Neville Joffe – Increase Your Wealth With Business Acumen Skills

Thursday, October 25, 2018 – 11am Pacific, 2pm Eastern

How To Create ROI for you and your customers

Small business owners wishing to use their business to create personal wealth need to have a full understanding of the financial implications of their business decisions. It is therefore crucial to be able to anticipate the financial results of decisions before heading for potential disaster.

Sadly, a primary reason for unnecessary stress, lacklustre performance and even business failure is largely due to a lack of financial literacy and business acumen.

Would it surprise you to know that the average level of financial literacy and business acumen amongst non-financial entrepreneurs is less than 40%?

During this action-packed and fast-paced webinar, attendees will discover:

  • Why becoming financially literate is the foundation to your business success and
  • How to use simple accounting principles to make more profitable decisions for both you and your  customers
  • How to make decisions that create a sustainable growth-oriented business model
  • The steps to becoming a financially literate entrepreneur

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More about Neville:

Having been a business operator for more than 2 decades, Neville Joffe discovered the key factor that was required to drive sustainable profits and cash flow. He educates his 400 unionized employees to understand the financial implications of their decisions together with an appropriate incentive plan.
After turning his company around from near bankruptcy to a world class profitable producer, he cashed out and created an award winning program to teach business acumen and financial literacy to non-financial operators.
He is a motivating, passionate & compelling speaker that will open your mind to a refreshing way of thinking.