It is said that a team has succeeded at splitting the equity if all of the founders are equally unhappy.
The distribution of capital among founders is a complex subject, and is often the first difficulty to overcome in the creation process.
What would require cold and analytical reflection often occurs in the midst of intense emotional excitement generated by the project.
Among the main difficulties, there is the reconciliation in the capital of the involvement and impact of each founder at the time of creation, and those they are likely to have in case of success years later.
This selection of contents aims to show the most common approaches and to provide valuable feedback to fuel the reflection of entrepreneurs.