Thursday, April 30, 2020 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM EDT
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Sam Harding 
SCORE Mentors Jacksonville 
(904) 443-1900 

SCORE Webinar Series: Part 3 – Financial Statement and Analysis – What Decisions Can Be Made? 

Many businesses miss out on opportunities to make more money because they do not fully understand the value of keeping a "good set of books" and analyzing the financial reports their books produce.

In this three-part workshop shop series, we will discuss strong bookkeeping processes; discuss the technology tools that support your back office; review the most important financial reports examine the metrics required to help you make more informed business decisions. Proper bookkeeping with the right technology and financial analysis provide business owners with more informed business decisions resulting in the business making more money.

Part 3 – Financial Statementand Analysis –
What Decisions Can Be Made?

Learn about the financial reports and business metrics you should be analyzing every month. And, more importantly, learn about what questions to ask and how to use the information to make informed decisions.


The Presenter: Pete Denholm

Pete Denholm is the managing director of Supporting Strategies | Northeast Florida, one the largest outsourced bookkeeping firms on the First Coast. Pete brings his clients into the 21st century by transitioning them into the cloud reducing their bookkeeping labor by up to 50%. He is a business management consultant with over 20 years of experience in operations and financial management. While working for KPMG, PwC, Grant Thornton, and Fortune 50 companies, he specialized in helping organizations improve their financial and business operations. He found the work so rewarding that he launched Supporting Strategies | Northeast Florida in 2014, which has earned Top Accounting Firm kudos in the Jacksonville Business Journal.

 He is a member of the Rotary Club of Jacksonville, Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce and St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce. Pete is the 2020 Jacksonville Chamber – South Council, Small Business Leader of the Year. Pete holds a Bachelor of Arts in Finance from the George Washington University and is proud to be a former Marine.

 Outside of work, Pete applies his creative problem-solving skills to woodworking and sailing. Ask him about crossing the Pacific Ocean in a 39-foot sailboat.