Dave Naffzinger – VP at Judy’s Book and previously a co-founder of Quova has started a series of posts on stock options. His first one is titled Startup Stock Options: ISOs vs. NSOs. Excellent stuff if you are an entrepreneur.
Q: In modeling out an early-stage deal, do you think it would be reasonable to start with a 20% option pool (Round A) and then plan to refresh that on subsequent rounds (ie, make an assumption about having key hires in place by round C or B)? Or should we just allow that option pool […]
Dave Naffzinger’s post – Startup Stock Options: Should you Exercise your Options? is a must read post for anyone that has been granted a stock options. I’ve worked with Dave in two companies and he’s a star. This post is dynamite and while it doesn’t tell you a specific answer (there never is a "correct […]
Today’s VC post of the day is from Albert Wenger (USV) and titled Presenting Option Grants to Boards. This is feedback I give to CEOs 98% of the time after my first board meeting. While there is no standard for how to present option grants, Albert lays out a very clear set of eight pieces of […]
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