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.
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Are you worried about running out of cash before you even get your startup off the ground? Sure, starting and running a business can cost a pretty penny, but if you evaluate and re-evaluate your expenses—and keep a close eye on your finances—you can keep your burn rate under control.
VC’s are very busy and looking for a very specific set of criteria, so they need to quickly understand what your company’s about and what you are offering when going up to raise a round or positioning your company for an acquisition.
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