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BASIC BUSINESS CONCEPTS:
Entrepreneurial finance management, performance, measurement, and use of debt leveraging
• Management of business
• Assets, liabilities, equity
• Financial statements
• Working capital – sources and importance
• Financial leverage
• Financial performance and measurements
• Debt management
• Baas’ Hierarchy of Business Funds Providers © 1996-2006 Roy Franc Baas
• Trade credit, personal guaranties, fees and charges

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT:
You are the Chief Financial Officer of your business!
• Bookkeeping, accounting, record-keeping
• Equity capital sources
• Crisis management and resolution
• Cash-flow insolvency
• Balance sheet insolvency
• Resolving financial distress
• U. S. bankruptcy laws
• Financial aspects of business planning
• For-Profit Business Structures – the pre-requisites for and flow of resources,
decisions, and actions in business enterprises
• Lender requirements

SEMINARS:

BAAS GUIDANCE MANUAL FOR BUSINESS FOCUS, RECOVERY, AND SURVIVAL:
Step-by-step business and financial guide for start-ups and re-starts after a disaster.
• Post Catastrophe Challenges
• Business Viability and Feasibility
• For-Profit Business & Industry Structures
• Viable Business Ventures
• 8 Focus Issues
• 12 Recovery Issues
• Priority Businesses for Recovery Areas
• Business Opportunities
• Business Assistance Programs following Katrina
• U. S. Small Business Administration Programs

DEVELOPING SOUND BUSINESS MODELS AND PLANS:
Converting business ideas to real businesses and creating and planning business opportunities.
• Conceiving, visualizing, and planning a business
• Developing a sound business model
• Determining financial feasibility and business viability
• Best practices in business finance and operations
• Selecting and managing business assets, liabilities, and equity
• Managing expenses and financial performance
• Long-term planning and exit strategies

PLANNING FOR PROSPERITY:
Planning, executing, financing, and managing business operations.
• Business Planning
• Start-ups and re-starts
• Baas Hierarchy of Business Funds Providers
• Business Funds Cycle
• Cash Flow
• Personal and business goals
• Selecting and using resources

21st CENTURY MANAGEMENT SKILLS FOR ENTREPRENEURS:
The practical skills required of entrepreneurs in the new millennium.
• Administrative aptitudes
• Self-management skills
• Cognitive & thinking skills
• Communications focus and skills
• Interpersonal & Leadership skills
• Motivational abilities and skills
• Organizational & Strategic skills