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Cap Tables: Why They're Important & Tips on Management

A capitalization table (commonly referred to as a “cap table”) is a spreadsheet that shows the ownership and overall capital structure of a company. It usually lists founders first, but can include executives, key employees who have equity, and investors. A well-managed cap table can help your company attract investment and prevent diluting your stake....

Silicon Alley 2017: Looking back…and forward

2017 was a great year for New York’s Silicon Alley. History was made, the ranks of senior venture capitalists strengthened, new international outposts opened, delegations from around the world came to visit and learn, and the financial capital of the world embraced crypto...

Venture Funding: Year End Review 2017

Now that a couple more quarters have passed, we want to update everyone on how venture funding played out for 2017.  As suspected, the trend of record amount of venture funding this year continues, surpassing the all time high of 2015. Some of the largest funding rounds this year included multibillion dollar fundings into companies like AirBnB, Lyft, and Uber.  ...

Webinar Recap: How Convertible Notes Work with Moisan Legal

We recently sat down with Matthew Moisan, managing partner of Moisan Legal P.C., for some much-needed clarification on convertible notes. If you have a small business or a startup, you will want to raise capital.  There are three ways to do this - an equity round, raising debt (a loan), or with convertible notes - which are a combination of the first two....

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