Discover a better way to start up.

Today, startups have a staggering failure rate. Learn how Founder Equity is solving the Series A crunch.

What really kills startups?

Startups rarely fail because they can't get their product built. They fail because they're unable to make enough progress to access the kind of capital needed to assemble an amazing team.

Modern innovation is complex, and it's not enough to have a small team with core skills. But there's no way to raise enough money early on to assemble the kind of team that leads to success.

Even the few who achieve success find that without the right team, it takes years. By then, their equity is a mere fraction of where it started.

A fundamentally better way to launch your new business

  • Full funding for 12-24 months; focus on value creation, not fundraising
  • Amazing talent, right when you need it; move with lightning speed
  • Retain more equity long-term

Build your company and have it, too.

Let's skip the whole "slog through the mud until we can justify venture financing" thing. We flip the market on itself, and create value where it counts. Net-net, you get there faster, and often retain more equity.

Founder Equity eliminates time wasted raising capital, unnecessary risk-taking, and other structural weaknesses, which captures more value for everyone involved.

We bring to bear a wide variety of capabilities to rapdily grow your business.

  • Strategy
  • Ideation
  • Primary Research
  • Secondary Research
  • Innovation Strategy
  • Pricing Models
  • Business Models
  • Experience Design
  • Visual Design
  • Experience Innovation
  • Experience Themes
  • Front-End Design
  • User Experience
  • Optimization
  • Engineering
  • Archietecture
  • Data Science
  • System Integrations
  • Web App Development
  • Native Mobile Development
  • Platform Development
  • Growth
  • Marketing & Positioning
  • Community Building
  • Digital Marketing
  • Social Media
  • Sales & Bus. Development
  • Operations and Support

Ready to talk about your startup?