Make SaaS export easy

By Rick Colosimo / July 24, 2017 /

It’s not one SaaS app to rule them all, no matter how cool you think you are. And if there is one, it’s probably not yours. (It’s probably Gmail.) I get that you think your app is the cat’s pajamas and that not only will no one ever want to use anything else, but that…

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Should co-founders vest in their equity?

By Rick Colosimo / July 17, 2017 /

Should co-founders vest in their equity? Lots of founders – everyone who hasn’t been down this road and some who have – feel that because they started the company, because it is, at that point, “their” company, none of the co-founders should have vesting. And they’re right: at that stage, everyone is committed, has a…

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Why are there accredited investors

By Rick Colosimo / July 1, 2017 /

I’ve been meaning to write a post about accredited investors for some time now, and a random Quora question just got most of my fury. Here’s the steak: Actually, the Securities Act of 1933 (LII link)) regulated public offerings. The definition of accredited investor appears in Rule 501 of Reg D (LII link), which is…

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Sign here

By Rick Colosimo / June 9, 2017 /

Ken Adams has a recent blog post with some pictures of contracts with “Read Before Signing” written in by the signature block. The idea is likely that someone trying to enforce the contract later, against a claim by the person who signed saying “I didn’t read it, and I didn’t agree to something in there,”…

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