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Financial Fitness

As a business owner, having a good handle on your accounting and finance can be critical to expanding your business. Join us for this four-part webinar series to optimize your business for financial success and more!

Series Overview:

Session One — Tuesday, November 7

  • Overview of financial management for small businesses.
  • The seven financial terms every entrepreneur should know.

Session Two — Tuesday, November 14

  • Pricing your products and services correctly. Are you correctly accounting for all your costs?
  • The importance of cash flow. Diagnosing and curing cash flow issues.
  • Preparing and understanding your key financial reports — what reports can tell you about your business.
  • The process of developing financial projections — identifying and understanding your key assumptions.
  • Understanding and using key financial ratios.

Session Three — Tuesday, November 21

  • The fundamentals of managing your small business finances.
  • Understanding your business model and optimizing it for financial success.
  • Maintaining proper records to keep your business running smoothly.
  • Implementing a financial tracking and accounting system.

Session Four — Tuesday, November 28

  • Understanding the fundamentals of business credit.
  • Understanding how lenders view your company from a financial perspective.
  • Preparing your company for debt capital. What do you need to do? What information do you need to provide to a potential lender?

Date

Nov 07 2023
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Time

9:00 am - 11:00 am

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