Events and workshops from the Veale Institute for Entrepreneurship

The Veale Institute for Entrepreneurship regularly hosts events and workshops through both their Speaker Series and Skills Lab Series, designed to provide opportunities for students to engage in important discussion and learn valuable skills. They’ll be hosting two events in March:

The Other Viable Business Model

The Case Western Reserve University Entrepreneurship Speaker Series will host a roundtable discussion with Connie Hill-Johnson (CWR '80), owner and manager of Visiting Angels Senior Homecare on Monday, March 4.

Hill-Johnson has spent more than 20 years helping seniors remain independent and safe in their own home environment. As an adult caregiver, she is passionate about helping other adult caregivers manage the many challenges that come with the aging process. Her desire is to share her personal experience as an entrepreneur and how she has grown her business from its inception.

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Draft Your Business Financials

On Wednesday, March 6, The Veale Institute for Entrepreneurship Skills Lab Series will present a workshop on drafting your business financials with JumpStart Sr. Associate and Financial Analyst Phelan Spence.

In this workshop, Spence will guide you on how to create a comprehensive financial projection for your business, covering basic financial statements, accounting principles, sales forecasting, and expense budgets. By the end of this workshop, you will have a solid understanding of how to create financial projections for your business plan.

This workshop is designed for new business owners, entrepreneurs and those interested in understanding the importance of accurate financial projections. Don't miss out on this opportunity to learn from an expert in the field.

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