We are proud and honored to be a partner of the "DLD Tel Aviv Innovation Festival" (http://www.dldtelaviv.com).
Description of our DLD Meetup:
Determining how much equity an early stage developer or key employee should receive is often quite tricky. Here's why...
Developers' and Key Employees' Perspective: Developers and key employees who join startups take high risks, but can benefit from exciting equity compensation, resulting as high future payoffs during an exit event, or even when selling their private shares or stock options via a secondary deal.
Founders' Perspective: Founders have the difficult task of ensuring that there will be enough left on their cap table to attract future talent and raise capital, without diluting themselves and reducing their motivation.
During our upcoming meetup, we will review several questions related to this intriguing subject.
Agenda:[masked] - Drinks and Networking
[masked] - Part 1: How should you negotiate a fair equity compensation in a seed or later stage tech company? (Megane Dreyfuss, VP Marketing@ Developers.institute)
[masked] - Part 2: Employee Stock Options. How Much should they be granted? (Oren Barzilai CEO & Founder @ EquityBee)
19.45 - 20.15 - Part 3: When and how should you sell and price your private shares or stock options before a future exit event? (Raphael Meyara, CEO@ AlgoValue.com)
[masked] – Networking