Friday June 5, 2020

Manage revenue carefully, says Braintree’s Lunn

When Braintree raised their first round of funding they gave some of that money back to start-ups

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

8th November, 2015
John Lunn, senior director of start-up relations at Braintree. Pic: Maura Hickey

Start-ups need to think about how they manage revenue, according to one of the longest-established partner firms of the Web Summit.

“A lot of start-ups come up with a business plan or business model and forget that they have to take money. They think it’s going to be easy, but it’s not always as easy as they think,” said John Lunn, senior director of start-up relations at Braintree.


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