On track to reach $3m in revenue by end of year
It’s been a whirlwind of a year. Despite the many challenges of COVID-19 on our lives and business, we have great news to share. As we prepare to enter our final quarter of the year, our YTD revenue as of 9/24/2020 is at $2.13m, and we are on track to hit $3m by 12/31/2020. By the end of the year, we will have more than doubled our revenue from our 2018 numbers.
As you know, our vision for 2020 was to launch the delivery of our Clean Eating Programs in Los Angeles, bringing our nutrient-dense breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and snacks to our biggest wellness market after New York City. When the pandemic interrupted our spring plans, we quickly pivoted to expanding our national offerings to serve our clients wherever they might be. We successfully launched our nationwide Feel Good Fix program and Wellness Shop and the results so far have been overwhelmingly positive, reaching clients all over the country from California to Maine.
Our original vision hasn’t changed, however. We are full speed ahead with launching Provenance in LA and plan on bringing that vision to life early by the new year. E-commerce and meal delivery sales are on the rise, as is the importance of maintaining good health and boosting immunity. Provenance is perfectly placed to take advantage of these market opportunities.
When we launched this campaign on Republic, we had no idea that a pandemic was about to happen. COVID encouraged us to take a look at our business with new eyes. We assessed where we were as a company, what needed to change, and where the opportunity lay. We feel like we’ve come out the other side wiser and even more focused and committed than ever.
With only 37 days left to invest, how has your investment philosophy changed this year? We hope this latest update has confirmed for you that Provenance – a post-revenue company that shows consistent year over year growth and works tirelessly towards a better future for us all – is a business worth investing in. If not, we want to hear from you! What additional success metrics are you looking for in a company before investing?
Yours in health,