In the Start-Up Entrepreneur Series, I will be taking a deeper look into some of the most common questions early stage founders face in putting together and operating their new businesses.
Last week we discussed the nature of a company’s operational organization through a discussion of its officers and directors. This week we’ll take a deeper look at another major organizational question (and one whose answer is needed to elect those officers and directors):
“How should the founders split up the Company?”
That question, as it turns out, is difficult to answer before a series of smaller, but equally important, questions are considered.