Company Health Check: Is Your Business Financially Fit?

Metrics for Company Health | Red Granite - The Entrepreneur's CFO

How do you know your company is financially fit? We all talk it to death: profit, profit, profit. And for good reason—your profitability, and therefore your profit margin, is the single best measure of company health. However, it’s a mistake to think that’s all there is to it…

The 28 Accounting Terms Every Entrepreneur Should Know

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The 28 Accounting Terms Every Entrepreneur Should Know - Red Granite | The Entrepreneur's CFO

Pop quiz! Do you know these accounting terms? If you’re an entrepreneur you probably should. It happens more often than you might think. High-growth business owners that think they are “in the know” when it comes to finance and accounting jargon. But, in reality…

Four Signs It’s Time to Outsource Your Accounting

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Outsource Your Accounting | Cloud Accounting Services in Chicago

We offer cloud accounting services for high growth businesses in Chicago. Take a step back, look at your business and determine whether cloud accounting is right for you. How do you know it’s time to outsource your accounting and hire a virtual CFO? Learn the 4 things you can look for.

KPI’s for Growth

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Do you know which metrics are essential to your business and the stage of growth you are in? These are a few of the most essential industry-specific KPIs to fuel your growth.

Are You “Growing Yourself Broke” by Forgetting This Important Metric?

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Are you growing yourself broke?

We figured we’re due to go back to analyzing some good old fashioned financial metrics for fast growing companies. This is a topic that is integral to our services and one our founder, Chris Arndt, is especially fond of. Check out our previous post for a full slideshow of Chris’s workshop on these three metrics, and why many scaling […]

Customer Acquisition Cost and Lifetime Value: Slideshow

Customer Acquisition Cost and Lifetime Value

Customer Acquisition Cost (CAC), Lifetime Value (LTV) and Payback Period (PBP). You might have heard mentors, investors and others throw around these terms, but do you know how to calculate them or why they’re so important? Better yet, do you know what makes up a good CAC or PBP?

Customer Acquisition Cost and Lifetime Value

Our founder Chris, can certainly share with you not only how, but why you need  to know these metrics. Below, he will walk you through his workshop focusing on Customer Acquisition Cost and Lifetime Value. It focuses on the practicalities of how to calculate these KPI’s and the most forgotten metrics he sees entrepreneurs ignore. Don’t be one of them, get to know your metrics and know them well!