Tips to Keep Your Small Business Financially Healthy
January 24 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 am
Do you know how your financial record keeping and reporting can affect your business decisions? How your personal credit affects your ability to get capital? In this FREE workshop, you’ll hear tips from several speakers that will help guide your small business towards solid financial ground.
All business owners have to balance costs but still invest in the future. These choices need to be informed by the financial numbers for the business so that you have a better shot at success.
This workshop will help you understand:
- Common financial reports, what they tell you and why you should care
- How to think about your cash flow, considering seasonal imbalances and expense planning
- How your credit affects your finances
- Available financial tools to help with the business decision making process
- When (if) to consider additional capital
Germaine Miller-Summers, CEO/Founder of HOV, LLC., has more than 20 years of organizational, operational, and managerial experience in the multi-media industry. Equipped with a degree in Production and Management from the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) in New York City, Miller-Summers is increasingly becoming a highly sought after authority when it comes to business strategies/systems, financial education/awareness, publishing and entrepreneurship.
Michael Inabinet, TD Bank
Credit trained as an analyst in commercial lending, Michael Inabinet is Vice President of Commercial Lending for TD Bank for Central Connecticut. With experience in SBA, non-profit, manufacturing, real estate, construction and health care, he has been exposed to all facets of New England’s economy. Michael specializes in providing clients with an array of products including working capital lines of credit, capital expenditure financing, owner occupied real estate financing and investment financing.