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Financial Model for On-Demand Economy 

To understand a business or invest in a business, we have numerous sources (paid and free) to obtain a financial model (banks, telecom, oil & gas, real estate etc.) which represent the financial picture of that business.

But when it comes to new economy ventures, on-demand in particular, that is not the case.

We are planning to create financial models for new economy business – SaaS, eCommerce, Online Marketplace (AirBnb), Lead generation (Alibaba), Video Streaming (Netflix), Mobile Games (Angry Birds), etc.

And not just a dozen integrated customizable templates but video walkthroughs as well explaining the business and the working of the financial model.

This product will be for entrepreneurs, pre-revenue startups, fledgling analysts, and learners interested in the working of such companies that make the USD 300 bn on-demand economy.

How can we further improve this product?

 
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