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Fun with Financials – Virtual

with John Verreault from TD Bank and Gwynne Rukenbrod Smith

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Date

Oct 3

Time

5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Price

Pay What Your Wish - Min $10

Location

Finances are one of the biggest challenges for creative businesses. Numbers can often be confusing and hard to understand. But having a good grasp on your financials is key to running a successful thriving business. 

Come spend two days in this money fun class to start from the beginning and then move into creating budgets, projecting cash flow, deciphering those monthly reports, and understanding why it all matters.

In this workshop you will learn general accounting terms, personal and business budgeting, variable costs, overhead costs and cash flow projections, and we will wrap the second day up with a panel discussion on why it all matters.

This is a TWO day course that meets on October 3rd & 4th.

  • October 3rd: 5PM – 8PM
  • October 4th: 12PM – 6PM 

Fun with Financials is part of the Craft Your Commerce Workshop Series Next Level Financials and Operations.

This a VIRTUAL class. The zoom link will be sent upon registration. Please email Lilley@mountainbizworks.org with any questions or concerns.


Presenter

Meet our presenter for this event.

Mountain BizWorks event presenter, Gwynne Rukenbrod Smith

Gwynne Rukenbrod Smith

Gwynne Rukenbrod Smith currently serves as the Project Director for Craft Your Commerce at Mountain BizWorks. She is the former Executive Director for the Society of North American Goldsmiths (SNAG...

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Gwynne Rukenbrod Smith currently serves as the Project Director for Craft Your Commerce at Mountain BizWorks. She is the former Executive Director for the Society of North American Goldsmiths (SNAG), an organization dedicated to the support and advancement of contemporary jewelry and metal artists.  Before that, Gwynne was the Executive Director for HandMade in America, an economic development organization that focuses on growing craft economies in Western North Carolina.  While there she created Craft Labs a professional development series of classes for artists.  She is an accomplished glass artist as well as an arts executive.  She ran a successful glass business for several years.  She has worked with both rural and urban communities teaching her professional development and entrepreneurship workshops across the country for over 18 years.  Gwynne believes in helping artists and small business owners expand their markets and create sustainable businesses.   She currently serves as the Board Chair for the North Carolina Glass Center and lives in Asheville, NC with her husband and three dogs.

Details

Date
October 3
Time:
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Event categories:
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Organizer

Mountain BizWorks
Phone
828-253-2834 ext 10

Venue

Zoom (Virtual)
Phone
828-253-2834
Website
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