Financial Model for on-demand economies

To understand a business or invest in a business, we have numerous sources (paid and free) to obtain a financial model (banks, telecom, oil & gas, real estate etc.) which represent the financial picture of that business.

But when it comes to new economy ventures, on-demand in particular, that is not the case.

I am planning to create financial models for new economy business – SaaS, eCommerce, Online Marketplace (AirBnb), Lead generation (Alibaba), Video Streaming (Netflix), Mobile Games (Angry Birds), etc.

And not just a dozen integrated customizable templates but video walkthroughs as well explaining the business and the working of the financial model.

This program will be for entrepreneurs, pre-revenue startups, fledgling analysts, and learners interested in the working of such companies that make the USD 300 bn on-demand economy.

How can I further improve this program?

customers, are attracting significant consumer attention and spending, according to new data from the National Technology Readiness Survey* (NTRS), which has tracked technology behaviors and beliefs in the U.S. since 1999. The most recent study, conducted in October 2015, surveyed 933 U.S. adults sampled at random from a consumer research panel.

To estimate on-demand spending, respondents were queried about whether they purchased on-demand products and services in a monthly period, the categories of the purchases, and the amount spent. Results were projected to the U.S. adult population (18 years and older) with internet access in the home, based on data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey.