Investors often say they don’t just invest in products, but in the right teams to solve a particular problem. With Steady, Adam Roseman built the platform based on his own personal experience. His father hadn’t saved enough for retirement and needed to work part-time. Steady, a platform that helps people find flexible jobs quickly, get financial advice and save money through deals on things like healthcare plans and tax help.
Today, Steady has more than 2 million registered users.
So it’s no surprise that Emmalyn Shaw, co-manager of the $500 million Flourish Ventures fund, was eager to invest. She led the company’s Series A back in 2018.
We’re thrilled to have Roseman and Shaw join us on an episode of Extra Crunch Live on Wednesday at 3pm ET/noon PT.
We’ll interview Shaw and Roseman about what made them want to work with one another, advice on how to make the most out of pitch meetings, and what it takes to secure capital and be successful in the fintech space.
This episode of Extra Crunch Live will also feature the Pitch Deck Teardown. Decks sent in by audience members will be featured on the show, and Shaw and Roseman will give their live feedback on those decks about what works and what doesn’t.
Audience members are welcome to ask questions.
Extra Crunch members have always had free access to Extra Crunch Live (and always will), both live and on demand. But, we’ll also be selling tickets à la carte to the show. That’s right! Anyone can come hang out, ask their own questions to Shaw and Roseman, and learn a thing or two from the seasoned experts.
You can hit up this link to either register (if you’re logged into Extra Crunch, the ticket is free) or purchase a ticket.
See you there!