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Eisaiah Engel 18h
Replying to @JonahLupton
good for you. This is the way to do it! Because you can walk away from negotiations at any time.
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Eisaiah Engel 22h
What is doing is real thought leadership. Just like .
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Eisaiah Engel 16h
Replying to @JonahLupton
I'd love to see what you think about
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Eisaiah Engel Jun 21
Replying to @PlatformCalgary
Very cool! I’d love to get your thoughts about for funding docs:
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Eisaiah Engel Jun 17
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IndieConf Jun 13
Excited to welcome as a partner of . Thanks for opening up such helpful info for indie founders looking to raise capital on their own terms. 👌
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Eisaiah Engel Jun 20
How founder-friendly are the National Venture Capital Association funding docs? Robust comparison of legal templates to from .
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IndieConf Jun 11
If you're an indie founder and looking to raise, you must check out the helpful (customizable for AU companies too). Check out our interview with here. 👉
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Bimanywaruhanga B. May 11
Hey founders , This a post you will love. Founder Friendly Standard is a framework for determining if your startup investment deal is founder friendly.
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Kate Kendall Jun 11
I see many founders get into poor investment deals that do more to hurt the company than help it thrive long-term. Grateful that lawyers and founders are open sourcing docs and things to look out for. One such is the . Interview below. 👉
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Eisaiah Engel Jun 14
Replying to @MudassirSheikha
on point #2, that’s why I think customer funding is the best way to go. Once you have that, then you can insist on terms and walk away from negotiations if you can’t get them.
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Eisaiah Engel Jun 11
Interesting idea for divvying up ownership from ⁦⁩. I would be curious to get ⁦⁩’s review of .
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Eisaiah Engel Jun 12
Replying to @Akjain7353
first and foremost “bubble” friendly. Here is a more honest definition of founder friendly
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