Launching a startup can be a daunting proposition. Founders often join themselves with a co-founder, typically to round out some skill sets they feel they may be missing. As John Huston, manager of the Ohio TechAngel Funds, points out, this is not the only choice available to entrepreneurs – and in fact, may not always be the best choice.
Huston contends that C-Level talent can often be attracted to a venture for far less of an equity stake than a co-founder.
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