Last week, I caught up with Shrijay Sheth from Legalwiz to talk about key aspects of VC term-sheets as a part of Echai’s Fundraising for Startups Series.
Why do we need a Term Sheet?
Term sheet is prepared for 2 major purposes:
To Preclude the possibility of a misunderstanding and lessening the likelihood of unnecessary disputes.
To Ensure that expensive legal charges involved in drawing up a binding agreement or contract are not incurred prematurely.
What is included in a Term sheet?
The Million Dollar Question. Here’s what’s included in a Term sheet.
Valuation of the Company
Amount of Investment
The % Stake Sought
Exit Rights of the Investors
Stock Option Pool
Here’s the Presentation that Shrijay had prepared:
Here’s the full webinar video:
We went through all the key clauses that are typically a part of the Term sheet in the Webinar.
We had about 30 participants on the webinar who asked some brilliant questions. Make sure you don’t miss out on those!
If you have any questions that were not taken up in the webinar, please feel free to ask them in the comments below and I will surely reply.
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Until Next Time, Yash.