Rich and Mary are frequent speakers at business conferences
Rich and Mary frequently speak to business audiences around the world, ranging from MIT’s EO organization to Net Works Consulting Resources. Their expertise in helping companies better manage their finances is in constant demand. Topics can be tailored to individual industries. Frequent topics of speeches include:
Create a Culture of Profitability
Making money isn’t the only reason to be in business — but it’s the only way we stay in busin
ess. Profitability is probably always top of mind for you, the business owner, but is it for your employees? If it’s not, it should be. Profit funds raises, bonuses, and benefits; it fuels opportunities; and when the economy is weak, profits safeguard jobs.
Learn how to how to forge — not force — the right culture. You’ll come away with the strategies, steps, actions and measurements to get every employee invested with you in building and growing your company.
Choose Success: An Easy to Follow Process for Making the Best Choice
All growth opportunities – no matter how attractive they appear – have inherent viability and risks. Learn how to fully evaluate a growth opportunity for your company and measure its true cost and potential impact on all aspects of the business. The Bottom Line Up Viability Assessment analyzes first Qualitatively then Quantitatively. You will come away with a proven formula to assess the profitability potential of your current model and of future opportunities. This tool will help you focus your efforts on only those that will produce the greatest ROI.
Make the Leap from Entrepreneur to Leader: Secrets of Sustainable Growth
While some businesses manage phenomenal growth with flying colors, most crash and burn under the stress of even moderate growth. Why? What makes the difference? Learn the secrets of smart, strategic growth and how to sustain it for your company. The seminar will outline proven tactics to maximize your growth and avoid mistakes that many high-growth companies have made.
When does 1+1+1 = 19? : The Power of Small Changes
Once you pay for your overhead, all changes affect profit – all price increases and expense reductions go directly to bottom line. With 1% change in prices, a 1% change in COGs, and a 1% change in S,G, &A expenses, you can increase your bottom line profit by 19% or more!
Make Banks Compete To Lend You Money
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