Carta already simplifies the option grant and 409A valuation processes for private companies, and now we’ve gone a step further. With our updated board resolutions product, we’re making it even easier to get board approval on option grants, 409A valuations, and any other resolutions or exhibits.
You’ve used Carta to accept securities and access cap tables. Now we’re building fund admin tools that will change the way you run your back office.
With Carta, VCs can see real-time IRR instead of waiting for quarterly updates, work with our experienced team, and run capital calls and share documents with LPs.
At Carta, we’re building an ownership network that changes how assets are acquired, valued, and transacted. To propel Carta forward, we just raised our Series E.
At Carta, we spend a lot of time figuring out how to better educate employees about startup equity. We realized that the job offer letter itself was a good place to do this, so in 2016, we decided to reinvent the offer letter. Check ours out and download it to use as a template.
There’s a ton of advice out there for startup founders on how to raise money, set up business infrastructure, and track performance in the early stages of a company’s life. But there’s not as much guidance for managers of new venture funds.
Two years ago, Harry Stebbings invited our founder and CEO, Henry Ward, on The Twenty Minute VC podcast. We’ve grown a lot since then, and Henry recently joined Harry again to chat about a range of topics.
As your company grows, things change quickly. You need to keep your investors up to date but that can be tedious and time-consuming. Carta makes this easier with our newest feature—investor updates.
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.