Financial Statements Explained (May)

When you own a small business, good financial record-keeping is a powerful tool. And then, knowing what balance sheet, income statement and statement of cashflow are is essential in understanding how healthy your business is, and also in making sound business decisions.


Digital Marketing - Photography

Digital Marketing - Photography a workshop designed to help business owners maximize the equipment they already have in order to create the perfect photographs for any aspect of business use.


Employment Law with Wake Forest University Law School

As businesses grow, they will need to add workers. Making the decision to add a worker is often an early and important step in business growth. It is important to classify the worker correctly, that is, treat them as an employee or contractor. It is also important to take care of the business' information and avoid misunderstandings about the workers' role, terms of employment and other details. This seminar will cover how employees and contractors are defined, the use of employment contracts, and liability issues, including worker's compensation.


The Beginner’s Guide to Financial Statements – The Cash Flow Statement

Want to understand how to read a Statement of Cash Flows and what it means for your firm? Join us as we discuss the elements that make up the cash flow statement and, most important, how to plan for your cash flow. This webinar is brought to you in partnership with Remix Ideas.


7 Key Financial Ratios Small Business Owners Should Know

As a small business owner, you have to juggle a lot of tasks in your day-to-day struggle to keep the doors open and the bills paid. Ever present in this juggling act is managing the money matters for your business. Understanding, a shortlist of just 7 key financial ratios can help you focus on the important health aspects of your business—cash flow, efficiency, and profit. They can be used to analyze trends, compare your business to competitors and measure progress towards goals.


Bookkeeping with Google Sheets

Bookkeeping With Google Sheets provides a brief lesson in what bookkeeping is, why it is important, and an easy way to set up a bookkeeping system. Registration deadline is 2 days before the event.


Financial Statements Explained (April)

When you own a small business, good financial record-keeping is a powerful tool. knowing what the balance sheet, income statement, and statement of cashflow are is essential in understanding how healthy your business is, and also in making sound business decisions.


What's in a Name? Choosing a Brand you can Trademark

Partnership with Univ of Arkansas Little Rock, William H. Bowen School of Law, Business Innovations Clinic This workshop will provide a basic understanding of trademarks and their importance to business brands. We will provide details as to how to select a company name and logo that will qualify for trademark registration, how to register a trademark, and how to maintain a trademark.

 


Small Business Webinar - Intellectual Property

Partnership with Wake Forest University Law Clinic. Intellectual property (patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets) are, for many businesses, the largest source of value for their owners. The area of IP is as complex as it is important. This seminar will provide business owners with the background they need to understand how their IP adds value to their business and the steps that should be taken to protect that value for the future.


Bookkeeping With Google Sheets

Bookkeeping With Google Sheets provides a brief lesson in what bookkeeping is, why it is important, and an easy way to set up a bookkeeping system.