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Financials: Forecasting&Reporting by Alberto Onetti MTB Gym
Transcript of Financials: Forecasting&Reporting by Alberto Onetti MTB Gym
Thank you for your attention!
And one more thing...
Avoid TMI – limit to a few numbers, the most important indicators
Numbers have to look good
Numbers have to be consistent with your Story
Be realistic - particularly in the short term (you will be accountable for)
P&L (aka Income Statement or Statement of Operations)
Cash Flow Statement
Forecasting vs Reporting
Always show the light at the end of the tunnel
You need to bridge to a completed milestone or to cash-flow-positive
Avoid to "Bridge to Nowhere"
Think positive, but get prepared for the worst
Have in your back pocket a cash exhaust analysis
Show different scenarios
Actual vs Plan comparison
Existing Investors (Board of Directors)
Who's the Audience?
Docs and Indicators
Never provide excel files (no formulas)
Quarterly figures, possible monthly
Don’t provide information you are not requested to (be ready to answer, but do not solicit questions)
The point of financial projections is to tell a Story with numbers
-- a story about opportunity, resource requirements, market forces, growth, milestone achievements, and profits."
Guy Kawasaki, Art of the Start
Are your Financials
telling a compelling Story?
Recurring Revenue (annual -ARR , montly -MRR)
Contract Value (annual -ACV, total -TCV, life - LTV)
Customer Acquisition Cost (CAC)
blended (including users acquired organically)
paid (acquired through paid marketing)
Growth (Month-on-month-MoM, year-over-year YOY)
CMGR (Compounded Monthly Growth Rate) (i.e. (Latest Month/ First Month)^(1/# of Months) -1)
Users (Active, Paid, Downloads, ...)