Wednesday, May 10, 2017 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM CDT
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320 N. Damen Avenue
First floor
Chicago, IL 60612

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Natalie Shmulik 

Financial Modeling Workshop: Budgeting, Forecasting & Tracking

Come learn modeling best practices from the experts in small business finance! We will cover budgeting, revenue forecasting, Key Performance Indicator (KPI) tracking, and accounting process improvement. The workshop will include a live demonstration of a financial projection model, with a free template to be distributed afterwards. 

*Light lunch Included*

 About the Speakers:  

Kody Myers is a financial analyst with experience building and evaluating hundreds of financial models for companies at a variety of stages. He has extensive experience working directly with CEOs and executive teams to develop sound financial projections as well as help identify key metrics to report for fundraising and day-to-day management of their companies. Kody has bachelor degrees in business finance and entrepreneurship and has a passion for early stage companies.

Jon Repka is Paro's Director of Growth. After stints as a strategy and operations consultant with Deloitte and a senior strategy role with a mid-market technology company, he found his passion in helping SMB's grow their businesses with Paro. Jon holds bachelor's degrees in finance, economics, and public policy and is an expert in data analysis and process optimization.

Paro is an exclusive network of the very best on-demand financial professionals. Paro matches businesses with highly vetted financial analysts, CFOs, CPAs, and bookkeepers who have the domain expertise to tackle company-specific problems. Less than the top 5% of finance freelancers make it through our screening process so businesses are guaranteed top-notch experts at affordable prices.

This seminar is produced by The Hatchery, a collaboration between ICNC  and Accion Chicago to bring education, capital, and support to the Chicagoland food entrepreneur community. Food entrepreneurship programming is funded in part by: