way that protects assets, minimizes tax liability, and avoids the legal pitfalls that the experienced team of attorneys has encountered through nearly a decade of startup law practice. Sentient Law also helps businesses use cryptocurrency, whether accepting payments, diversifying investments, or launching a blockchain-based startup.
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