As a startup founder, should you hold on to your 100% ownership of the company or let go of some equity in the funding process? Bottom line, are you going to end up an employee again? And how does the pie-cutting work?
In a few words – graphics in fact, Funders and Founders have put together a great piece of information. An infographic about the splitting of equity, from startup idea to IPO:
“A hypothetical startup will get about $15,000 from family and friends, about $200,000 from an angel investor three months later, and about $2 Million from a VC another six months later. If all goes well.”
Keep reading on the Funders and Founders website, the full article is HERE.