Today I'm joined by Brandon Metcalf, CEO & Founder of Place Technology, one of the top 21 companies to watch in 2021. Brandon previously was the COO of Talent Rover before he sold the business.We speak about the importance of knowing and understanding your financials as a founder: P&L, cash flow and exit valuation model.Key Learnings:Build your exit valuation model now to avoid irrelevant revenue and effortCredibility with investors comes from execution and understanding your numbersUse data to avoid the "squirrel approach"
699 – Listening to Your Customers and Your Team with Place Technology’s Brandon Metcalf
The Thoughtful Entrepreneur
Financial forecasting.Today we're joined by Brandon Metcalf, the CEO and Founder of Place Technology.Place Technology is a corporate finance platform designed to transform business and finance planning. Brandon has founded a few other companies like Blueprint Advisory and Talent Rover, which scaled to the 9th fastest-growing software company in America in 2017. Brandon's diverse background also includes leadership roles in software, staffing, recruiting, and financial services.Learn more about Place Technology and Brandon Metcalf on this episode of The Thoughtful Entrepreneur.More from UpMyInfluence✅ We are actively booking guests for our DAILY Entrepreneur Success Podcast. Schedule HERE.✅ Are you a 6-figure consultant? Let us fill your sales schedule and move you to 7-figures. Learn more here.✅ Check out our free Authority Transformation Masterclass.TRANSCRIPT0:00Welcome to The Thoughtful Entrepreneur Show. I'm Josh Elledge, Founder and CEO of UpMyInfluence.com. We turn entrepreneurs into media celebrities, grow their authority, and help them build partnerships with top influencers. We believe that every person has a unique message that can positively impact the world. Stick around to the end of the show; we'll reveal how you can be our next guest on one of the fastest-growing daily inspiration podcasts on the planet in 15 to 20 minutes. Let's go.Thanks for listening to The Thoughtful Entrepreneur show. If you are a thoughtful business owner or professional who would like to be on this daily program, please visit UpMyInfluence.com slash guest. Now if you got something out of this interview would you share this episode on social media? Just do a quick screenshot with your phone and text it to a friend or post it on the socials. If you do that, tag us with the hashtag UpMyInfluence. Each month, we scour Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and Instagram. We pick one winner from each platform, and you get crowned king or queen of that social media. What do you win? We're going to promote you and your business to over 120,000 social media fans totally free. Now, can you also hook us up now in your podcast player right now? Please give us a thumbs up or a rating and review. We promise to read it all and take action. We believe that every person has a message that can positively impact the world. Your feedback helps us fulfill that mission. And while you're at it, hit that subscribe button. You know why? Tomorrow, that's right, seven days a week, you are going to be inspired and motivated to succeed 15 minutes a day. My name is Josh Elledge. Let's connect on the socials. You'll find all the stuff we're doing UpMyInfluence.com. Thanks for listening and thank you for being a part of The Thoughtful Entrepreneur movement.
Place Technology: Solving the Challenges of Financial Forecasting with Brandon Metcalf
Angelneers: Insights From Startup Builders
Our guest today is Brandon Metcalf, a co-founder and CEO of Place Technology, a developer of financial forecasting and business planning software used to serve SaaS and professional services. In this episode, we sat down with Brandon to talk about helping SMBs solve the challenges that come with financial forecasting.
The Forecasting Tool for Your Business w/Brandon Metcalf; Founder of Place Technology
Business Talk Library
If you are going to make smart decisions in your business you need tools that will help you truly understand the financial impact of your options. With this being true we sat down with Brandon Metcalf the CEO of Place Technology the only Financial Forecasting solution built in the Salesforce platform, to help small and medium-sized businesses understand how they can tackle this huge issue.--- If this is your first time tuning in, we encourage you to subscribe to the show so you can hear all the other insightful episodes (we share three interviews a week) --- If you like what you’ve been hearing on this podcast, we invite you to go to wherever you’re listening to this episode and leave us a comment or review. Tell me what you love about this episode! --- You can find all of the information about this episode and the show at www.businesstalklibrary.com/interviews --- “If you want to learn more about finance and accounting as it related to business, check out our courses at the Business Talk Library university: https://btl.thinkific.com/ FREE COURSE: Understand the Income Statement in Less Than 15 Minutes: Use Code: "BTL2020" https://btl.thinkific.com/courses/incomestatement
Brandon Metcalf, CEO & Founder of Place Technology
How We Got There
Brandon Metcalf, CEO & Founder of Place Technology (placetechnology.com), talks about building multiple apps in the Salesforce ecosystem and when to think about TAM (Total Addressable Market) and SAM (Serviceable Addressable Market) for your organization. This episode is brought to you by Codescience. CodeScience is a founding member of the Salesforce Product Development Outsourcer program. The only Master PDO, CodeScience helps businesses thrive on the AppExchange by guiding them through the full solution lifecycle, from building to commercialization and deployment. CodeScience has helped build 10% of the apps on the AppExchange, including solutions for nCino, IQVIA, Salesforce, MailChimp, and more. Visit www.codescience.com to learn how CodeScience can help your business win in the Salesforce ecosystem.
Brandon Metcalf: Worth Dying For— A New Model For Dating and Relationships
2019 LCMS Youth Gathering Sessions
We focus so much on dating and relationships in today’s world and yet it is such an area of struggle and heartache for so many. Perhaps we need a new model for relationships- dating from your value rather than for your value. Come learn how being “worth dying for” changes your current/future relationships and your whole life!Bio: Brandon lives in St. Louis, MO, with his wonderful wife Dana and their two-year-old son Benjamin. In high school he was convinced he was not going to be a church worker, but he is so thankful that God had different plans. He was blessed to serve as a Director of Christian Education from 2013-18 and is currently at Concordia Seminary studying to become a pastor.
Talent Communities, Recruitment CRM And Recruiter Control: Brandon Metcalf, Talent Rover and Barclay JonesAs part of our Recruitment Leaders series, Founder and COO of Talent Rover, Brandon Metcalf spent a little time with me having a chat about his passion for smart recruitment process in an industry dominated by tech and data.He recently penned a great blog:The Dawn of Communities: Why Social Hubs are the New Competitive EdgeSo we had a quick call to chat about:• Creating talent communities could mean recruiters giving up control• Do recruitment websites actually have a function, or are they just all recruiter features?• Recruiters are control freaks• Why recruiters should setup AND foster clients/candidate collaboration• Does the recruitment process actually allow for talent communities? Nor it is too transactional?• How can we engaged with engaged talent?It’s really refreshing to talk to tech leaders in the recruiting space. They don’t just sell Recruitment CRM. They live and breathe great process and innovation (in an industry that is crying out for it!)Listen to Brandon’s interview here.So far we have interviewed the following recruiting / marketing / tech leaders:Tracey Barrett, BlueSky PR: Recruitment Marketing and PR in 2015Stephen Barnhurst, Broadbean: Jobs and Marketing for RecruitersStephen O’Donnell, PC Evaluate: Psychometrics and Recruitment ProcessAlan Hiddleston, Firefish: Recruitment CRM, Recruitment MarketingNick Ellis, Hirabl: Back door placements and how to catch themListen to or SoundCloud account (while running, driving, cooking, working. multi-tasking)“Have the leaders in the recruitment tech and marketing space in your ears” Coming soon:James Nathan, The James Nathan Experience: Recruiter Sales StrategiesWendy McDougall, Firefish: talks predictive analyticsAlex Moyle, Selzig Consulting Talks Recruiter Sales and ProcessAnthony Sutton, Cream HR: talks recruitment and HR for recruiters