Web Tracker Case

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Se pedirá a todos los accionistas a suscribirse a un acuerdo con la empresa que dispone que dichos accionistas con su voto a favor en un evento de Liquidación Considerado en el que el 50% o más del poder de voto de la Compañía se transfiere y que se aprueba por: (i) la mayoría de la Junta, (ii) los tenedores de por lo menos la mayoría de las acciones Serie A Preferidas, y (iii) los tenedores de la mayoría del capital accionario.
Se pedirá a todos los accionistas a suscribirse a un acuerdo con la empresa que dispone que dichos accionistas con su voto a favor en un evento de Liquidación Considerado en el que el 50% o más del poder de voto de la Compañía se transfiere y que se aprueba por: (i) la mayoría de la Junta, (ii) los tenedores de por lo menos la mayoría de las acciones Serie A Preferidas, y (iii) los tenedores de la mayoría del capital accionario.
1. ¿Cuáles son las principales diferencias y similitudes entre las dos hojas de término?
Los dos términos son completamente iguales
2. ¿Cuál prefieres, y por qué? ¿Cómo afectan las reputaciones y características de las dos Venture Capital en su elección?
Los dos términos son iguales
3. ¿Qué condiciones intenta negociar con cada VC y cuál sería su estrategia de negociación?
No cambiaría nada ya que me parece bien que los cambios se hagan a votación y a decisión de la mayoría.
4. ¿Cómo afecta su vista del crecimiento de WebTracker's y la salida de trayectoria influye en su decisión si usted cree que el escenario trazado por los fundadores? Si usted ve una fusión / adquisición o salida a bolsa como la salida probable?

Adquisición de derechos de los fundadores
Todos los Fundadores que tengan acciones están sujetos al derecho de la empresa a recomprar al costo. Recompra para el 75% de las acciones en los primeros 12 meses después del cierre; a partir de entonces, los lapsos adecuados…...

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