Pour financer sa startup, l’ouverture de son capital action à des investisseurs est moins risqué et procure des ressources rapidement, mais il entraîne une dilution du capital, du contrôle et des bénéfices. Voici un article qui présente ses effets sur votre capital:
Everybody knows that when you raise money at a startup your ownership percentage of the company goes down. The goal is to have the value of the startup go up by enough that you own a smaller percentage of a much larger business and therefore your total personal value goes up.
The simplest way to think about this is: If you own 20% of a $2 million company your stake is worth $400,000. If you raise a new round of venture capital (say $2.5 million at a $7.5 million pre-money valuation, which is a $10 million post-money) you get diluted by 25% (2.5m / 10m). So you own 15% of the new company but that 15% is now…
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