To help entrepreneurs identify a founder-friendly term sheet, six attorneys compared KISS, Safe, NVCA, Gust, and other startup investment agreements to Founder Friendly Standard. The research took place in Q3 2019.
A startup that bootstraps and increases market power consistently has the best odds of getting a founder-friendly term sheet. You don’t need VC or angel investors to start your business.
We want to share this message with the #DisruptSF audience – especially entrepreneurs following on Twitter who aren’t at the event.
On October 2, 2019 – coinciding with the first day of Tech Crunch Disrupt – nearly 30 bootstrappers and I will tweet about the value of customer-funding on the conference hashtag, #DisruptSF.
To join our campaign, look for my Twitter thread on October 2, 2019. My handle is @eisaiah_e.
UPDATE ON OCT 6, 2019
Founder-Friendly Term Sheet Twitter Teardown
Our #DisruptSF campaign has generated 1.823M twitter impressions so far according to Keyhole, a social media monitoring tool. Here are the threads from the Founder Friendly Standard comparison research:
We were joined by a 85 other unique users posting a total of 245 tweets, mostly happening between Oct 1 and 4. Here is a snapshot of the results from Keyhole: