When I talk to a startup, the first thing I want to know is almost always the same. Assuming their expenses remain constant and their revenue growth is what it has been over the last several months, do they make it to profitability on the money they have left? Or to put it more dramatically, by default do they live or die? — Paul Graham, founder Y Combinator
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1. Customer acquisition inflation
According to Austin Rief (CEO of Morning Brew),…