Basics In creating Financial Projections (Webinar)

Basics In creating Financial Projections (Webinar)

Thursday, February 6, 2020 10:00am to 12:00pm
Free

The financial section of your business plan is one of the most essential components of the plan. You’ll need projections to improve your chances of winning over investors, or obtaining a bank loan. Even if you don't need financing... you should compile a financial "road map" in order to simply be successful towards steering your business in the right direction.

Webinar covers:

- Considering a sales forecast. 

- Setting up a spreadsheet for projecting sales.

- Creating an expenses budget. 

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- Creating goals based on income projections. 

- Discussion concerning assets and liabilities. 

- Thoughts on breakeven analysis, and more.

Instructor: John DeGaetano

Jacques Bidjima
628-652-6393
Online - Webinar
Via Zoom Conference Call
San Francisco

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