Term sheet - Compulsorily Convertible Debentures (CCD)
Template 'Term Sheet' that can be used as a reference by any startup, when an investor is looking to invest in the startup for Compulsorily Convertible Debentures (CCD). This is for convertible debt. Can be used to defer valuation and rights of the round. Preferable for bridge rounds.
Founders employment agreement
This template will be provided as a general guide to pre-incorporation business associations. It allows people to collaborate on early-stage business projects on fair terms, without a lot of hassle or paperwork. The founders should replace this with a traditional structure if the company obtains significant outside funding, customers, revenue, or takes on other obligations.
Non Disclosure Agreement (NDA)
NDA is needed when a startup discusses their idea with potential mentors, investors and other stakeholders (like consultants, employees, founders and advisors) in the ecosystem. This protects their interest by keeping the data and IP confidential and avoids potentials complications/litigations for both parties.
Market, Customers, and Startups
The fundamental thing to keep in mind for any Startup is first, evaluate a market and customers and then, tailor a solution to serve the needs of the market-customers instead of developing a solution and then searching for market or customers. In this document, you will learn to evaluate market and your intended customers to make sure that you market the product you develop to its targeted user.
Questions You Should Ask Before You Start Marketing
In this document, you will learn the five essential questions you should ask before you get ready to market your product/service in a market-based economy. These questions will help you study the market efficiently and enable you to promote and target your product/service to the intended customer.
10 Points On What Is Not Sales
In today's competitive world, "Sales" is an important function for any organization.A Startup team is selling the vision of the company to customers, partners, vendors, government, and investors.This document explains 10 common mistakes Startups make in understanding the "Sales" function.
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