0171-006 KSU Money Matters: The One Percent Solution

Money Matters: The One Percent Solution

DATE
Wednesday, August 21st
COST
$ 29.00
FORMAT
Webinar
TOPIC
Accounting/Finance

ABOUT THIS PROGRAM

Cash flow is the lifeline of a business and yet it remains a mystery for many and often confused with profits.

For example, it is not unusual for a company to be profitable and have negative cash flow – a situation most business owners at some time experienced and have no idea why.

The One Percent Solution will provide an overview of company cash flow and explain the seven levers that affect cash flow from operations and show how a small change in any one lever can have a large impact on company cash flow. Discussion includes using a financial scorecard and budget plan to help monitor and manage company cash flow.

Starts in 3 months!

LEARN HOW TO:

  • Elevate your knowledge on financial management
  • Use empowering tools to improve company performance
  • Understand and improve business cash flow
  • Improve the financial management of your business

PROGRAM DETAILS

Wednesday, August 21, 2024
10:00 AM to 11:00 AM

Cost: $29.00
Webinar

This is a Zoom webinar. Upon registration, you will receive your Zoom link via email. 

PROGRAM INSTRUCTORS

Joe Zirkel

Joe Zirkel is a Business Consultant at UGA SBDC, Kennesaw State University, with 25+ years of diverse small business expertise. His journey commenced as an auditor in New York, evolving into VP roles in operations, finance, and small business lending in Atlanta. A Certified Management Accountant (CMA), Joe holds an EMBA from Kennesaw State University and a BA in Accounting from Hofstra University. His multifaceted experience spans accounting, manufacturing, operations, and lending, enriching his capacity to guide businesses effectively. With a solid educational foundation and hands-on industry acumen, Joe excels in driving growth and profitability for small enterprises.

 

 

Hosting Center: UGA Small Business Development Center at Kennesaw State University
A Public Service and Outreach unit of the University of Georgia, funded through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. All programs of the UGA SBDC are open to the public on a non-discriminatory basis. Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance. Contact Carole Arnold at [email protected] or call 470.578.6450