Cash is King: How founders should decide their cash runway
Triple Point’s Venture Investor, Seb Wallace, discusses one of the most important issues that early-stage founders face – their cash runway.
It’s the figure all early stage founders know.
Current cash in the bank, divided by monthly cash burn, equals cash runway – or how long your company can survive before it needs further funding.
And while many start-ups survive a bit longer than their cash runway suggests – usually with aggressive cost control – a business fails without the cash to pay costs, even if it has the best product in the world.
So if you’re fundraising for your early stage business, how much should you raise, and what does that target number say about you and your business?
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