In this episode of the SaaS Revolution Show our host Alex Theuma is joined by Ophelia Brown, Founder and Partner at Blossom Capital, to talk to us about raising in a market downturn.
The first step is for founders to truly admit to themselves where they stand in those buckets, and how far or how quickly they can, if they’re not on the great side, can get to that point. In any investor conversation you want to be realistic in terms of your goals but also honest in terms of what you’ve achieved.
- Her investment thesis & what Blossom Capital looks for
- Her investment strategy in the current climate
- If SaaS is better placed during downturns and recessions
- Capital efficiency – what should people be doing?
- Investing in Pigment
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