Cash Flow Projections for Better Decision Making

Do you have a plan for your seasonality to maintain positive cash flow? How has your revenue from last year impacted your sales this year? Are you ready to diversify? Is it time to discontinue any of your experiences? Have you considered a second location or other distribution points?


These questions and more can be answered by creating financial projections for your business. Financial projections can help you see how your business is likely to perform in the future. This information can help you make decisions about things like hiring, marketing, expansion and even succession. Additionally, if you are looking for capital or investors, financial projections can be a valuable tool to show you have a clear plan for your business and that you are likely to be successful.


This Masterclass is the solution to learn a realistic approach to setting financial goals for your business! You will learn how to develop your 2024 sales forecast and cash flow projections. Join us so you can receive tools to navigate slow seasons, mitigate decreased expenses, maximize cash flow and diversify revenue streams.
Jennifer Dye, Associate Director
Washington State Small Business Development Center (SBDC)

Jennifer is an experienced and innovative leader in Business Management/Leadership. A previous small business owner herself, she is passionate about empowering others and nurturing the entrepreneurial spirit.


She excels at partnering with her clients to find solutions to the often complex challenges faced by today’s business owner. Her areas of expertise include operational process improvement, financial forecasting and building comprehensive marketing plans. She helps to incrementally grow clients’ profits by coaching them to authentically and efficiently service their customers and stakeholders.


A believer in life-long learning, she holds an MBA in Leadership from the University of Washington Leadership and an Executive Certificate in Digital Transformation and Business Analytics. She is the Associate State Director for the Washington Small Business Development Center (SBDC).

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