Seminars to help you better understand small business accounting
Tuesday, July 25: Session 1: Learn the Basics
Wednesday, July 26: Session 2: Understanding Your Business's Finances
340 W State St, Rm 103, Athens
9 a.m. - 11 a.m.
Susie Carrico, AVP of Business Accounting and Tax at the Ohio University Credit Union, will provide the fundamental basics of understanding your business’s accounting structure and financial statements.
Accounting 101 PDF
To register contact: Trenia Twyman, Ohio University, Small Business Development Center at (740) 597-1460 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn ways to overcome business problems and better understand your financial position
Driving financial performance in your business is crucial. This program provides business owners and key managers with the tools that can move attendees from Profit Mystery to Profit Mastery. The presentation will be facilitated by Erin Gibson, Business Consultant with the Small Business Development Center at Ohio University’s Voinovich School of Leadership & Public Affairs.
Using case studies and a down-to earth style — with just a bit of humor and a touch of motivation — this DVD-based program, developed by Business Resource Systems, includes all the material from their internationally-acclaimed two day program. You will never look at your financial statements in the same way! Only for-profit entities that have been in business for one year or longer are eligible.
Thursdays, Aug. 3rd & 10th
Ohio University Credit Union
944 E. State St
9 AM - 4 PM
To register contact: Trenia Twyman, Ohio University, Small Business Development Center at (740) 597-1460 or email@example.com Registration is limited to 10 businesses so register as soon as possible. Cost: Free, thanks to funding from Small Business Development Center at OU -- a $500 value!
Lunch will be provided by the Ohio University Credit Union!
Profit Mastery Info PDF
Host a Free Lunch & Learn Seminar at Your Workplace
Interested in holding a free Lunch & Learn at your company for you and your co-workers?
We offer sessions on budgeting, ID theft, wise use of credit, improving your credit score, retirement planning and more.
Contact Eva Bloom at firstname.lastname@example.org or 597-2832 for more information.