Art Zylstra, one of our Northwest/Seattle Region’s CFO, will be a guest lecturer at the University of Washington, Bothell for the Entrepreneurial Management Course. He will lecture on how to build a financial plan as part of an overall business plan, includuing creating a sales forecast, personnel plan, budget, and a profit and loss statement.… Read more >
This month, we welcomed Joe Wehry to the Northwest/Seattle Chapter of B2B CFO:
Joe is an experienced CFO / Consultant with over 30 years of expertise serving small to mid-ranged companies in finance, accounting, and operations. His background includes working in public accounting, for a Fortune 50 manufacturing company, developing and leading start-up entities as both a principal and consultant.… Read more >
Networking is always a challenge to all small business owners. It can be especially challenging to people who want to do business with the small business owner. Many times, small business owners do not show up at network events because they feel like the bait in a sea of sharks.… Read more >
Like most everyone I have had my share of dealing with anger, my own and other people’s. Following is some advice on the matter for CEOs, courtesy of Deborah Sweeny – CEO, MyCorporation.com.
There is a well-known, and often used, caricature of the ‘angry boss’ — a typically short, balding man, red in the face, screaming at some unnamed intern or employee over something trivial like a foamy latte from Starbucks.… Read more >
If you own and operate a small to medium business, you spend more of your time working on daily operations and immediate concerns than on long term planning. You probably have not taken a lot of time to plan for the day that you no longer want to run the business.… Read more >