Why you Should Rank Your Investors
This week on the Founders Forward blog, Brock Benefiel explains why founders should rank their investors by how they have contributed to the company’s growth.
Does Your Startup Pass “The Summer Camp Test?”
The team at Founder Collective explains why startup leaders should scrub their pitch of any headlines that could be used for a small business loan application.
Dilution Dance for Each Financing Round
David Cummings, Founder of Atlanta Tech Village, discusses how founders can balance the need for raising capital with keeping their stake in the company.
What Does it Take to Raise Capital, in SaaS, in 2019?
In their annual “funding napkin,” Christoph Janz and the Point Nine Capital team share the revenue, team and product/market needed to raise capital in 2019.
The Death of the SaaS LTV/CAC
Michael Gilroy, VC at Canaan Partners, makes the case why LTV/CAC is no longer the best measurement of unit economics as the SaaS landscape continues to change.
The Most Important Metric in SaaS
Sammy Abdullah of Blossom Street Ventures observes the dollar retention rates of publicly traded SaaS companies.
When Did Work-life Balance Become Such a Bad Thing?
DHH, Founder of Basecamp, shares why balance is essential to a healthy, productive, and sustainable lifestyle.
We Gave $473,996 to Teammates and Non-Profits: Here’s Our Profit-Sharing and Charitable Contributions Formula
Hailley Griffis, Public Relations Director at Buffer, explains why Buffer believes in employee profit sharing, plus some formulas for making it work.
Product Managers Should not Build the Roadmap. The Product Team Should.
Ulaize Troyas, Manager at Intercom, explains why product roadmaps should be bottom up, not top down.