Splitting Founder’s Equity

You’re starting a new company. Congratulations! Before preparing for your product launch or talking to customers, however, you need to agree upon the allocation and terms for the equity, or ownership, of the company among you and your co-founders. 

This is one of the toughest decisions said Nithya B. Das and John J. Egan III in their last post about the matter.

Talent for Equity™ team


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