The BOLD Speaker Series is a Garland Chamber program, sponsored by Texas Security Bank to provide continuing education to business owners. The purpose is to give all business owners, small to large, members and nonmembers, the most relevant information on taxes, hiring, marketing, operations, and banking to help businesses grow and be sustainable. This event is monthly, on the fourth Tuesday excluding June, July, and December.
About the Topic:
Year-end checklist – What Should You Prepare Before the Year Ends?
The year’s conclusion is not just a period of celebrations and festivities. For entrepreneurs, it signifies a crucial phase: the season of year-end preparations. It’s that pivotal moment when it’s essential to concentrate on a set of significant year-end activities. These tasks aim to facilitate reflection on the year gone by, ensure readiness for the forthcoming year, and maintain business compliance. Doing these things can ensure that you are ready for the new year and will hit the ground running to make the next year more successful than this year.
About the Speaker:
Nauman Poonja, CEO, Accounovation
With nearly two decades of experience working in accounting and finance, Nauman’s focus has been helping manufacturing and distribution companies become more profitable and to help them increase their cash flow.
Nauman started Accounovation in 2020 as he saw a gap in the services manufacturing and distribution companies were getting. Manufacturing and distribution companies are unique and complex and have their own set of challenges that keep most companies from growing profitably. As a Fractional CFO and accounting firm, Accounovation is focused on not only helping companies with their strategies for improving profitability and cash flow but also to also implement those strategies as part of the team.
Texas Security Bank invests more resources in business education for owner-managed businesses than other banks. Their focus on continuing education is truly unique and needed. They Elevate the Champions of Free Enterprise in an era when little differentiation among banks exists.
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