New answers tagged vesting
Perhaps you could calculate the percentage based on what it would be if you did include vesting from day one. Considering that you left after six months typically you would get nothing because most vesting kicks in after one year. (E.g. 25% after first year and 25% each additional year prorated monthly.) However, you could consider a vesting schedule, e.g. ...
Consider using the Founders’ Pie Calculator by Frank Demmler at the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University. Another good resource on the subject is "The Great Divide: Splitting Founder’s Equity" by The Daily Muse.
If I were the other members of the team I would be interested in buying you out. A reasonable number might be $30,000? You could have earned $60,000 at a normal job, but instead you took a risk and you are now folding your hand - so I wouldn't expect you to get paid more than you would have if you took the safe route. Also, you are leaving the company ...
The best equity model for this kind of thing is a dynamic model that will make sure you each have exactly what you each deserve. Here is a template for a dynamic model: http://www.slicingpie.com/the-grunt-fund-calculator/
I don't know a standard template for this but here's what I do: To finding some eligible candidates, if I know someone or know someone how may knows someone, start from there, otherwise post a flier (i.e. in some online job board). At interview, ask about educational background and career and ... but tell nothing about the plan (equity offer). If you find ...
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