Learn how cap tables work at this month's Techpoint Africa Pitch Friday 

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November 7, 2022
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When raising external funds for your startup, you'll need to consider the composition of your capitalisation table, also known as a cap table. 

In simple terms, this is a document that lays out how much of your startup each shareholder owns. As simple as this sounds, it can get more complex than this and even affect your business's ability to raise capital.

This Friday, at the Techpoint Africa Pitch Friday, we will be learning about cap tables, how they work, and what to consider as you create one for your startup. The facilitator for that session will be Kingsley Anyanwu, a Business Development lead at Raise. 

Attendance is always free, but registration is compulsory as it helps with planning. You can follow this link to register and save a seat.

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Accidental writer, covering Africa's startup landscape and its heroes. Find me on Twitter @chigo_nwokoma.
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