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Rob and Jeff Say:
"You will end up spending a little differently than you thought, that’s ok."
How does Soldo solve for this?

Financial forecasts are a great start for shaping the future of a business, but forecasts are a guide, not a rule. To really understand how your business spends, you must see how it spends day to day.

With Soldo, businesses can see how each team or individual is spending and adjust spending limits on each account via the mobile app or web console. This means detailed and up to date view of how the business is spending so that informed decisions can be made.

Businesses can do internal financial audits quickly and with minimal fuss.

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In this playbook, find out everything from the best tools for managing spend, depending on your businesses' size to the mistake's founders have made that you can avoid. Spend smarter with Soldo’s specially researched playbook.

Interview with Rob O’Donovan & Jeff Lynn

Pizza Lovers, Rob O’Donovan (Charlie HR) and Jeff Lynn (Seedrs) dive, unfiltered, into the fundraising experience. 

Over some cold pizza, they give their opinion on what pitch decks should look like and how they should serve rather than slow down your raising experience. They also get very candid about how hard it was to balance fundraising with running and growing their companies.

Rob & Jeff's advice
  1. Think of your pitch deck as a tease, show just enough to draw people in.
  2. You will end up spending a little differently than you thought, that’s ok.
  3. Invest in people because balancing fundraising and running a business is no joke.
  4. When building product, always think product market fit.

About Soldo

Soldo is the smarter way to take control of your company’s spending and expenses. Our vision was born out of a desire to help businesses manage their spending, save time, have greater visibility and control their expenses.

We’re on a mission to help founders learn from each other when it comes to raising and spending their hard-earned dough because sharing knowledge with each other is the fastest way to go.