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Ask an Expert series focuses on pandemic-era business models

May 7, 2021   ·   0 Comments

The County of Simcoe’s Ask an Expert webinar series will feature a segment on transition and how to stay in control of your business during the current pandemic.

The current situation has presented many challenges and transitions for business and has impacted how they are operating.

This new Ask an Expert webinar will be a virtual session for business owners and will focus on “businesses in transition and how to stay in control.”

Many business owners who had carefully developed business plans and models over the lifespan their operations have had to reconsider their best-laid plans and adapt quickly to the changing times.

Financial forecasts that seemed realistic in 2019 may be less viable now, and business owners may be considering other options.

During this webinar, local experts will be providing information on staying in control after negative financial growth, and transitioning a business to accommodate these trying times.

Presenters during the webinar include Robyn White and Brenda Wood – Insolvency Trustees, who will speak on staying in control after negative financial growth.

Lawyer Tim Timpano, and accountant David Holme will discuss transitioning a business into another model or going in another direction.

The Ask an Expert webinar series is presented by the county of Simcoe, member municipalities, and partner organizations.

This webinar is scheduled to take place on Thursday, May 20, from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., and is geared toward entrepreneurs and business owners.

This is a free event but registration is required.

You can register by visiting askanexpert_businesstransition.eventbrite.ca.

By Brian Lockhart
Local Journalism Initiative Reporter


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