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WEBOs Learn Quarterly Intensive | Surviving COVID and Other Crises

  • 27 Aug 2020
  • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Zoom

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How has COVID affected your business?  Some business owners are thriving, others are just barely hanging on.  How will you survive the second wave? 

Contingency planning is part of any smart entrepreneur's toolbox.  The global crisis has shown even solopreneurs and small business owners that they must have a plan in place to survive any type of crisis.  Those plans need to include how you're operating, how you're planning your cash flow and budgets, and how you're going to stay visible as you continue to serve your clients.

Join us for a WEBOs Learn Quarterly Intensive that brings together experts in operations, finance, and virtual engagement to help you identify those areas of your business where a little contingency planning could go a long way.

How has COVID affected your business?  Some business owners are thriving, others are just barely hanging on.  Will you survive a second wave? 

Contingency planning is part of any smart entrepreneur's toolbox.  The global crisis has shown even solopreneurs and small business owners that they must have a plan in place to survive any type of crisis.  Those plans need to include how you're operating, how you're planning your cash flow and budgets, and how you're going to stay visible as you continue to serve your clients.

Join us for a WEBOs Learn Quarterly Intensive that brings together experts in operations, finance, and virtual engagement to help you identify those areas of your business where a little contingency planning could go a long way.

Eye of the Tiger: Creating a Rugged Business That
Can Survive Any Storm

The Covid-19 crisis through a wrench in most every business throughout the country.  The truth is we are likely to see a few more bumps in the road over the next 18 months as businesses owners.  During this talk, Jeri Morgan, bestselling author and owner of Code Blue Computing, will discuss how to emerge operationally intact and with a business stronger than it was before the crisis began.  During this information-packed presentation you will learn:

  • How to Stop Flying by the Seat of Your Pants and Create Real Processes for Your Business
  • Get a Grip.  Take a Thorough Look at Your Business and Evaluate Your Business Model 
  • Embracing Technology and Automation to Streamline the Way You Do Business
  • Batten the Hatches and Tighten Up Security Before Your Business Goes Out of Business

Jeri is the CEO of Code Blue Computing, headquartered in Denver, Colorado, and co-Author of the best- selling books Hack Proof Your Business and Adapt and Overcome.  She was nominated for the Denver Business Journal Outstanding Women in Business Award in 2016 and in 2019. A common- sense leader with a multi-faceted background in manufacturing, operations, and logistics, Jeri has a knack for meeting business owners exactly where they are to help them build best business practices as it relates to operations, security and utilizing technology to improve their bottom line. 

Cash is King: Improving Cash Flow in Times of Crisis

We all know that the cash is king, and liquidity is essential for a business to survive. The majority of business owners operate based on how much is in the bank, but they truly do not understand how much cash they actually have. They will likely feel the pain when market turns or are in a high growth situation. Cash gets tight when in a growth or decline pattern, especially if it’s not managed well. Sandhya Jindal will explain:

  • Essentials every business must follow to improve their cash flow position (especially when the economy is at its worse)
  • Temporary changes in the tax code that can help you improve cash flow
  • What to do if you have close the doors of your business for good

As a licensed CPA for over 12 years, Sandhya educates others on how to not only retain as much as legally possible of their well-deserved income, but also how to make grow effectively.  Being a business owner herself, she knows the amount of sweat, blood, and sacrifice that goes into starting and succeeding in a new venture, and she teaches you how to keep more of your hard-earned money for yourself.  

Stay Connected Online

Many clients and business owners are starting to experience Zoom fatigue!  How can you keep your audiences engaged when we’re all tired of being online? Connie Kercher will share FIVE ways to NETWORK and CREATE engaging experiences VIRTUALLY to retain and gain new clients! Using cutting edge research shared on how we need to look at engagement and become a strong influence in this new virtual space, Connie will show you how to:

  • Maximize your networking efforts this year
  • Leverage the benefit of online opportunities!

Connie served at Gannon University as Assistant Vice President for Student Engagement and Leadership Development before opening Switchboard Networking Boutique located in Westminster, CO in September 2016 and second location in Texas in 2019. Her passion for intentional, engagement strategies, business development and adult learning theory was launched from the Dallas/Ft. Worth Chapter of Meeting Professionals International, a membership organization for corporate, association and independent meeting planners, where she was education director. 

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