We finish with the series of videos on key issues for a startup by the hand of the entrepreneur and investor Javier Megias, CEO and co-founder of startupxplore.com.
We leave you with the last video of the series: How to divide the capital of the startup between partners. The beginning of the activity is the ideal time to discuss how to regulate when things do not go so well, a fact that implies talking about the capital that each one will have.
The equity must be distributed according to the value that each of the partners will contribute in the future of that company, through a structure that reflects the value of the same and the position that each one occupies in it. The past contributions, based on the money that has been contributed, the person with whom the idea was born must have a plus bonus in capital and then we find the opportunity cost, that is to say the risk that each one assumes, they are aspects to keep in mind As well as the future value as the position that each one will assume and their dedication. Once we have defined these percentages, we can assume that we have to earn them. In the words of Javier Megias: “If we have duly taken into account, we will have a series of elements won, otherwise we will probably have killed the company before it is already born.”
So, do not fall into the error of delaying this decision in your startup and discover the best way to do it thanks to this interview conducted by Jose Manuel Carol director of BStartup 10.
In BStartup Class you can see the rest of the videos in the series, we recommend them!