What you can do at the beginning of your working relationship to help get you and your co-founder on the same (legal) page
Each co-founder relationship is unique, but there are things any founder (including you) can do right from the start to ensure you are in agreement with your co-founder from the get-go on the important aspects of your working relationship.
It's important to have purposeful conversations and the necessary written documents in place to start working together on a strong foundation of agreement.
What a co-founders agreement is. (7:27)
Why you need a written agreement with your co-founder(s). (8:50)
What an agreement usually includes. (10:49)
How to create an agreement. (21:47)
Startup Advantage Eps 20 - How To Look For A Co-Founder
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