Curiosity is one of the most important characteristics that distinguish great analysts. And, unlike sql, python or any other technical skill, we’re quick to dismiss curiosity as something that can’t be
CEO and Co-Founder of Equals. Previously built and led Finance and Analytics at Intercom, from <$1M ARR to $150M+ (20 employees to 600+).
Two posts in the analytics community have been bouncing around in my head for the past few weeks. They hit on something important. First was Benn Stancil’s “Analytics is at a crossroads”
We’re all familiar with the concept of product-market fit. It’s the goal of any startup: that elusive moment in which the product clicks perfectly with the market and things take off.
Annual recurring revenue (ARR) is the most basic and critical metric for any SaaS business. It’s the foundation upon which every analysis is built. Yet, talk to early stage SaaS companies and
“What the f***!? Three words you probably never want to hear from your CEO and Head of Growth at once. Except in this case, the chart was the one below and it showed