As a founder, understanding your company’s cap table, convertible instruments, and your first key hires are crucial to building a successful business.
In this event, we discussed section 1 of Carta’s Cap Table 101 course:
- Incorporating your startup and how to organize ownership of your company
- How convertible notes and SAFEs work
- Issuing stock options for first employees and advisors
We were joined by AJ Asver from Parcha. He shared his experiences and lessons learned as a VC-funded founder.
By registering for the first of three events in this series, Cap Table 101: SAFEs, Convertible Notes and Your First Employees, we’ll automatically save your seat and send you updates for the next two events in the series: Cap Table 101: Raising Your Series A and Cap Table 101: Raising Your Series B.
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