“Cash Flow Strategies for Growth: Closing the Cash Gap” will provide practical tools such as a sample cash flow budget form and sample business plan. It will explain how to recognize benchmark data and key financial indicators or warning signs in a business.
“Improving cash flow at a business – small or large – begins with understanding the relationship of the financial statements and cash flow, cash management, internal controls, cash flow ratios and breakeven analysis,” Mr. Weber explains.
“We’ll discuss ways to create a business model that manages its cash resources effectively by utilizing management reports, planning, budgeting, banking and financial advisors.”
Mr. Weber is a managing member of Weber O’Brien Ltd. of Toledo, a certified public accounting firm providing strategic assurance, tax and consulting services.
• Networking from 8:30 to 9 a.m., followed by the program from 9 a.m. to noon.
• Certificates awarded for satisfactory completion of a workshop.
• Fee: just $99 per session. A 20 percent discount is offered for registering for three sessions.
The series take place at BGSU at Levis Commons, 1655 North Wilkinson Way, in the Town Center at Levis Commons on State Route 25, Perrysburg. The facility features state-of-the-
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Additional workshops in the 2012 Professional Development Series offered for local business owners, supervisors, and managers are:
September 19: “Lead generation using referral marketing: The power of networking,”
October 17: “Strategic planning: 1% vision and 99% alignment,” Patrick Good;
November 14: “Adapt to enhance your business performance: