Date: Tuesday, July 28, 2020
Time: 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. (MDT)
Venue: Online - Your home, office, or wherever you connect online.
In these times of uncertainty, many entrepreneurs are feeling overwhelmed and wondering what more they could do to keep their businesses afloat or to adapt to the new circumstances. To increase your chances of successfully riding the storm, it is important to understand your current business cash flow situation and to apply business best practices.
This webinar will present strategies on how to update your business to generate revenues and minimize expenses and show the potential impact of those decisions through a cash flow example.
The strategies to be presented were gathered from ATB conversations with business owners and through research of small businesses like yours throughout the province.
Ricardo Flores, Entrepreneur Strategist, ATB Entrepreneur Centre - Grande Prairie
Ricardo is passionate about assisting entrepreneurs on how to start and grow their business. He started this journey by working as a Business Advisor for the Business Link in Edmonton helping startups to get off on the right foot.
Ricardo also worked as a contractor writing business plans for entrepreneurs, and later he ran a residential painting franchise where he managed up to four employees.
In his current role as an Entrepreneur Strategist, he assists entrepreneurs mainly with their startup process, business planning, cash flow management, and marketing. Ricardo moved to Grande Prairie two years ago, and he enjoys everything sports related, reading, and getting to know people.
Catherine Glambeck, Entrepreneur Strategist, ATB Entrepreneur Centre - Calgary
With her first hand entrepreneurial experience and diverse business background, Catherine brings her expertise and resources to local entrepreneurs.
She provides guidance with Ideation, Business Modeling, and HR, with a specialty in all things financial.
Fernando Alves, Entrepreneur Strategist, ATB Entrepreneur Centre - Edmonton
Fernando specializes in providing strategic customer centric advice. Using tools to discover and leverage business client's perspectives, he understands key factors that make a venture successful.
Having owned a Social Impact Coffee Shop, he is keen on using that experience to help businesses thrive in their communities. Coupled with an MBA, Fernando draws both theoretical and practical tools to make sure entrepreneurs are on the right path to their version of success.
This webinar is presented through Zoom Webinar software, which lets you participate from your own home, office, or wherever you choose to connect.
In order to participate in an NHPC Online Ethics Workshop, you must:
Step 1: Register online. You will be directed to an external link to register for this webinar.
Step 2: Fill out the required information, and you will receive an email confirmation with information on how to join the online webinar.
Step 3: When you receive the email confirmation, add it to your calendar.
Step 4: On the day of the workshop, click on the link* provided in the email to join the webinar.
*Please DO NOT share the provided online workshop link with others, as it is unique to you.
Continued Competency Program (CCP) Information
Learning Type: Distance/ Online Learning
Credits Eligibility: 5 CCP credits
Documentation Required: Complete the Self-evaluation and Practice Integration areas of your CCP submission.