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- CAP TABLE #14: The preference shares sheets – From Series A to I – of the cap table - November 16, 2017
- CAP TABLE #13: The convertible notes and warrants sheet of the cap table - November 16, 2017
- CAP TABLE #12: The Common sheet of the cap table - November 16, 2017
Once you have investors, in most cases you actually one of them (the lead) on your board of Directors. In many cases this can actually be awesome, some cases less so. In all cases where your investors have ‘information rights’ you have to provide them information on a monthly to quarterly basis.
There is a correlation between the more old-school and sophisticated an investor, and the quality of information you will need to provide. This information needs to be presented well, think of it like a monthly fundraising deck (Yay). So, are you wondering what one of these bad boys actually looks like? NextView put together a template for your viewing delight.
Have a read below to get a feel for what a board deck looks like. If you want to download the PowerPoint version, you can get it here.