A financial model is a tool that helps you project how your organization might grow in the future. It uses your current data to create a picture of what might happen, and how you can maximize your future success.
While a financial model focuses on the future, a financial report focuses on the past and present. A report will help you figure out where you are at financially, and track changes over time. Some clients need both services in order to fully understand the current state of their finances and make strategic decisions.
We encourage it! Many of our services are more powerful when used in conjunction with others. Each type of service will be billed separately, unless you have negotiated a flat fee with us.
While creating powerful financial tools is important, it's also important to make sure that our clients can adequately use that information to advocate for their organization. Most graphic designers don't understand finance like we do, and won't be able to accurately represent your data visually. That's why we started offering impactful graphic design focused on communicating financial information to investors, board members, and other stakeholders.
In the past we have occasionally been able to work out payment plans or lower rates with start ups that have exceptional potential. If you believe you fall into this category, talk to us and we will see if there is something we can do.
We have been assisting clients with their finances for over ten years, and our track record is excellent. We have helped multiple clients bring in millions of dollars worth of investments since our inception.
We are here to help. We will never upsell you, and will tell you to the best of our knowledge what services we think might benefit you the most.
Yes, we have worked with several and have fluent Russian and Spanish speakers on staff. However, most of our clients are based in the United States.
We respect your privacy and will never share information about your organization without your permission. Our carefully thought out contracts address issues of privacy and ownership before a project ever gets off the ground, so make sure you let us know what your concerns are as we go through the initial negotiation process.
Yes, we have a lot of experience with public libraries in particular. Our staff have worked on research projects involving community surveys and analytics as well as presentations, stakeholder summaries, and tracking program statistics. Two of our staff have their MLIS, so you can feel confident that we understand your unique concerns.