The most challenging aspect of fundraising is telling a story around the numbers.
Most founders excel at communicating their passion and communicating the need their product is solving for, but it’s communicating the financials and the business dynamics—the FP&A—that often trip them up.
Wouldn't it be nice if there was a software platform that could help you out with this?
David Greenbaum thought the same thing while shepherding his previous startup, Boost Media, through fundraising rounds.
There wasn’t a platform at the time centered around financial models, so he built one—OnPlan—where he serves as CEO.
-Combining the strengths of spreadsheets with engineering best practices
-3 reasons to develop financial models
-Why agility is the one true competitive advantage for startups
-The value of thinking backwards and generating scenarios
This discussion with David Greenbaum was taken from our show Startup Success. Contact David at firstname.lastname@example.org or on LinkedIn at linkedin.com/in/davidgreenbaum and visit onplan.co.
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