What Financial Statements Can Tell You About Your Business &
What You Can Do If You Don’t Like The Answer
Opportunity Knocks, Central Oregon’s business advisory organization is providing a Best Practices Seminar titled Practical Finance: What Financial Statements Can Tell You About Your Business & What You Can Do If You Don’t Like The Answer.
The seminar sponsored by Bendbroadband will be held on Wednesday, October 26, 11:30am-1:30pm at The Phoenix Inn, Bend.
Topics and Presenters will include:
Basic Relationships: Financial Statements and How They Talk to Each Other
Presented by Greg Fowler, CPA, CFP principal of Fowler-Summers Certified Public Accountants, LLC. Fowler provides tax and financial consulting to business owners and investors. He has more than 16 years of experience in tax and financial planning at firms ranging from start up software to Ernst & Young, LLP.
Fowler’s background also includes significant roles in business operations and marketing giving him a unique set of skills and perspective to advise business owners in a variety of issues including market strategy and business development, operational and management issues.
Fowler will be discussing how the income statement, balance sheet and statement of cash flows are inter-related.
Demystification of Common Financial Issues
Presented by Jason M. Moyer, principal of Cascadian Group, LLC. Moyer has earned more than 15 years of professional experience, including senior roles in executive management consulting, strategy, business planning, corporate finance, new business development, and business valuation. During the course of his career, he has interfaced with scores of companies and directly influenced business decisions representing billions of dollars. He holds a bachelor of science in management and an MBA, and regularly serves as an adviser to executive management, small venture capital firms, and large private equity funds. To date, he has personally started six businesses.
Moyer will talk about pricing approaches, understanding costs, analyzing margin, the easy or the hard way to get to breakeven estimates, and projecting and influencing cash flow.
The cost for the event is $30 for Opportunity Knocks’ members and $45 for others. Lunch is included. For online registration visit the following link:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 541- 318-4650.