CFO Series Day 3 - Fine Tune Your Finances
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For Day 3 of the CFO Series, we will examine the belief that we have "squeezed every penny we can," and optimized performance, but have we? This event will review some overlooked tactics to increase profitability and improve cash management.
A Live Stream version of this event is available here.
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|4.00||Business Management & Organization|
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Robert A. Angell, MS, CPA
Robert is a Senior Lecturer at Brandeis University, President of Angell Ventures, and member of Launchpad Venture Group. An experienced CFO and COO with a public accounting background, Rob held senior executive positions at several high growth public and privately-owned companies. He started his career at Ernst & Young, leaving there as a Senior Manager. A graduate of Brown University, Rob earned his MS in accounting from NYU's Stern School of Business.Back to Instructors