WeWork Looks Weak as Potential IPO

WeWork (also known as ‘The We Company’), the co-working giant, recently announced that it had filed confidentially with the SEC to go public. The significant financial risk embedded in WeWork’s business model could increase to a massive problem if the commercial real estate market drops, after nine years of rising prices.

Startup Founders: Feedback Is Important. Use It Wisely

One of the many perks of living in a startup nation is that everyone here has a startup. Usually, when someone hears what I do, a common response is “I have an idea for a startup that you just have to hear” or “my brother is the founder of this startup, and you must meet with him.”

No Two Due Diligence Processes Are Alike

There are no cookie cutter due diligence processes. Every company is in a different stage, with different historical and forecast financials. Every client has different requirements and expectations. That’s why flexibility is one of the most important attributes you should search for in a due diligence provider.

Startups Financial Modeling: Simplicity is King

As a tech financial consultant, I talk to many startup founders and tech investors every week, and every time I’m amazed all over again to see the differences in the line of thinking and understanding in private market investing between founders and investors.