When Should My Startup Raise Series A Funding?
Your startup should raise Series A funding once you’re beyond the MVP stage, have a proven product-market fit, and are ready to accelerate growth.
What to Look for When Hiring a Fractional CFO for Your Startup
Hiring a fractional CFO for your startup? Here are five areas to examine closely, with key considerations and questions to ask.
What’s a Good LTV:CAC Ratio for a SaaS Startup?
Maintaining a healthy LTV:CAC ratio around 3:1 helps your SaaS startup achieve the right balance of growth and profitability.
2021 Favorites from Burkland’s Blog for Startups & Investors
6 articles selected from our most read, most shared, and most relevant blog content during the past year.
Inside Highlights from Burkland’s #CFO Slack Channel
Highlights from a few of 2021’s most relevant and thought-provoking knowledgeshare discussions.
Cybersecurity: Why it is Important & How it Can Give Startups a Competitive Edge
From creating a competitive revenue advantage to maintaining compliance, strong cybersecurity is now critical for growing startups.
The 3 Ps of Revenue Quality for SaaS Startups
Predictability, profitability, and plurality are crucial indicators of revenue quality for an early-stage SaaS business.
Pitch Deck Math: Telling Your Startup’s Story with Metrics
Marrying great metrics with great storytelling is the key to a winning pitch deck that seals the deal for your investors.
Monthly SaaS Contracts vs. Annual
Monthly SaaS contracts should incorporate a premium greater than 22% to achieve the same economics as an annual SaaS contract.
SaaS Metrics Simplified, Part Two: Optimize & Scale
These key metrics help SaaS startups identify and develop a scalable model during their Optimization and Expansion phases.