Building A startup's Financial Model 

From assumptions to projections, learn how to create a 3 statement financial model from scratch for your startup.

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  • The process remains fairly the same for service industry. The basic process is to break down the revenue calculation as much as possible to have the assumption of a reasonable sale. It has to be deduced using some logic. For instance, If you have an app business, you may want to assume your revenue, based on the increase in subscriber count or any other element of revenue you find is relevant.
  • If it is an intangible asset that you have purchased from the market, then the purchase price that you paid for it becomes the value of the product. For example, if you purchased software for 10 Lakhs, then you can show that software as your intangible asset with a value of 10 Lakhs. You can consult your CA to get deeper clarity on the accounting of Intangible Assets. 
  • Most of the startups would be loss-making in the initial phase. Investors would want to see an increasing trend year-on-year. So even in the example that we have taken, the first year is a loss of 43 Lakhs, followed by a further loss of 62 lakhs, but in the third year, the scenario has changed as they have made a profit of 5 lakhs. Even though 5 lakhs is not a huge profit, compared to the previous 2 years, it is a huge jump in the profit. Investors would like to see such an increasing trend momentum in a company.