We first shared our pitch deck in 2015, when we raised our Series A (we were then known as eShares). The deck we’ve shared here is our Series D deck, which evolved from our Series B and C decks. We hope you’ll check it out, and see how our story, business, and brand have evolved.
The Carta Team
To achieve our goal of creating more owners, while increasing transparency and liquidity between them, we’ve raised additional capital. In 2018, we raised $80 million dollars and closed our Series D, led by Meritech and Tribe Capital, with participation from existing investors. With this new capital, our investors now value Carta at $800 million.
With increased access to capital, companies find staying private longer increasingly attractive. We decided to take a look behind these headlines and dig into the data.
Watch our recent webinar covering common questions like “what is a 409A valuation?” and “how should common stock value compare with preferred stock value?”
Over the past few months, we’ve had hundreds of customers using the first version of our board management product.
Much has been said about the gender pay gap, but most publicly available research focuses on only one part of compensation: salary. But in startups, wealth is created through equity ownership on the cap table.
This year we redesigned Carta for the fourth time, and we’re excited to show you around! Here are a few of the biggest changes to the product.
Cap tables track stakeholders in a company. As a company gets more investors and employees the cap table begins to change.
If you have an investment firm on Carta, you can now access your investments directly from your iPhone.