The 3 Essentials to Rapid Recovery Planning

I recently invited Patty Lawrence to join me and discuss the essentials to small business continuity.

The first two steps: 1) identify your levers within your control, and 2) quantify your BAMs (bare minimums) needed to keep marketing and serving your customers.

Patty is a seasoned CFO with some powerful insights and tools for every small to mid sized business owner. Her clients typically see a 15% net profit increase.

Here’s a link to our 9 minute chat: https://lnkd.in/ebbWUDR

Patty will be joining us on April 8 from 9:30-10:30 am ET for a more detailed planning discussion.

If you are interested in joining us, please RSVP to callyn@energizegrowth.com.

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