Spurs’ four-man shortlist to replace Pochettino includes Nagelsmann and Howe

first_imgHowe could also be in the running and despite staying loyal to Bournemouth since 2012, the 41-year-old would find the challenge of managing Spurs too difficult to resist.Ancelotti boasts an incredible CV including from his time at Chelsea when he won the Premier League and FA Cup in 2010.Jose Mourinho is also believed to be one of the candidates on the shortlist.The Portuguese has been without a job since leaving Manchester United almost a year ago and is thought to be holding out for the north London job.2 Pochettino is under immense pressure at TottenhamCredit: AFP or licensorsTottenham would be crazy to sack Pochettino despite form slump, insists ex-boss Harry Redknapp TOTTENHAM are considering a move for RB Leipzig’s highly-rated coach Julian Nagelsmann, according to reports.Bournemouth’s Eddie Howe and current Napoli boss Carlo Ancelotti are also on chairman Daniel Levy’s shortlist after AXING Mauricio Pochettino.2 Julian Nagelsmann is being lined up to replace PochettinoCredit: Getty – ContributorDespite guiding Spurs to the Champions League final last season, Pochettino was dismissed following a difficult start to the season.The 47-year-old has overseen just 25 points from the last 24 matches and they currently sit 14th in the Premier League.There are also rumours of a rift with Levy over a lack of transfer activity in the summer.But according to the Times, a contingency plan is already in place and at the top of their shortlist is Nagelsmann.The 32-year-old German worked wonders with Hoffenheim before taking over as Leipzig coach where they currently sit second in the Bundesliga.He jumped into management with Hoffenheim aged just 28, ensured survival and then qualified for the Champions League the following season.Nagelsmann also fits the managerial requirements that Levy prefers as a young, talented coach with a new and exciting philosophy.LADBROKES 1-2-FREE Simply predict Man City vs Chelsea, Rangers and Man Utd scores this coming weekend and win £100most read in footballTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’NEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticREF RELEASEDChampions League ref Vincic released by cops after arrest in prostitution raidKEANE DEALEx Man United youth ace David Jones says Roy Keane negotiated a contract for himREF RAIDChampions League ref Vincic ‘arrested in raid into drugs and prostitution ring’NICE RONCristiano Ronaldo goes on family bike ride with partner Georgina Rodriguez & kidslast_img read more

Revenue Retention Analysis Interpretive Challenges to Success

first_imgThis blog post is part of a series of posts that serve as a step-by-step guide on conducting a revenue retention analysis from start to finish. Beyond the insights you will gain, conducting the analysis will be helpful for most expansion stage companies hoping to raise expansion capital. Many venture capital firms will perform this analysis at some point during the due diligence process. Presenting this data upfront will save them time and likely impress their management teams with your “metrics-driven approach” to management.In my last post, I went over some of the technical challenges that you may face while conducting a revenue retention analysis. I will now cover some of the interpretive challenges, since interpreting the data is probably the trickiest part of the exercise.When interpreting the results of a revenue retention analysis, it is important to understand that the spend behavior of customers is only a symptom of potential issues or opportunities, and usually, there are multiple explanations for trends and anomalies you will find. For example, if you find that the total billings for a couple of cohorts declines steeply in month two, there is a number of potential explanations for it. Perhaps the company had problems with that specific product release, or the company was aggressively signing up customers at the time, many of whom did not find the product useful. Maybe the company had a poor onboarding process at the time, which has since been significantly improved. A revenue retention analysis can uncover symptoms of problems, but usually not their causes, so it is important to be very careful when interpreting the data.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThislast_img read more