Key Elements to Long-Term Success and Survivability
This Webinar will introduce key elements and considerations for Long-Term Success and Survivability.
· Capital Planning and Capital Management
· Building a Team
· Market Analysis
· Products and Services Offerings
· Service and Delivery
The presentation will provide meaningful considerations for strategic planning and long-term goal setting. The COVID Lockdown provided ample evidence that planning and strategy are part realistic long-term success and survivability. Register for this Webinar to experience a thought provoking discussion on the topic.
Who should attend? Business owners and managers
Why should you attend? If the COVID-19 Lockdown has caused concerns about your business's success and survivability this presentation will address those issues.
Ed Dauphin Cares Act Consultant with Louisiana SBDC
Selected as one of the Cares Act Consultants to provide financial and business management assistance to Louisiana companies which have been affected by the COVID-19 Lockdown. • Financial analysis including cash flow, profitability and overall business operations • QuickBooks Consulting including setup, review, customizing and training • Inventory control and management
22 Years as Part-Time CFO and Business Consultant
I provide part-time CFO services, business consulting and financial analysis including cash flow management, profitability analysis, product pricing, gross profit margin analysis, debt restructuring, cost / benefit analysis, overhead control and inventory management. to Louisiana entrepreneurs.
• I have been a QuickBooks Pro Advisor for over 20 years • I have performed several accounting system restructures and corrective accounting for poorly kept books • Training to owners and key team members on how to understand and use the balance sheet and profit and loss statement as a management tool
26 Years of Executive Level Experience in the Banking Industry
Originally starting my banking career in Lafayette, Louisiana, with a combination of operations and commercial lending experience, I built a reputation that afforded me the opportunity to turnaround a failed bank bought from the FDIC by a group of investors in 1986. As President, I quickly transformed Louisiana Delta Bank into a high-performance bank. I exceeded investor goals by developing updated operational systems, reducing operational cost through the implementation of technology, and acquiring a large agricultural loan portfolio. In 1997 I assumed the role of CFO of the bank holding company, which owned Louisiana Delta Bank, other banks and loan related businesses. I left banking in 1998 to return home to South Louisiana and establish my Part-Time CFO and business consulting practice.
Fee: No Cost