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How much equity to give on raising capital for Early Stage Enterprise?

We are an Early stage with products placed in the market (consumer packaged goods).
Looking to raising funds around 150K USD with 15-20% of the Company being sold to new shareholders (currently a unique shareholder).

1. What is a typical deal structure? Precisely about equity distribution: 'slicing the pie' how much equity based on capital investment amount?..

2. What will be a usual Early adoption discount scheme on equity, offered to potential investors?

3. Exit strategies for the investors and lock-up period (2- 3 years min) - some local investors already willing to contribute with capital but need 2x or 2.5x on their investment in 3 years. How the specific exit strategies requested by investors will reflect into the final equity agreement?

Need to mention that new shareholders will not have a seat in the board and no decision power after investing.


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