ABOUT THE CLASS …
ABOUT THE CLASS
This class will walk you through a series of financial constructs needed to run a successful business. Understand key revenue calculations and expense assumptions over a multi-year period. Tie in income statement numbers as a point to showcase factors that affect cash flow such as receivables, payables, and taxes. Walk through a balance sheet and understand the importance of this and other documents for growing your business.
To obtain an understanding of core financial constructs needed to project cash flow, revenue, expenses, income statement (pro forma) and a balance sheet.
To highlight pitfalls and key issues to address in projections.
To establish best practices for calculating key assumptions associated with startup financial projections.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR, Deborah L. von Storch
Deborah von Storch is the Southwest Region Strategic Growth Markets Leader at EY, a leading multinational professional services firm. She manages a multi-disciplined practice dedicated to serving high-growth companies that are evolving into market leaders. With more than 31 years of experience, Deborah has a deep knowledge of the needs and issues faced by high-growth companies, with an extensive background in providing global account leadership, strategic tax and transaction planning, and advisory services. Deborah leads EY's Entrepreneur of the Year® program for an eight-state region in the Southwest geography.
PRESENTED BY, The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
The Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC) is an entrepreneurial support system dedicated to bringing together the resources, support and opportunities that Dallas-area entrepreneurs need to start, build and grow their businesses. Launched in 2013, the DEC believes investment in entrepreneurs is investment in the community. Learn more at thedec.co.