A GP Commitment is the amount of money, usually between 1% and 5% of the fund, that the general partners invest in their own fund.
A General Partner is a senior partner in a venture capital firm.
Gamification occurs when real-world activities are made game-like in order to motivate people to achieve goals. Gamification leverages people’s natural tendencies for competition and achievement. Examples include rewarding users for achievements and earning badges.
Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) are mandatory financial accounting procedures and methods that public companies must comply with when reporting their financials. Private companies are not required to use GAAP as their accounting method, but many do.
A General Partner (GP) is a partner in a partnership. In limited partnerships, there are general partners, who manage the day-to-day operations of the partnership, and limited partners, who invest in the partnership but are not allowed to control the […]
A General Partnership is the default entity under most jurisdictions. When two or more entrepreneurs join together to operate a business, they have wittingly, or unwittingly, formed a general partnership. There is no need to file any document with the […]
General Solicitation is a company or fund publicly advertising its securities. General solicitations offer the potential to reach more investors. However, general solicitation may cause the company to have to comply with more stringent security registration requirements at the state […]
A Going Concern is an accounting term for companies that have reached a point of viability where they can continue operations indefinitely with the resources the company has.
Golden Handcuffs are financial incentives for founders and/or key employees to prevent a departure from the company before some predetermined date or milestone through stock options vesting or bonuses that are only received after the predetermined date.
A Golden Parachute is a large severance package given to executives of a company if the executive is forced to resign or is terminated after a merger or acquisition of the company.