Weathering the Storm: How to Navigate Through a Down Market
Navigating the down market as a SaaS company means striking the perfect balance between growth and efficiency. But that’s easier said than done. Learn how finance can maximize its role as strategic partner and captain a company through rough market waters.
Operating a high-growth SaaS company is never easy. But add in the pressure of navigating through a down market that’s being compared to the Dot-Com Crash or the Great Recession and it can seem almost impossible. More than ever, SaaS companies need strategic finance leaders to help them weather the storm.
Watch this on-demand session to learn what finance’s role could and should look like when market conditions are tough. Get expert insight from XYZ Ventures and operators from high-growth SaaS companies about how to master the balance between growth and efficiency.
What You’ll Learn
- How the current state of the market is impacting venture funding
- What investors expect to see from SaaS leaders during difficult times
- The metrics that matter most when navigating a down market
- Keys to effective and agile scenario planning as you weather the storm
Ross has made a career as a successful early stage technology investor and is passionate about connecting people to build insightful products. He is an avid triathlete, marathon runner, and previous Ironman competitor. Ross likes to go faster in all things - from races to building companies.
Jervis has deep experience in finance and has worked with tech companies of all sizes. Before joining Legion, he served as CFO of Metawave Corporation, where he led finance and human resources. Previously, he also founded a consulting practice where he provided CFO consulting services to Seed Series and Series A startups.
Bijan has nearly a decade of experience building and leading finance functions at companies like Qualcomm and Palantir. Bijan knew CFOs deserved access to better tools, so he co-founded Mosaic to build the next generation of finance software for CFOs and their teams.