Here is a quick summary of my POV: Here’s the reality: most people don’t want to start a business.
Maybe they get up to 10% if they joined REALLY early and were senior. If you do decide to go down the 50/50 route, please at least consider: OK. Just please read one more message first: I promise you for as great as you feel about your current partnership agreement–I meet far more people who had problems with theirs than founders who didn’t have problems. Mark Suster is a 2x entrepreneur who has gone to the Dark Side of VC.
And this isn’t the first time Onevest has bought out a competitor — it has also acquired entrepreneur networking sites Tech Co Founder.com, Founder Matchup.com, and Bizpora in the last four years.
In addition to the acquisition, Onevest also announced the recent launch of its Co Founders Lab Learning Center.
Most senior employees who join are given 2% if they join early. And some of them will be from startups that are already very successful. We’re all friends when things are moving up and to the right.
So trust me when I tell you that you can hire incredibly talented people for 30% of your company. I know many people reading this will violently disagree. But many of the cases where it goes well are when the company hasn’t struggled.
The site will now be housed under Onevest’s own founder matchmaking platform, Co Founders Lab.I covered what I call “the co-founder mythology.” So embedded is this conventional wisdom in Silicon Valley that it feels like heresy to even question it. So emotional is the topic that people often want to debate me based on the title before they’ve even heard my point of view. People just don’t talk about it publicly or in blogs. If you’re already “been to war with them” in a company and know their character I would consider it more. He joined GRP Partners in 2007 as a General Partner after selling his company to If you’re interested in the topic please watch the video by clicking on the image above. They don’t want the risk of the first 3-6 months with no salary and having to walk around with a tin-cup for funding. I meet far more second or third time entrepreneurs who wouldn’t do a 50/50 (or 33/33/33) partnership ever again than you would image. Cremades and fellow co-founder Tanya Prive certainly have a few reasons to celebrate: Onevest absorbed its top competitor and nearly tripled its user base to a total of 250,000 of founders in its network.Perhaps even more important is that the company now owns Founder Dating’s “Discuss” community, a forum for entrepreneurs to ask questions and get advice from other entrepreneurs.