Every month focuses on a specific aspect of your business
May & June's theme: Business planning and efficiency
Three mindfulness strategies to help you, your company and your community in the next normal
Speaker: Denise Shields
With the heightened stress and anxiety and ongoing uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, people are turning to mindfulness now more than ever. In this webinar, experience the benefits of mindfulness firsthand and hear from Denise Shields, Ph.D., eMindful’s Director of Curriculum, Delivery, and Research.
Learn three strategies you can apply to “the next normal” from the leading provider of live, virtual mindfulness solutions, and how they can improve your leadership through the organizational changes ahead, and your mental health today.
Powering workflow effectiveness with key cloud apps
Speaker: Kellie Parks
As accounting professionals, we know we need workflows to get work done effectively, consistently, accurately and on time. In addition, we know there are many great apps to power our workflows. So! Many! Great! Ones! Let’s narrow these options down to a few that are fantastic at hitting some key accounting workflow needs.
Is your day filled with marketing, file reviews, value conversations, pricing, onboarding, social media, researching, troubleshooting, and documenting processes?... OH! And bookkeeping? A solopreneur is a unique type of entrepreneur. In this webinar, Marnie will share best practices for staying connected, wearing all the hats, and avoiding burnout. AND she’ll share some great tech tips and life tips!
In this webinar, we will cover the keys to successfully starting your bookkeeping practice. I am now 5 years into my business and thriving- I will provide some tips on how to build your business, along with some challenges I encountered along the way. We will cover areas such as equipment, simple app stack, finding a mentor, finding clients and getting paid.
How to prove the value of your work and set fair prices
Speaker: Nicole Verkindt
Startup Canada’s 2017 “Woman Entrepreneur of the Year” Nicole Verkindt takes a deep dive into the strategy behind product pricing. A member of the Business Council of Canada, Nicole will draw on her personal experience of launching successful tech companies and investing in several businesses, to provide fellow entrepreneurs with a step-by-step action plan to determine costs vs. consumer value. She outlines exactly what needs to be considered, from your “real costs” to calculating your customer’s ROI against your competitors, and more, to help you identify the right price point that will maximize revenue while maintaining a sustainable competitive advantage.