Growth in Revenue Since the Previous Raise

Date created: Jul 7, 2021  •   Last updated: Feb 4, 2022

What is Growth in Revenue Since the Previous Raise?

Growth in Revenue Since the Previous Raise measures how much a company’s revenue has grown since the previous round of capital funding.

Growth in Revenue Since the Previous Raise Formula

ƒ Sum(Revenue Since Previous Raise) / Sum(Revenue Before Previous Raise) - 1

How to calculate Growth in Revenue Since the Previous Raise

If your company earned $100,000 ARR in the days before your first round of funding, and increased to $200,000 ARR after the raise, then your growth in revenue since the raise is 100%.

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How to visualize Growth in Revenue Since the Previous Raise?

It is best to visualize growth metrics with line charts. Use a line chart to track your growth in revenue since the previous raise - perhaps adding notes indicating the details of the raise. This will let you quickly and easily see how raised capital has had an impact on your revenue. Take a look at the example:

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Growth in Revenue Since the Previous Raise

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Here's an example of how to visualize your Growth in Revenue Since the Previous Raise data in a line chart over time.
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Growth in Revenue Since the Previous Raise

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Here's an example of how to visualize your Growth in Revenue Since the Previous Raise data in a line chart over time.

More about Growth in Revenue Since the Previous Raise

By measuring how much your revenue has increased since your previous raise, you can determine several things: how efficiently you have burned your raised capital, how efficiently you budget your capital, and how you have benefited from increased visibility and opportunities earned through increased capital. Keep these numbers on hand when approaching investors for your next round of funding, along with other growth and efficiency metrics such as Growth in Valuation Since the Previous Raise and Burn Multiple.