Tue, Apr 20 | Live webinar

COE- Understanding Financial Statements (Part 2/2): Ratio Analysis and Benchmarking

Bench-marking and financial ratio analysis are tools that help you assess how your business is doing, allowing you to make informed decisions to either get your company back on track or to maintain your current success.
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Apr 20, 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM
Live webinar

About the Event

Bench-marking and financial ratio analysis are tools that help you assess how your business is doing, allowing you to make informed decisions to either get your company back on track or to maintain your current success. This session is the second part of our Understanding Financial Statements series and focuses on the analysis of financial statements to extract the data that you need to set informed goals for your business's performance.

Presented by Jacob Jones, Gannon SBDC Business Consultant

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