Mike Moyer
Slicing Pie: Fund Your Company Without Funds
August 04, 2019 Comments.. 499
Slicing Pie: Fund Your Company Without Funds Mike Moyer Slicing Pie outlines a simple process to get your business started even if you don t have a lot of cash In the early days you can use equity to get the things you need to start your company including help, equipment, supplies, rent and even credit Slicing Pie explains how to calculate the fair amount of equity to the right people Learn the tricks of the trade including Slicing Pie outlines a simple process to get your business started even if you don t have a lot of cash In the early days you can use equity to get the things you need to start your company including help, equipment, supplies, rent and even credit Slicing Pie explains how to calculate the fair amount of equity to the right people Learn the tricks of the trade including Calculating a theoretical value of your company Assigning value to the various inputs to your business What to do when a founder leaves your company How to handle equity when you have to fire someone This unique guide answers the tough questions for budding entrepreneurs and helps make sure they get started on the right foot.. Slicing Pie Fund Your Company Without Funds Slicing Pie outlines a simple process to get your business started even if you don t have a lot of cash In the early days you can use equity to get the things you need to start your company including
  • Title: Slicing Pie: Fund Your Company Without Funds
  • Author: Mike Moyer
  • ISBN: 9781470027728
  • Page: 333
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Slicing Pie: Fund Your Company Without Funds Mike Moyer

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    1. Shirley Shaw says:

      Best strategy for equitable treatmentDefinitely one every founder should read before recruiting any cofounders Once a company gets going, the subject of equity only gets tougher This guide sets you up for the most fair and maximally successful position you could be to move forward as a fairly treated founding team.

    2. Annie says:

      If I were to create a business this would be on my list of books to read before I even got started Want to start a business but can t pay your employees just yet Need help convincing people to invest by showing them an awesome business plan This book will show you just how to do it all If only all how to books were written this way people would read them The tone, pace, words felt like a novel It was fun to read It isn t filled with so much tech babble you can t understand what you just read T [...]

    3. Pete says:

      Interesting readMike Moyer has done a good job of describing an interesting approach to slicing the equity pie in a startup from a pre funding perspective The concept of deferred equity allocation is not new, it is however a complex topic and this book does a good job of describing a potential approach and solution to equity distribution.I have to say I have recommended this book to people All have found it enlightening and useful I recommend it though I personally find the multiple references t [...]

    4. John Elbing says:

      This should be required reading for entrepreneurs And also investors, mentors, coaches, incubators, acceleratorsIt s simple, it s brilliant and a fun read.Sharing equity in an early stage startup is always a nightmare and can kill a promising project.This book gives you the simple rules for everyone to feel they are treated fairly.Strongly recommended.

    5. Mugizi Rwebangira says:

      A good introduction to dynamic equity splits I found it to be a little too wordy at the beginning and the language is a bit too cutesy at times, but the basic ideas seem useful.A good read for anyone thinking of starting a business.

    6. Rico Trevisan says:

      Excellent framework to buddying entrepreneursThe book is focused, short, explains well the idea, and gives good examples of how the theory should be applied A must have for any starting company The accompanying website has awesome resources, too.

    7. Simon says:

      This was a book for work and was not too interesting, but necessary.

    8. Mark Armstrong says:

      Seems like a reasonable approach, although the many requests throughout to buy additional copies of the book for employees, lawyers, accountants etc I found a bit tacky and annoying.

    9. Vincent De snerck says:

      Completely agree with the concept Well explained with some edge cases and a quick and easy read.

    10. Fred says:

      Great book on dynamic equity allocation in early stage startups Highly recommended

    11. Leah Bartlett says:

      Fantastic readA very entertaining way of explaining a difficult topic I stayed tuned through the end and even laughed along the way I would recommend this to others

    12. Liany Foe says:

      Very informative and down to earth5 stars because of the information being provided is very relevant to any startups and can be understood easily especially for newbies.

    13. Michael Huang says:

      To the point and sensibleThis book tells you how to divvy up the equity of a startup company with a simple and fair approach The book is to the point and quite comprehensive.

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