Cash Flow: Maximizing Your Profitability
“Did we make money?” Never ask this question again. Understanding your cashflow is key to being able to manage multiple building projects. In this session, we will give you all the tools necessary to track your key metrics and the profitability of your company on a weekly basis. This tool will enable you to navigate 2018 and beyond with confidence and clear direction of where to focus your time and money.
Attendees will be given:
- A set process to track your numbers and predict how much profit you will make
- Clarity on your cash flow so you always have cash in the bank to take on new projects.
- A breakdown for a sales and production plan giving you clear direction on what you need to do week to week in your business to hit your profit goals.
Builders, renovators and trades, $1M – $5M in revenue.
Registration opens at 8:30 a.m.
9 am – noon – classroom time, with one 10 minute break.
Benji Carlson, Assessment Specialist, Breakthrough Academy
As the son of two proven entrepreneurs, Benji’s spirit for self-starting business runs deep. Since he was a young teen, Benji has been starting and running profitable small businesses; most recently culminating in a highly successful 4-year career as a franchisee with College Pro Painters. Benji’s enormous heart and passion for people is what drove him to produce over $1,000,000 in revenue while taking the highest quality care of his employees and customers. He was consistently acknowledged for having the most productive staff in the company, while leading more junior franchisees to fulfill their potential. Benji’s uncanny ability to find the right people and put them in the right place make him a natural fit for Breakthrough Academy’s Assessment Team.
Upon finishing up his career with College Pro, Benji set out on the ultimate victory lap: a nine-month transcontinental motorcycle trip from Canada to Peru.
Originally from Kelowna BC, Benji now lives in Vancouver alongside his friends and colleagues at BTA. During the summer Benji is usually found on two wheels: either bombing down a trail on his mountain bike or cruising the pavement on his motorcycle. When the snow falls, he escapes to the Okanagan where the mountains draw him and his snowboard.