Extend Your Runway
We have some ideas about how to extend your runway and we’d like to give ’em to you for free.
Most of you are familiar with the term ‘runway’ which refers to the amount of time until your startup goes out of business, assuming your current income and expenses stay constant. For a pre-revenue startup, this is a simple calculation: cash on hand divided by your monthly burn rate. For example if you’ve got $100,000 in the bank and you spend $10,000 per month, it would be 10 months before your startup runs out of money, or skids off the runway into the trees.
So, what is your runway?
The good news is, there are several ways to extend your startup’s runway. Brand Delta-V can help you bring in new capital from investors, customers, and partners.
A comprehensive marketing assessment from Brand Delta-V is the first step in creating the change in velocity your brand needs. Whether you’re preparing for a funding round, product launch, or expansion, understanding your market and your position in it will set your company up for success. Your free marketing assessment includes:
Market Positioning – An overview of the market in which you operate, including how you compare to your top competitors.
Differentiation – Identification of your company’s top competitive advantages and suggestions for how to capitalize on them.
Recommendations – Based on your unique situation, Brand Delta-V will recommend high-impact marketing and communications initiatives that will help you meet, and exceed, your fundraising and sales goals.
Brand Delta-V are the runway extension specialists. We focus on helping NewSpace startups, like yours, level up. Let us show you how.
For a FREE consultation and to learn how Brand Delta-V can help extend your runway, click here.
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