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Managing & Interpreting Financials During a Crisis & Beyond
October 27 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am| $20
About this Event
Do you review your balance sheet, profit & loss and cash flow statements on a regular basis?
Being able to interpret financial statements is always critical in a manufacturing business, particularly during the current COVID-19 crisis, and it will help you monitor the financial state of your business.
This workshop will focus on:
– Financial statements 101: what they are, how to read them
– The story your financial statements are really telling you
– Ratios, why they matter and what they signify
– Key areas that are often overlooked
– Financial management during a crisis:
- Cost mitigation & cash management
- Forecasting: how long you can last and identifying key levers
A key part of the workshop will be dedicated to a live analysis of anonymized financials and to Q&A with the audience.
About our presenter:
Brett Hazlett has more than twenty years of corporate finance experience across a wide range of organizations and industries, including manufacturing, public and private companies, non-profits and start-ups. As the former CFO at SFMade, Brett provided financial counsel to many of San Francisco’s leading manufacturers. He has been utilizing his experience to teach Managerial Finance classes at CCA for the past 5 years, leveraging real-world case studies and examples to enhance the learning environment and provide nuance and context to deeply technical subjects.
Brett is the Director of Advisory Services with BPM LLP. Brett holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting as well as a Master of Science (MBA) in Finance from Purdue University.