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Google Sheets for Cash Flow: The Ultimate Profit Statement

Google Sheets for Cash Flow: The Ultimate Profit Statement

Tuesday, February 2, 2021 3:00pm to 4:00pm

Google Sheets for Cash Flow: The Ultimate Profit Statement

Tuesday, February 2, 2021
From 3:00-4:00 PM
Cost: FREE

Understanding your business’ cash flow is an essential task for any business owner. Even profitable businesses can find themselves in trouble if their cash flow is inadequate. This introductory webinar will teach you the basics of a Cash Flow Statement. Using Google Sheets the instructor will walk you through the process of building a Cash Flow Statement. This process will show you how to update your spreadsheet skills as well.

Who Should Attend
Small Businesses and entrepreneurs looking to learn how to better utilize Google Sheets for basic cash flow and train business expenses.

Topics Covered
- Building Statements in Google Sheets
- Cash Flow Statement components
- How to manage Statements

This Workshop is Taught by:
Keith Obilana. Keith has over 15 years of experience working with early stage entrepreneurs; from those still in the idea stage to those who have launched and are trying to scale their businesses. He specializes in business planning, go-to-market strategies, business management, operations and strategic planning. Keith was the Co-founder and Director of The Microenterprise Program, a social benefit organization that provides entrepreneurial education to at risk populations. He has a BA in Business Management and an MBA from Pepperdine University.

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