Sequoyah Fund to offer seminar on Small Business Budgeting

by Apr 11, 2013Happenings0 comments

The Sequoyah Fund will be presenting “Budgeting for Small Businesses” on Thursday, May 9 from 6-9 p.m. The seminar is open to small business owners and managers.

“A budget is like a GPS system for your business. It helps you see where your money is supposed to go. It’s also the best way to know whether your business is performing well, and what adjustments and course corrections you need to make along the way,”  says Russ Seagle, Senior Loan Officer and Manager of Client Development at Sequoyah Fund. “This seminar will teach you how to forecast sales and expenses, and you will receive a template you can use right away to start building a budget that will guide your business along safe and profitable roads.”

Harry Ponder of Carolina Business Solutions in Weaverville will instruct the course. He is the former director of the Small Business Center at A-B Technical Community College in Asheville.

The seminar will be held in the Sequoyah Fund conference room in suite 500 of the Ginger Lynn Welch Complex. Seating is limited, and only those who reserve their seat ahead of time will be able to attend. To reserve a seat, call Kimberly Winchester 554-6719 or John Ross 359-5006 by noon on Wednesday, May 8. The cost of the seminar is $5, payable at the door.

– The Sequoyah Fund