The Number Cruncher! Harish uses his sharp instincts and cool attitude to create simple financial business models out of complex growth realities at our portfolio companies.
Harish brings with him over a decade of rich experience in cross border M&A’s, setting up financial operations for startups and financial diligences across companies in India, USA, South East Asia, Australia and UK. He began his career at Yahoo! India, later moving on to Reliance Communications, PubMatic and Komli Media.
At the intersection of strategy and finance, he provides portfolio companies direction on revenue cycles and solutions for times of high risk. He creates financial reporting systems while driving business processes to improve efficiency and meet goals.
Everyone has learnt something new, knowingly or unknowingly, a new skill, a new physical exercise, a new way to calm the mind or a new way to look at things. Write down the worst outcome for you and your family from this crisis”. Then, observe your actual day-to-day progress. If you’re not getting any closer to the worst outcome, you’re doing great, and you’ll come out unscathed.
COVID-19 has changed the rules of the game for many industries. One that was hit quite hard and had to adapt to the new normal was the ed-tech industry - Adapt or perish. The ones that adapted, had to do so whilst ensuring quality education to children, especially pre-school children as well as give a sense of comfort to parents who have had to juggle working from home and keeping their child engaged. Here's how Flinto's hybrid approach worked
Public markets are currently hammering all stocks due to the interest rate reset taking place... the good ones will emerge stronger and need not worry given their fundamentals. However, the public market investors need to learn how to value loss-making businesses as well.
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