NEW DATE >> FREE workshop: “The Fundamentals of Financial Management,” 12/12/2013

Due to weather conditions, the Livingston WNET event in November was cancelled. Please join us on December 12 for this rescheduled event.

>> CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE DECEMBER EVENT

Prospera’s Montana Women’s Business Center, Livingston Job Service and Livingston Chamber of Commerce presents LIVINGSTON Women’s Network for Entrepreneurial Training (WNET)

THE FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
Anjie Mikesell, Prospera Business Network
Thursday, December 12
12:00 – 1:30 p.m. Presentation and Networking

Livingston-Park County Public Library
228 W Callender
Downstairs Meeting Room

There is no charge for this brown-bag luncheon. Please bring your own lunch.

Register by Wednesday, December 11. Click here to register.


WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

Whether you are in startup phase, growth phase, or interested in selling your business, having the financial knowledge and understanding your business figures is critical. Join us for The Fundamentals of Financial Management and learn:

  • How to read and understand financial statements
  • How managing your financials can help you achieve your business goals
  • The red flags of financial management
  • Future planning with cash flow projections

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Anjie Mikesell is the Business Analyst at Prospera Business Network, where she manages three revolving loan funds that Prospera manages for the City of Livingston and Park County, the City of Bozeman, and the USDA Intermediary Relending Program. Also in her position, Anjie works as a business counselor for the Montana Women’s Business Center, where she specializes in working with entrepreneurs in developing cash flow projections, understanding financials and developing a loan package to present for funding.

Anjie has been fortunate enough to work with many different entrepreneurs in all stages in her professional career. Before joining Prospera, she worked at US Bank in the commercial department as a Credit Analyst. This position allowed her to gain a large knowledge of lending, financial statements, and credit analysis. Anjie graduated from Montana State University with a Bachelors of Science in Business Management and a minor in Small Business Management and Entrepreneurship

 

 

The Montana Women’s Business Center is a program of Prospera Business Network and is funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance. Contact Amanda Schultz at aschultz@ProsperaBusinessNetwork.org or (406) 587-3113 to make arrangements.