Video briefings: three minutes or less — perspectives on start-up success
Partner Mike Sullivan, based in Pillsbury’s San Francisco office, has shepherded hundreds of emerging growth companies through venture capital financings and more than 50 through public offerings. In these concise video briefings, he takes on four key issues that entrepreneurs commonly contend with in the early days of their start-up efforts:
- Making choices about funding — when to use convertible notes and when to use preferred stock
- Avoiding common mistakes co-founders make regarding allocation of equity
- Deciding on the jurisdiction where the company will be formed
- Choosing the right founding team for a new venture
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