Kitchen Table Consultants presents Webinar Series

Presented in collaboration with Penn State Extension and AgConnect, Kitchen Table Consultants is hosting a webinar series with four different topics during the month of June. The webinar series will take place on the first four Mondays in June from 4:00-5:00pm. Please register at the links below for each individual webinar.

 

The first of four webinars takes place on June 1, 2015. The topic is Finding Cash in Your Business, Just by Using Your Balance Sheet. This webinar will help farm/business owners understand how to use a balance sheet to judge the health of the business as well as teach participants how to manage cash by developing a simple 13 week rolling cash flow spreadsheet in Excel. Register here.

 

On June 8, 2015 the next webinar will be presented: Setting up QuickBooks, How to Build Your Chart of Accounts to Tell You HOW to Make a Profit. This webinar will allow participants to understand where their businesses are making or not making money, clarify variable vs. fixed expenses and their impact on the business, and more. Register here.

 

June 15, 2015 is the third of four webinars in the series. This one is titled, Creating an On-Farm Events Program to Drive Sales and Traffic to Your Farm. In this interactive session, participants will learn what it takes to develop programming on the farm to drive traffic and sales, as well as avoiding common pitfalls when hosting events on the farm. Low cost ways to increase public engagement and create opportunities during slower hours and shoulder seasons will be discussed. Register here.

 

June 22, 2015 is the final webinar of the series, titled, Demystifying Social Media Marketing. Participants will learn best practices for social media sites like Facebook, Yelp and Instagram, and get some straightforward answers to social media mysteries like “how does the newsfeed work?” and “what does Facebook advertising really cost?”. Register here.

 

This program is presented in collaboration with Penn State Extension and is funded in part by a grant from AgConnect, an initiative of the Chester County Economic Development Council, through a grant from the PA Department of Community and Economic Development.

 

AgConnect is a network of farmers, business owners, and service providers connecting farmers to business resources, training, and financing to grow business and promoting smart agricultural economic development. AgConnect, a regional private-public partnership, serves Berks, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia Counties.

 

The Chester County Economic Development Council is a private, non-profit economic development organization promoting smart growth in Chester County and the surrounding region for over 50 years. The CCEDC provides proven financing solutions, cultivates workforce talent, leverages business partnerships, and fosters entrepreneurial collaboration. Together, with the support of the private and public sectors, CCEDC initiates, implements and innovates programs that improve the business community and enhance the quality of life in Chester County. For more information, visit our website, www.cceconomicdevelopment.com

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