Run the Numbers is a weekly podcast about financial metrics and business models, designed for ambitious people operating tech startups. It's a collection of things host CJ Gustafson (CFO at Partstech and writer of Mostly Metrics) has learned and thought about in the trenches as a tech CFO. This show is meant to serve as a playbook of sorts for the stuff CJ wishes he knew earlier in his career, both from experience and from copying people smarter than himself. Topics frequently touch upon Startup SaaS Metrics, Annual Budgeting, Financial Forecasting, Headcount, Equity, Dilution, and Fundraising – and how all of these drive business performance and growth.
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In this episode, CJ Gustafson interviews Alex Clayton of Meritech Capital who leads the firm’s enterprise software, infrastructure, and fintech practices. They discuss the most important metrics used in the software industry, including ARR per employ... more
On the 21st episode of Run The Numbers, CJ sits down with Andy Raskin, a prominent Strategic Narrative consultant to venture-backed CEO and leadership teams. They discuss the importance of strategic narrative in conveying the value of a company and t... more
On the 20th episode of Run The Numbers, CJ sits down with Rohit Divate, Head of Corporate Finance at Gusto. Rohit Divate has seen Gusto 10x in terms of revenue and headcount in his six years at the company. He and CJ discuss headcount planning, count... more
If you’ve ever plugged into CJ’s content on Substack, you know what to expect: high quality coverage of a variety of financial topics in an easy to consume package. Run the Numbers picks up in audio form where the newsletter leaves off, with high quality guests and really engaging conversations. (Who knew that a deep dive into TAM could be such a fun listen?) If you’re a CFO or SaaS pro looking to level up, I’d highly recommend tuning in!
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What would the world do without CJ?! Where would I get my finance content fix? Absolutely love your conversations with the biggest of names. Please keep doing what you’re doing, CJ!
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"Run The Numbers" launched 4 months ago and published 24 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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