Loading...

Kirsty Nathoo - Managing Startup Finances

  • 🎬 Video
  • ℹ️ Description
YC Partner and CFO Kirsty Nathoo shares the most common mistakes startups make with their finances and how they can prevent them.



Download — Kirsty Nathoo - Managing Startup Finances

Download video
💬 Comments on the video
Author

Kirsty Nathoo 🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽 One of my YC's favorites. One half-hour class with her and your learnings will 10X, believe me. PURE GOLD

Author — Carlos Marchena

Author

There are so many golden nuggets in this short talk, excellent!

Author — James Lee

Author

For my startup, I spent $3 million so far and kept it lean, with just 3 people. Don’t hire unless you actually need to and there is ROI, very relevant

Author — khouse

Author

Thank you, helps to have this in the front of my mind.

Author — Jason Layton

Author

I didn't think I needed to watch this (too early). But I did. Great advice to be efficient and get PMF before scaling

Author — Habib Khan

Author

Thank you very much! Awesome advice for early startups!

Author — Nallaperumal Thanthondri

Author

Tqvm for the content..the audio is superb..good job

Author — Imraan a rahim

Author

From the owner of a fast growing startup, this is exactly what I needed. Thank you greatly.

Author — Alex

Author

Can i say that this is very easy content to digest..indeed!

Author — Momo Al-Khulaifi

Author

Had the lovely opportunity to sit in this lecture...truly, the benefit of asking questions back make sessions like this immeasurably valuable. Thank you for setting time aside to do this for the startup community! Sincerely, clint from Protogro

Author — Clint LeClair

Author

Why is the cost of user acquisition higher later on, when you have brand recognition, a better and more known product (social proof), favorable reviews, etc?

Author — Alex Supremo

Author

Guys it says there the higher for this the better but what is a good enough revenue:employee ratio?

Author — Waldo Alcantara

Author

the numbers fluctuate a lot so too much moving targets

Author — Breezy Breezy

Author

Looking at finance too much is not healthy- focus on productive things

Author — Times of BE