It seems like the jolly old summer party for Indian startups is about to end. And, the WINTER is COMING! Let's analyze the trend of layoffs and VCs advise to "prepare for the worst!".
Mensa Brands has become a unicorn in record time - just 6 months! MIND = BLOWN? Here's all that I understood about Mensa Brands, the industry it is in and what its future might look like.
A Certificate of Incorporation is a legal document that gives a business legal rights to exist as a corporation. Learn more about the definition and its components in the following article.
Since its first launch in 2007, Apple stocks have fallen 75% of the time on its iPhone (new version) launch day. So what seems like a positive occassion, why does Apple's stock behave this way? Well, let's find out!
The term post-money valuation is often used in startup and funding circles. This article will help you to understand the concept of post money valuation, how to calculate it and the different types of financing rounds.
A Share Certificate is a document that proves the ownership of a certain number of shares of a company. Read more about Share Certificates, what they contain and download the Share Certificate Template.
In deep debt of $60,000 dollars, with 2 kids and a near brush with bankruptcy, Webflow founder, Vlad Magdalin, persisted for over 10 years to bring his dream project to life!
Globally, non-accredited investors constitute the majority of investors. Learn about non-accredited investors and the different types of investors in the US.
A non-qualified stock option is an option to buy company stock that is given to an employee as part of the company's compensation package. Learn more about NSOs and the differences between NSOs and ISOs
A shareholders agreement is a legal document that provides the precise rules on how the company will operate. Find out what shareholders agreements are, what they contain and how to create one.
Valuation multiples are ratios that are used by investors to value a company and its performance. In this guide, you will learn about valuation multiples, different types of valuation multiples, and an example.
Fully-diluted shares refer to the total number of shares that would be outstanding if all possible sources of conversion, such as convertible securities, were exercised. Read more about fully-diluted shares here.
10-minute delivery startups are all the rage at the moment. But did you know this quick delivery market in India is set to grow to $5bn by 2025. Don't believe me? Well, here's a detailed article explaining everything about this space.
Businesses are seeking ways to grow and innovate quickly with the newest technologies, and many of these companies are turning to acqui-hires for their needs. Read more about acquihire in this article.
Learn Who Angel Investor is, Where can you find them, why should you raise funds from them, difference between angel investor and Venture Capitalists, Angel Investors Eligibility
Board meeting minutes is a record of all discussions and decisions made during a company's board meeting. Learn more about board meeting minutes and download the free board meeting minute templates.
The term pre-money valuation is often used by startups and venture capital firms. But what is pre-money valuation? Read more to find out about its definition, and the difference between pre and post money valuations.
Authorized shares are the maximum number of shares that a company can issue. Read more about authorized shares and the difference between authorized and outstanding shares.
Operating income is an important metric when determining the financial performance of a business. This article explains operating income, its formulas, and the difference between operating income and EBITDA.
Duty of loyalty is about making sure that the company's best interests are given priority over personal interests. Learn more about Fiduciary Law and examples of when the duty of loyalty has been breached
Public Benefit Corporation (PBC) is a new form of corporation that seeks to balance the creation of wealth for shareholders along with the goal of creating social good. Learn more about PBC companies here.
A SAFE note is an agreement used by startups to raise seed capital. Learn more about SAFE Note, its pros and cons, and the difference between the SAFE Note and the Convertible Note.
Vested Stock is an incentive given to an employee that entitles them to purchase a certain number of shares of the company's stock at a predetermined price. Read more about vested stock options and types of vesting schedules.