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Why early stage investors don’t want to own a large equity stake in a startup

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Why early stage investors don’t want to own a large equity stake in a startup

Why early stage investors don’t want to own a large equity stake in a startup
Why early stage investors don’t want to own a large equity stake in a startup

Llew Claasen is a co-Founder and Managing Partner at Newtown Partners (Pty) Ltd. He is also a Co-Founder at Clicks2customers, SynthaSite, and TrafficSynergy. He has been an Executive Director of Bitcoin Foundation since July 1, 2016. He served as Vice President Marketing at Clickatell. He has 12 years of experience in online and mobile product marketing and product management.

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This module is part of the Your legal business course.
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Your legal business

The ‘Your legal business’ course is aimed at founders who want to learn more about the legal implications of setting up their business and the funding concepts for a first round of investment.

The first module focuses on legal basics, the second module on the funding concepts.

Each module has a number of learning resources, which include:
• Theoretical breakdowns where concepts are introduced – relevant to the African context.
• Videos of leading business professionals, entrepreneurs and investors, sharing expert advice,
• Quizzes where you’l…

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