Please join MGI North America member-firm, RINA, for a webinar this Thursday, April 30, at 2:30 PM (PDT). Charles Sterck, Director of RINA’s Strategic Growth Advisors, will discuss the steps business leaders should be taking to ensure that their organization survives the COVID-19 crisis and the government response.
This discussion will not be an examination of the details of government programs or how to apply for aid. Instead, Charles will focus on internal management practices that will put businesses on solid ground under different possible COVID-19 scenarios.
Topics covered will include:
- Different economic recovery models based on the behavior of the COVID-19 pandemic and the potential impact on cash flow and business operations
- Proven leadership actions for the most successful impact on People, Process, and Product
- Communications during the crisis
- Reengineering sales and operations processes in response to COVID-19
- Real-life examples of company-changing entrepreneurial decisions
Charles has over 40 years of professional accounting and business development experience. He has used his tax, audit, and forensic expertise to help entrepreneurs grow their businesses through unique planning strategies and business development workshops. He is highly skilled at conducting needs analysis and designing effective, customized roundtable programs for business leaders and their teams.
The webinar is free, but advanced registration is required. Register now and you will receive an email with a link to join the webinar on Thursday.
Founded in 1946, RINA provides a full range of accounting and consulting services in four northern California locations and with over 80 experienced professionals to draw upon to meet the needs of their clients. RINA deeply understands the entrepreneurial spirit and has taken many start-up clients to the IPO stage. The Firm has extensive experience assisting clients to meet the compliance requirements of the various federal, state, and local taxing authorities through careful tax planning, regular communication, and active participation in the decision-making process to minimize the tax consequences of doing business.