Conversations with my Accountant is a series of 3 modules.
An escalator for small business founders to take them from being unsure or baffled by their business finances to knowing exactly the support they can ask from their Accountant - to get real value from the dollars they spend with them.
The modules are:
- The Language we use (40 minutes). A foundation module of terms and rules that accountants like to talk about but that can leave you behind and make you feel lost and more reliant on their expertise. You'll be clearer and more confident about the the financial data you are looking at.
- Gaining Control. Reduce your dependence on book-keepers and accountants to do the transactional stuff. Access and understand the key data to make the best decisions for you and your business. Get REAL value from the dollars you spend with your accountant.
- Plan for Success. Techniques and models for making key decisions to build a scalable and sustainable business. Understand the role your accountant can play or maybe employ your first CFO, being confident that you'll pick a great candidate.
Hi, I’m Dean
I grew up working in the ‘Big End’ of town; planning and delivering projects that made big companies even bigger.
I spent many years travelling the globe, in different cultures and absorbing life-changing experiences as they presented themselves to me.
As time passed by I decided I wanted to be closer to the action; to help early-stage businesses to set themselves up for success, using my strategic accounting and project execution background.
I undertook to develop a range of educational and actionable resources and services to help you, the business founder become comfortable, confident and in-control of your business direction and its finances.
My business passion lies in the creative, maker and manufacturing spaces. I love the creativity and cleverness of this sector and love to see business owners get away from being overwhelmed by the money and ‘backroom’ aspects of their businesses and be able to re-focus and double-down on their creative endeavours.
Read my blog at www.deancraven.com