Startups tend to operate on shaky ground. Look at the facts: 82% of small businesses fail due to poor cash flow. 90% of startups will fail - period.
From the moment a CEO starts pouring time and money into an idea, a rock-solid financial foundation is key to increasing the odds of success. If company owners don’t have a realistic view of their financials and are not set up for capital raising, reports, and tax prep, their dream may fade away before they ever get a chance to open their doors.
As an accountant or bookkeeper, you can help prevent startups from going under or losing profitability. The key is understanding a startup's challenges and providing solutions to facilitate company growth.
You may hear some accounting professionals talk about horror stories related to startups. Maybe startups couldn’t pay them or could only pay in equity once the company was up and running.
The truth is... startups need you. Desperately. If you know the processes and tools to help...
This will show bookkeepers, accountants, and business owners the MINIMUM value a CFO must deliver.