In case you missed it, our CEO, Mike, wrote about Natural Rate of Growth in his weekly newsletter last week. In short, OpenView Labs recently featured a new SaaS metric…
Founders Forward: Our 10 Most Popular Posts of 2019
Over the course of 2019 we sent 52 Founders Forward Weekly Newsletters, curated 450+ articles, and wrote 60+ posts ourselves. This article shares the 10 most popular posts we wrote in 2019. Be on the…
Over the course of 2019 we sent 52 Founders Forward Weekly Newsletters, curated 450+ articles, and wrote 60+ posts ourselves. This article shares the 10 most popular posts we wrote in 2019. Be on the lookout as we share our top curated posts in the coming weeks as well.
How are your business decisions and go-to-market efforts affecting your customer retention? Use our Customer Retention Cohort Analysis Template to find out.
In a guest post for the Founders Forward Blog, Brock Benefiel studies how founders should approach paying themselves as well as their earliest hires.
Even the most experienced leaders struggle with the issue of fairly dividing equity. To help alleviate the stress, we laid out a few thoughts for determining how you want to split your equity with co-founders and early employees.
There is no shortage of pitch deck examples online, but no matter what template you use, pay special attention to these 4 slides.
A total addressable market model has an interesting place in the fundraising process. Difficult to predict, and often inaccurate, most investors use TAM to paint a picture if the company is worthy of being venture backed. This week, we share what you can learn from Uber’s initial market size estimates.
To better your odds of raising venture capital you need to understand how they think and why they make the decisions that they make. We share underlying VC motives that will better your chances of raising venture capital.
Meeting a potential investor for the first time can be an intimidating meeting. To help ease the process and get to the bottom of understanding their process, we share 5 questions to help evaluate if they are a good fit for you business.
Take a look at the traits that most potential investors will have their eye on during the fundraising process.
Discussing pro rata can be a difficult conversation for both investors and founders. The simplest way to keep all parties happy? Form a relationship and have the difficult conversations before you’re put in a tough spot under the wire.
Mike, our CEO, shares an in-depth guide and downloadable template to convert and consolidate financials across many currencies.