Minimum Information an Investor Should Receive

Minimum Information an Investor Should Receive

May 24, 2022 by investor

Minimum Information an Investor Should Receive

After closing an investment round, the startup should set up a monthly report to the investors.

Here’s a list of information to send an investor:

Customer wins — list out key sales successes. Celebrate every win.

Key metrics — show the core 1-3 metrics that drive your business.

Cash on hand — show the cash balance and runway based on current burn.

Employee status — show changes and open positions you are trying to fill.

Challenges — include a short list of challenges you currently face and what help you need.

Set up a template so you maintain the format and make the report easy to build each time.

Set expectations with the investors about the frequency — monthly, quarterly, or other.

Include a set of financials showing the detailed picture so investors can find answers to detailed questions about the numbers. 

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