Conventional wisdom is that startups with cofounders succeed more often than startups run by solo entrepreneurs. Whether true or not, startups with multiple founders face key issues that will affect the company and its ability to raise money, grow, and ultimately be successful. By tackling the issues early, with candor and honesty, cofounders can often prevent damaging personal relationships with one another and can position the company for growth. In addition, the ability to make these hard calls is a good signal to investors and employees about the sophistication and maturity of the entrepreneurs.
This workshop will help you understand the technical aspects that may come up as difficult topics so you can be prepared as well as ways you can handle and manage your leadership skills to support you in these tough scenarios.
In this webinar we will address questions including:
-Equity Allocation; Control and Governance
-Restrictions on Transfer
-Separation from Business
-Intellectual Property and Restrictive Covenants
-Common mistakes that founders make
-How to manage difficult conversations
-How to build your leadership confidence in stressful times