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This Week’s Top Seed Companies to Watch — NuxtJS, CrosscHQ, Milkrun, LucidLane, BasicBlock

We see about 5,000 startups each week, and I want to give you a glimpse into how we at e.ventures think about trending tech companies and tracking new investment opportunities.

This Week’s Top Seed Companies to Watch — Banked, GraphCMS, Daily, ReturnLogic, Zynbit

We see about 5,000 startups each week, and I want to give you a glimpse into how we at e.ventures think about trending tech companies and tracking new investment opportunities.

This Week’s Top Seed Companies to Watch — Checkly, Finom, Wise, LittleData

A weekly newsletter highlighting the top seed companies that have announced or raised a seed round within the past week.

This Week’s Top Seed Companies to Watch — Hugo, QuillBot, Remote, Hone, Lizee

A weekly newsletter highlighting the top seed companies that have announced or raised a seed round within the past week.

The LTV Estimate Gamble

Why traditional LTV estimation methods are poor predictors of the future

This Week’s Top Seed Companies to Watch — Advekit, ClassTag, Scope, Vendr, TradeHounds

We see about 5,000 startups each week, and I want to give you a glimpse into how we at e.ventures think about trending tech companies and tracking new investment opportunities.

SaaS ‘Burn Productivity’… Better Than Magic Number and Rule of 40?

In an increasingly product-led world, traditional SaaS ratios/metrics are becoming outdated.

1. SaaS Financial Benchmarking… One Size Doesn’t Fit All, and Focusing on Gross Profit

As part of this blog series’ discussion on the importance of focusing on Burn Productivity, a recap on incumbent analyses of financial ratios and metrics follows.

2. What SaaS Financial Ratios Should You Go Public With?… And Why No One Size Fits All

The previous post (link) in this analysis benchmarked median and top quartile financial ratios, and touted the importance of considering Gross Profit in these calculations.

3. Magic Number and Rule of 40… Helpful, For Now

Financial ratios (link) are partially helpful in allowing entrepreneurs and executives to benchmark SaaS companies by which to shape their own company’s growth.

4. ‘Burn Productivity’… A Consistently Better Signaler of SaaS Valuation

The prior analysis showed that while valuation is nicely correlated to Magic Number and Rule of 40 as of 1Q 2020, the correlation hasn’t necessarily held up over time and as companies scale.