發布時間：2021-01-12 發布人：山東股章瀏覽次數：692次 來源：www.newadnetwork.com
Today, with the prosperity and development of market economy, many aspiring young people have joined the army of entrepreneurship. However, because most of them start their businesses for the first time, they only start with a creative idea or a product prototype, so they have no experience in the company's operation and management, and even how to get along with their partners is in the exploratory stage.
Therefore, they are worried about the setting of equity structure at the beginning of entrepreneurship, which is not groundless, because if the setting is unreasonable, it will lead to the company's value after the realization of the reasonable distribution of interests, and then produce unnecessary contradictions, affecting the further development of the project or the company.
Let's talk about the principle of equity design by listing some common problems:
1. Do you want a partner
The answer to this question is very simple, one word - one "to"! As the saying goes, a hero has three gangs. If a group of like-minded "comrades" can fight together in the process of starting a business, it is naturally an ideal state.
2. How many partners are you looking for
The answer to this question depends on the specific situation. Different teams and projects naturally have different partner needs. At present, in many failed entrepreneurial teams, almost all of them have this common feature: the company or project has not seen the future, but the members have sealed all kinds of high positions, and there are more leaders than employees in the back. On the contrary, no one can do things in a down-to-earth way.
3. What kind of partner are you looking for
For start-up companies, the saying "good steel is used on the blade" can be described as a wise saying, that is, to make the best use of talents and materials. First of all, partners must be able to be independent, so as to promote the development of the company or the project; second, partners must have different abilities, so as to achieve complementary effect in work.