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Posted on: February 9, 2021
[ARCHIVED] Febrero 25 @ 10:00-11:30am - Entiende Tus Finanzas Y Planea Para Un Futuro Exitoso
En este curso de 4 sesiones aprenderás cuales son los estados financieros más importantes para tu negocio.
February 18 - March 11, 2021
10:00 am - 11:30 am, CDT
Want to understand which financial statements are most important to your business?
Do you know how important it is to forecast your finances for a successful future?
Want to be prepared to raise funds for your business?
In this 4-session course you will learn what are the most important financial statements for your business. You'll learn about the balance sheet, profit and loss status, and the cash flow sheet. We'll also talk about the break-even point, how to set a price, and how to create a sales forecast. In the last session you will learn how to prepare a budget and get ready to raise funds for your business.
The course is free and in Spanish. Don't miss it!
Minerva Calatayud is a business advisor at the WBDC. Minerva Calatayud has many years of experience developing global market strategies in the food and beverage industry. He has worked in leading companies in the flavor and ingredient industry. Minerva earned a bachelor's degree in Food Engineering from the National Autonomous University of Mexico, a Master's degree in Business Administration from the Monterrey Institute of Technology for Higher Studies and a Master's degree in International Business from St Louis University.
Veronica Ojeda is the Associate Director of Capital Access. Provides financial assistance and advice to entrepreneurs in English and Spanish. He brings 18 years of banking experience. During his tenure in banking, he worked with a wide range of clients, including retail, private and commercial banking. Veronica holds an MBA with a specialization in Finance from Ashford University and a Certificate of Project Management from Loyola University in Chicago.
Funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.