I have spoken frequently over the last 25 years on a variety of business and corporate finance subjects. We often focus on the term Business Finance because we believe that a specific focus on the strategic elements of business finance is the primary driver of improved business performance.
Cash Flow Workshop | ”It’s Almost Midnight. Do You Know Where Your Cash Is?”
Over the last few years, I have conducted many half-day Cash Flow Workshops, entitled It’s Almost Midnight. Do You Know Where Your Cash Is?
This workshop is organized to educate non-finance executives in the middle market about Cash Flow … how to measure it and manage it … and most importantly, how to increase it.
These workshops have benefited from a great group of prominent North Bay companies who been sponsors of these events, and with our Extended Learning program, helped a lot of small and middle market executives understand the practical strategies and techniques they can implement to significantly improve cash flow.
Wine Industry Financial Symposium: Fall, 2010
During the Annual Wine Industry Financial Symposium in the Napa Valley, I presented a 90 minute workshop, Practical Strategies to Improve Cash Flow.
Although it is very difficult to convert our full-motion and interactive presentations to a text-based document, we have provided this simplified How to Build a High Performance business file as a visual summary.
You'll also find this summary of one of the primary financial themes at this Symposium.
Cash is (still) King: Practical Strategies for Turbulent Times
In the throes of the most devastating recession in our lifetimes … and mine is longer than most … I organized the North Bay Business Journal conference in the Fall, 2008.
The deeply experienced experts on our panel addressed the importance of strategy and forecasting; key financial drivers, metrics and cost-reduction approaches; how to minimize and manage financial risk; and access points and parameters for various types of capital.
I have spoken about this topic at…
- North Bay Business Journal Conference
- Wine Industry Financial Symposium
- Workshops for various commercial banks and their clients and prospects