RAP Digital Certificate Program: Improve Your Business's Financial Wellbeing with Technology

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Xero Financial Wellbeing Series

Improve Your Business’s Financial Wellbeing with Technology

Wednesday, November 10th (9:00am-12:30pm)

Event Description:

Despite being the backbone of the Canadian economy, small businesses have faced many challenges due to COVID-19. While your business may have taken some steps toward digital transformation to overcome some of these challenges, updating your back-end financial systems may have taken a back seat to more time-sensitive matters.

If you’re running your business’s accounting and bookkeeping from a spreadsheet, have questions about how to understand your cash flow, or are still learning how to manage your business’s general financial wellbeing, this workshop is for you.

We’ll help you understand when, why and how you should consider adopting accounting software, and key tips for understanding your business’s financial wellbeing. Plus, you’ll get the opportunity to ask questions to accounting experts who work with small business owners every day.

Learning Outcomes:

• Learn how adopting cloud accounting technology can help you gain a better understanding of your business’s financial wellbeing.

• Get actionable tips for understanding and managing your business’s cash flow, including how to do a cash flow projection.

• Learn how to work with an advisor to understand your business’s profit margins and define your business goals.

Speakers:

• Doosuur Hagher, PC Team Lead, Xero

• Kerry Woods-Samuels, Director, Partner Services, Xero

• Allison Hawkins, Co-Founder, Hawkins & Co.

• Varun Sehgal, Partner, Think Accounting

To join this event, take your Digital Needs Assessment today. It only takes 20 minutes!

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RECOVERY ACTIVATION PROGRAM - DIGITAL CERTIFICATE

Xero Financial Wellbeing Series

Improve Your Business’s Financial Wellbeing with Technology

Wednesday, November 10th (9:00am-12:30pm)

Event Description:

Despite being the backbone of the Canadian economy, small businesses have faced many challenges due to COVID-19. While your business may have taken some steps toward digital transformation to overcome some of these challenges, updating your back-end financial systems may have taken a back seat to more time-sensitive matters.

If you’re running your business’s accounting and bookkeeping from a spreadsheet, have questions about how to understand your cash flow, or are still learning how to manage your business’s general financial wellbeing, this workshop is for you.

We’ll help you understand when, why and how you should consider adopting accounting software, and key tips for understanding your business’s financial wellbeing. Plus, you’ll get the opportunity to ask questions to accounting experts who work with small business owners every day.

Learning Outcomes:

• Learn how adopting cloud accounting technology can help you gain a better understanding of your business’s financial wellbeing.

• Get actionable tips for understanding and managing your business’s cash flow, including how to do a cash flow projection.

• Learn how to work with an advisor to understand your business’s profit margins and define your business goals.

Speakers:

• Doosuur Hagher, PC Team Lead, Xero

• Kerry Woods-Samuels, Director, Partner Services, Xero

• Allison Hawkins, Co-Founder, Hawkins & Co.

• Varun Sehgal, Partner, Think Accounting

To join this event, take your Digital Needs Assessment today. It only takes 20 minutes!

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