Norcal SBDC Finance Center Presents: Financial Bootcamp Part 1
Join us for an intensive three-part boot camp on small business financials. This boot camp is hosted by financial expert and SBDC Regional Advisor Paul Bozzo. The goal is to do a deep dive into understanding essential small business financial concepts, key financial statements such as the income statement, and the development of cash flow projections. The Financials Boot Camp is designed for serious entrepreneurs ready to commit the time to take their financial skills to the next level.
Session #1: The first session is an introduction to small business financials. We’ll cover essential financial concepts with a focus on the ‘Big 3’ financial statements: profit/loss, balance sheet, and cash flow. We’ll also cover the top 7 most important financial concepts that entrepreneurs need to understand to be successful.
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