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Who are current investors in your company, if any? You can mention them by (company) name and by type of deal (e.g. seed capital, (convertible) loan, angel investor). This can also give you some ‘social proof’ to new investors.
A cap table shows who current shareholders are and what percentage of the company they own. This is relevant information to new investors, for example to see that founders still have a significant enough amount of shares to keep being motivated and to understand what other investors have a say in the direction of the company.
If your startup raised funding from investors before, including equity, debt or convertible debt, you’ve had to make financial agreements, e.g. on:
You can summarize the key financial agreements that you made in the past, as this helps new investors to understand the ‘financial legacy’.