Early Stage Funding · Financial Modeling

Advice on building a financial model for a startup with a proof of concept

Radu Daniel cv30 - changing the way professionals find work. Searching - full stack dev, UX growth mk.

October 20th, 2018


We have a proof of concept for our product with users and revenue generated.

cv30.co is a career social network for millennials which provides a reengineered user centric experience, where companies engage with millennials and develop relationships, rather than just promote jobs.

Millennials discover companies, and teams based on authentic employee generated content which reveals the culture & values, work environment, management style.

by comparison to "normal" transaction models of most career websites, candidates engage through a feed of career relevant information personalised and augmented by features which they like and are accustomed to

  • follow
  • endorse
  • comment
  • Q&A
  • rankings
  • photo & video 1st

We are now in the process of creating a fully fledged product to scale and need investment.

We do not have enough data and must create a financial model based on assumptions, and it proves an interesting challenge. I am hoping to find advice as to what industry specific resources are out there free or paid.

Thank you

Andrew Chalk Co-Founder of a startup. CEO of a startup. CTO of a Hedge Fund. Quantitative Researcher. Superb COO.

November 4th, 2018

Not your forte? Get an expert who is. The dialog will be elucidating in its own right. You are in Bucharest? Check the best accelerators around town for recommendations on people.

Clay Nichols Helping other startups grow after launching 2 successful startups.

November 6th, 2018

How can you create a financial model with no data?

How will a financial model move your startup forward?

If you could wave a magic wand and answer ONE question about your market, what would you ask?