Startup Funding Explained – Incorporation and First Investor (Part 1)

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– Startup Funding Explained –
Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B. Convertible Notes vs. Priced Rounds. Common vs Preferred Shares vs. Stock Options.
The fundraising process for a startup requires a crash course on some terminology that you've probably never heard of.
There's no evil corporation making it confusing on purpose, you know, like banks and credit cards. This is just a complex topic that requires an understanding of some legal and financial terminology.
When companies have such vast potential, and when you deal with such large sums of money, everyone wants protection to make sure their time or their cash investments are safe.
So- to better explain all of this, we are going to tell the story of a startup company, from funding to IPO.

Starting the company – 0:53
Company Valuation – 3:11
Company incorporation – 4:20
Vesting – 6:39

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When to incorporate a business in the U.S.?
Founder Salary and Vesting:

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- Startup Funding Explained -
Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B. Convertible Notes vs. Priced Rounds. Common vs Preferred Shares vs. Stock Options.
The fundraising process for a startup requires a crash course on some terminology that you've probably never heard of.
There's no evil corporation making it confusing on purpose, you know, like banks and credit cards. This is just a complex topic that requires an understanding of some legal and financial terminology.
When companies have such vast potential, and when you deal with such large sums of money, everyone wants protection to make sure their time or their cash investments are safe.
So- to better explain all of this, we are going to tell the story of a startup company, from funding to IPO.

Starting the company - 0:53
Company Valuation - 3:11
Company incorporation - 4:20
Vesting - 6:39

📹Recommended videos:

When to incorporate a business in the U.S.? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bAo8ZkJB1gM
Founder Salary and Vesting: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=afI25nIf9q0

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    1. Hi, please visit other Caya website founderhub.io and you get all you need! (I am on slidebean.com for Pitch and it is great)

    1. Thank you so much for this video! I really appreciate, I was referred by Ted, he helped me throughout the whole process. This is my referral as promised
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  1. i hope you grow even more as a youtube channel and as a business .. you really deserve the best .. i genuinely learnt a lot since day 1 of me discovering this channel … keep up the good work and good luck

  2. Caya, gracias hermanito, all your videos have been very educational to say the least. Will be using your slides once we begin the presentation process. Saludos tambien a tu equipo chingon ~

  3. Thanks for making this video. I was so tired of hearing the same thing over and over. “You can’t raise capital without revenue.”

  4. Gaaaahhh I need more lol, great content Caya as always, so when the founder left the company with say 15% shares, do they get the option to sell their share? Can they get a loan from a bank and use their share as from previous company as collateral?

  5. I think I’ve seen 40% of your videos🤗🤗. Thank you so much for taken out the time to explain these things. They are very valuable and I appreciate every second of it… To add, you’re also humourous “…part 1 of I don’t know how many….” Lol🤣

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