This webinar, presented by Wells Fargo, will take a look at managing cash flow with an emphasis on growing your business. A representative from Wells Fargo, as well as the
This webinar, presented by Wells Fargo, will take a look at managing cash flow with an emphasis on growing your business. A representative from Wells Fargo, as well as the owner of Advocations will discuss ways that may help you take control of your cash flow and create safeguards to keep cash flow positive.
Key take aways:
- Key areas of managing cash flow
- Cash flow and the business lifecycle
- Evaluating your credit choices
Lindsey Braciale, Founder of Advocations
Lindsey Braciale is a social entrepreneur that started Advocations in 2009 to amplify the way companies source, hire, and retain talent with disabilities. In 2015, Advocations’ narrowed their focus to autism and expanded services to Fortune 500 customers including Wells Fargo, Meijer, Boston Scientific, Ally Bank, etc. In 2017, Advocations received a national award from the Small Business Administration/SCORE for generating $153,000,000/year in earned income for a population often counted out of the workforce.
For personal and professional reasons, Lindsey is doubling down on the Charlotte Region. Currently, Charlotte is ranked 160 out of 182 cities for people with disabilities and it’s time we close the gap and make “not” “able,” Notable. How will we do it? There is a need to provide a modern, inclusive, centralized, just-in-time resource for job seekers (with and without disabilities) and employers, so we are going to flip the script a bit and create a workforce development 1-stop in a coffee shop. Lindsey is currently helping the 501c3 Make It Work build out a hub for social impact at the Brooklyn Collective in uptown and is looking for partners to make this a reality.
Lindsey holds a Cognitive Science degree from the University of Virginia, Master’s in Rehabilitation Counseling from the Medical College of Virginia, and attends the Executive Program at Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business.
Val Jones, Wells Fargo
Val Jones runs the Small Business customer segment strategy for Wells Fargo retail banking in Texas. As a 19 year banking veteran, Jones has focused her time and energy on providing information, resources and tools to help small business owners feel empowered and knowledgeable about their finances. Jones serves on the National Advisory Council for NAWBO.
(Tuesday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm