Entrepreneurs are resilient; the average entrepreneur fails 3.8 times before finally succeeding. One of the leading reasons for startup failure is that people start companies and then learn about financial management on the job - a very costly way to learn & train.
Every smart entrepreneur and business owner should understand what the business Financial Statements are telling him/her. You can't make sound strategic business decisions if you don't know where your business stands financially, and to know where it stands, you need to understand how to read basic Financial Statements.
This class is NOT going to make you an accountant, but it will help you intellegantly talk to one. During the class you will, specifically:
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inas is an entrepreneur, startup business advisor and strategic consultant with a background in business, finance, electrical engineering and IT consulting. Einas has an MBA in Entrepreneurship and Finance (VC and PE) from Wharton Business School and over 12 years’ experience working at startups to Fortune 500 companies including Johnson & Johnson.
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